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The new (digital) movie moguls

By Scott Kirsner
August 1, 2005

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Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner intend to change the way you see new movies, and they're not waiting for the Hollywood establishment to get on board. The two wealthy entrepreneurs -- they started streaming media pioneer Broadcast.com and sold it to Yahoo for $5.7 billion -- could be to the 21st century what the Warner Brothers were to the 20th. ... (Full article: 1045 words)

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