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CNBC's Eunice Yoon speaks to Disney CEO Bob Iger about the new Shanghai Disneyland park.
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Anthony DiClemente, Nomura media analyst, discusses Disney's move into the far east and the stock's high valuation.
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Not only do the vast majority of Americans binge-watch television, they also do it more frequently than you might think.
Rerun marathons and releasing old episodes on Netflix are extremely profitable for networks and showrunners.
British graffiti artist Bansky has painted a new mural - this time on the wall of a U.K. classroom. It shows a girl chasing a flaming tire.
Heiress Poman Lo has a life lesson for any young person weighing up whether to work in the family business: don't stop dreaming.
Hoping to capitalize on its massive gamer fanbase, the Warcraft movie debuts in U.S. and China cinemas this week. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports.
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