Listen to (and share) episode 49 of our audio podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman. Deadline’s financial editor and host David Bloom talk about winners and losers in the CBS-Time Warner Cable deal to end the month-long blackout; the “venture capital” fund pulled together by Irving Azoff and Jim Dolan to try to grab the next big thing in entertainment; whether Real-D’s share-price problems mean 3D is in trouble; and what Hollywood legacy can Microsoft claim now that Steve Ballmer is stepping down as CEO.

Deadline Big Media, Episode 49 (MP3 format)
Deadline Big Media, Episode 49 (MP4a format)

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