Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Three accusers came forward to accuse Kevin Clash, the voice behind "Sesame Street's" Elmo for almost three decades, of sexual abuse. Clash denied the charges but was moved to resign after multiple accusers came forward claiming he had abused them as minors. Clash won a dismissal based on the statute of limitations. The lawsuits were filed too late. In New York you have six years or three years after you turn 21.
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Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Three accusers came forward to accuse Kevin Clash, the voice behind "Sesame Street's" Elmo for almost three decades, of sexual abuse. Clash denied the charges but was moved to resign after multiple accusers came forward claiming he had abused them as minors. Clash won a dismissal based on the statute of limitations. The lawsuits were filed too late. In New York you have six years or three years after you turn 21. 24 Apr 2014, 9:12 AM PDT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

For a time, HBO swore it would never feed the streaming beast that threatens its very existence. Variety reports that all changed with the announcement that HBO cut a deal with Amazon to stream some of its biggest titles: The Sopranos,” “Six Feet Under,” “The Wire,” “Big Love,” “Deadwood,” “Eastbound & Down,” “Family Tree,” “Enlightened,” “Treme,” early seasons of “Boardwalk Empire” and “True Blood,” as well as miniseries like “Band of Brothers” and “John Adams.” 23 Apr 2014

Hollywood Execs Sued By Singer Accuser Deny Sex Abuse Allegations

Monday in Beverly Hills, 31 year-old Michael Egan added three Hollywood executives to his list of those he is suing along with "X-Men" director Bryan Singer. Egan claims all four men sexually abused him against his will as a teenager in 1999. THR reports that TV executive Garth Ancier, former Disney TV president David Neuman and Broadway producer Gary Goddard are denying the allegations. 22 Apr 2014

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

It is not a perfect comparison, but if you've seen Francis Ford Coppola's "Tucker the Man and His Dream," there are at least some similarities. Aereo is an upstart, a disruptor, a better idea that could devastate the very few multinational corporations that currently rule the television universe through the evil of bundled cable. 22 Apr 2014

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