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Peter Bart: Media Consolidation Leaves Room For Billionaires Club Members Like Ted Field

The stepped-up pace of corporate consolidation will inevitably cost jobs and hurt careers, but it may also provide an opening for one sector of Hollywood: the growing band of billionaire investors. The mega-rich newcomers stand ready to provide funding for innovative projects that may scare off risk-averse multinationals — and, if they're smart and lucky, they may win at that game.
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