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Jill Disis

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Jill:

'The Office' is leaving Netflix in 2021

Netflix is losing "The Office" in 2021. It's a sign of how intense the streaming wars have become. → Read More

'The Office' is leaving Netflix in 2021

Netflix is losing "The Office" in 2021. It's a sign of how intense the streaming wars have become. → Read More

HBO chief Richard Plepler leaves network

HBO chief Richard Plepler announced Thursday that he is leaving the company after nearly 28 years. → Read More

New York mayor says Amazon headquarters debacle was 'an abuse of corporate power'

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is still upset that Amazon isn't coming to New York. → Read More

New York Attorney General is investigating MoviePass parent company

The New York Attorney General's Office is investigating the parent company of MoviePass, a source familiar with the probe confirmed to CNN Business. → Read More

Amazon could be coming to a movie theater near you

Amazon has already tried to reinvent brick-and-mortar grocery stores and book sellers. Is the movie theater next? → Read More

MoviePass will limit customers to three movies per month

MoviePass, the struggling movie subscription service, will limit customers to three movies per month. → Read More

MoviePass is raising its price and cutting access to blockbusters

(CNN) -- The service, which lets subscribers see a movie a day in the theater, is raising the price of its standard plan from $10 to $14.95 per month. The change will take effect in the next 30 days. → Read More

CBS board to discuss sexual harassment claims against CEO

The CBS board of directors will discuss allegations of sexual harassment against CEO Les Moonves at a meeting on Monday. → Read More

MoviePass boosts its stock with a reverse split

One day after the parent company of MoviePass announced a drastic effort to boost its stock price from 8 cents to $21, the price of the stock immediately tanked by more than 35%. → Read More

MoviePass company shareholders vote to boost stock from 10¢ to as much as $25

In imminent danger of falling off the Nasdaq stock exchange, MoviePass' parent company approved a plan to boost its stock price by as much as 250-fold. → Read More

Comcast Bids $65 Billion for Most of 21st Century Fox

Comcast is going all-in to win 21st Century Fox, formalizing a $65 billion all-cash bid for most of Fox. It's a dramatic attempt to thwart Disney, which reached a $52.4 billion deal in December for the same film and TV assets. → Read More

'Solo: A Star Wars Story' sinks 65% in second weekend

Han Solo is still not a box office force. → Read More

Disney CEO Bob Iger: It was the 'right thing' to cancel 'Roseanne'

Disney CEO Bob Iger has made his position clear: Canceling the hit ABC series Roseanne was the right thing. → Read More

ESPN picks Sage Steele, Kevin Negandhi for 'SportsCenter'

ESPN has unveiled its new 6 p.m. "SportsCenter" lineup, announcing Friday that longtime ESPN personalities Sage Steele and Kevin Negandhi will host the flagship program → Read More

Amazon is raising the price of Prime to $119

Amazon is raising the price of Amazon Prime from $99 to $119 per year. → Read More

Disney's ESPN+ service launches April 12

Disney will launch ESPN+, its new sports-focused streaming service, on April 12. → Read More

Spotify is about to go public. Will investors sing along?

Spotify's public offering could be music to investors ears. → Read More

Pizza Hut replaces Papa John's as the NFL's official sponsor

Pizza Hut will replace Papa John's as the official pizza of the NFL. → Read More

Papa John's is ending its NFL sponsorship

Papa John's, which last year blamed slumping sales on the NFL's handling of player protests, is ending its sponsorship of the league. → Read More