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Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2017 09:32:19 +1300
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Unfortuntely this probably would not see the return of the Fox fanfare 
opening to the Star Wars movies ...

   21st Century Fox Shares Soar on Report of Disney Sale Talks
   Shares in 21st Century Fox spiked in midday trading Monday
   following a market-rattling report from CNBC that the Murdochs
   have held talks in recent weeks to sell a large portion of
   their media conglomerate to Disney.

   CNBC's David Faber reported that the sale talks have centered
   around the 20th Century Fox movie and TV production operations,
   the FX Networks and National Geographic TV cable groups as well
   as Fox's enormous portfolio of international channels.

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