1,000 Farmworkers View Chavez Film, Dedicated To Them

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Michael Peña plays Cesar Chavez in the film about the activist. Courtesy of Lionsgate hide caption

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In 'Cesar Chavez,' A Reluctant Hero Fights For 'La Causa'

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Sony Pictures To Lay Off Interactive Group

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'12 Years A Slave' Wins Oscar's Best Picture

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Cheryl Boone Isaacs is the first black president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and only the third female president. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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New Academy President Pushes For More Diverse Voting Members

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Alice Herz-Sommer, Pianist And Holocaust Survivor, Dies At 110

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Recording Academy President and CEO Neil Portnow, host LL Cool J and Executive Vice President of Specials, Music and Live Events at CBS Entertainment Jack Sussman pose at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Jan. 23, a few days before the 2014 Grammy Awards. Kevin Winter/WireImage hide caption

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How The Organization Behind The Grammys Spends The Other 364 Days

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DirecTV: Customers Balked At Weather Channel's Reality Shows

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Ian Dodd (center), co-founder of the Los Angeles chapter of Sunday Assembly, sings with other attendees. Chapters of the godless church, founded by British comedians Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans, have been spreading since launching in London in January 2013. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Sunday Assembly: A Church For The Godless Picks Up Steam

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Fielder Offers Absurd Marketing Advice On Comedy Central

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Black Nativity is an adaptation of Langston Hughes' play of the same name. Courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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How 'Black Nativity' Made Its Way To The Big Screen

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Drummer Chico Hamilton, West Coast Jazz Pioneer, Dies

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Edgar Quintero of the band Los Bukanas de Culiacan likens what he does in the narcocorrido genre to gangster rap. Shaul Schwarz/Cinedigm hide caption

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AK-47s, Accordions And Angels Of Death: Narcocorridos Hit The Big Screen

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Sean "Diddy" Combs speaks to reporters about his new network, Revolt, at the Television Critics Association press tour in July. Revolt is one of several new Comcast-distributed networks driven by and targeted at minority audiences. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Comcast Deal Puts New Minority-Run Channels In Play

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Canada Takes Cable A La Carte, But Don't Expect U.S. To Follow

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