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Lionsgate CEO Calls Starz Buildup His Highest Priority

Lionsgate has “no higher priority” than to build Starz, CEO Jon Feltheimer told investors at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Toronto — the first since the studio closed the $4.4 billion deal to buy the premium network company in December. And when it comes to the production businesses, Lionsgates execs “spend a lot of our time thinking about the challenges created by a fragme
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