Fox Archives: Behind-the-scenes photography from ‘Avatar,’ ‘Moulin Rouge!,’ ‘Moon Over Miami’ and more

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I love behind-the-scenes photography. The Fox Archives has gorgeous portraits, scene stills and Fox lot photography, but the photographs that depict what happens off camera are my personal favorite. Since I started working at Fox, just a hair over eight years ago, I started a little folder of my favorite photographs, showcasing the work that…

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‘The Simpsons’ will mark its 600th episode on Sunday, Oct. 16, with Halloween and virtual reality

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Halloween, virtual reality and a milestone: On Sunday, Oct. 16, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on FOX, “The Simpsons” will give audiences a special viewing experience. Television’s longest-running comedy series and longest-running scripted show in history will air the all-new “Treehouse of Horror XXVII,” its annual Halloween episode, which will double as the show’s 600th episode.…

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This week in 21CF news: FX’s ‘Legion’ at New York Comic Con, Skip Bayless lifts FS1 viewership, ‘Lethal Weapon’ gets full season

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This week’s recap of news about 21CF and its businesses features FX Networks’ upcoming “X-Men” series “Legion” appearing at New York Comic Con, Skip Bayless boosting FOX Sports 1’s viewership, “Lethal Weapon” getting a full-season order from FOX, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” nearing an international box office milestone, a look at FOX News’…

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21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch honored at Ghetto Film School’s first annual Fall Benefit

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At Ghetto Film School’s first annual Fall Benefit in Los Angeles on Thursday, Oct. 6, 21st Century Fox CEO and GFS board member James Murdoch was honored for his involvement in the nonprofit, which gives young, aspiring storytellers in historically underrepresented communities an immersive film education and hands-on industry experience. 21CF, founding sponsor of GFS’s…

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FOX News Channel launched 20 years ago: A brief history of FOX News, from newsreel team to cable’s No. 1 news network

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    June 5, 1989, BEIJING – Around the world, the image of a man staring down tanks in China’s Tiananmen Square became etched in our collective memory. The live CNN broadcast was a journalism milestone. Like any competitive newsman, Rupert Murdoch marveled at the accomplishment but must have been rankled by his rival’s success…

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21CF Chats: ‘New Girl’ exec producers Dave Finkel and Brett Baer on making the crossover episodes with ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

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On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the worlds of FOX’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (8 p.m. ET/PT) and “New Girl” (8:30 p.m. ET/PT) will collide in a special back-to-back crossover-episode event. Viewers will get to see the endearing characters from both of these sitcoms share the same screen for an hour of programming, but what they won’t see is…

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This week in 21CF news: ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ opens big, FOX News’ big ratings, ‘Archer’ end announced

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The first week of October was marked by a big opening for “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” ratings victories for FOX News, Leonardo DiCaprio joining President Barack Obama for South by South Lawn (SXSL), the renewal of FX Networks’ “American Horror Story” and the announcement of the end for FX’s hit animated series “Archer.”…

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10 key quotes from the FOX NFL Town Hall at Advertising Week 2016: How fans view ads, advertising in a two-screen world and more

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Today’s NFL landscape is vastly different than it was a decade ago, and that has many implications for the attention and engagement of the football league’s viewers. On Wednesday, FOX play-by-play announcer Joe Buck moderated an in-depth conversation about that topic at an Advertising Week 2016 Town Hall session. The panel included Fox Networks Group…

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‘The Birth of a Nation’ screened for Ghetto Film School students, Nate Parker participates in Q&A about his journey, the movie

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On Monday, “The Birth of a Nation” (distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures and in theaters Friday, Oct. 7) was shown in the Crosby Street Hotel screening room in New York for an audience of students who are part of the nonprofit Ghetto Film School, which 21st Century Fox has supported by helping to provide an…

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