21CF and FX Networks bring ‘The Americans’ to D.C. to celebrate show’s final season

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On Tuesday, 21CF’s Public Affairs office teamed up with FX Networks to celebrate the final season of “The Americans” in Washington, D.C. The day kicked off with a panel discussion on Capitol Hill, co-hosted by the nonprofit CreativeFuture and the bipartisan Congressional Creative Rights Caucus (CRC). With welcome remarks from CRC co-chair Rep. Doug Collins

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This week in 21CF news: ‘Isle of Dogs’ wins SXSW award, ‘Deadpool’ gets China premiere, ‘9-1-1’ has strong season finale

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes Fox Searchlight’s “Isle of Dogs” (now playing in theaters) winning the SXSW Audience Award and getting a release date in China, “Deadpool 2” scoring well in test screenings, FOX’s “9-1-1” having a strong first season premiere and more. Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of

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Nat Geo announces winner of ‘CHASING GENIUS: Unlimited Innovation’ challenge

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21st Century Fox’s National Geographic and Sprint have announced neurological physical therapist Asha Gummadi as the winner of the “CHASING GENIUS: Unlimited Innovation” challenge. Asha, who is based in Philadelphia, will receive $25,000 to pursue her vision of helping doctors to provide virtual physical therapy in developing countries. This is National Geographic’s second CHASING GENIUS

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Fox Archives: Athletes visiting the Fox Studio lot

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The Fox Studio has a longstanding tradition of hosting notable guests, including some distinguished athletes. The Company History collection is small sub-collection within the Fox Archives – these images represent a portion of the Company History photograph collection that is dedicated to events and lot visitors. Enjoy some photos from this collection below: The Fox

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National Geographic magazine unveils ‘The Race Issue,’ marks start of series exploring race and diversity in America

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National Geographic magazine’s special April 2018 issue will be dedicated to the topic of race and how it defines, separates and unites us. “The Race Issue,” announced today and available in its entirety online now, hits newsstands March 27. It will kick off National Geographic’s “Diversity in America” series for the rest of 2018, which

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This week in 21CF news: Fox Television Group’s Gary Newman at INTV, ‘Family Guy’ uninterrupted, marketing ‘Love, Simon’

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Gary Newman at INTV, “Family Guy” airing without ad breaks this Sunday, a look at the marketing for “Love, Simon” (now playing in theaters) and more. Fox’s Gary Newman on potential ’24’ comeback; renewal possibilities for

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21CF Public Affairs hosts LGBT Congressional Staff Association for D.C. screening of ‘Love, Simon’

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On March 7, 21st Century Fox Public Affairs hosted an advance screening of 20th Century Fox’s “Love, Simon” (in theaters March 16) for policymakers, staff and media in Washington, D.C. In his introductory remarks, Robert Edmonson, Chief of Staff to Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and recently elected President of the LGBT Congressional Staff Association, noted

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This week in 21CF news: Oscars, FX’s ‘Atlanta Robbin’ Season’ with a huge premiere, Fox Networks Group’s ad goals

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes the Oscars, “Atlanta Robbin’ Season” with a strong return, Fox Networks Group’s ambitions to reduce TV ad time and more. Oscars: ‘Shape of Water’ is top-grossing Best Picture winner in five years (The Hollywood Reporter) FX’s ‘Atlanta Robbin’ Season’ bow earns strong

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