Hollywood Docket: FCC pushes Comcast/NBCU deadline; more Bergstein; Daddy Yankee vs. UMG

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Hollywood Docket: FCC pushes Comcast/NBCU deadline; more Bergstein; Daddy Yankee vs. UMG

Thu May 06, 2010 @ 10:03AM PST
  • The FCC has pushed back the deadline to file comments on Comcast's proposed merger with NBCU to June 21 for petitions to deny. [THR]
  • Aramid Entertainment and its Cayman Islands affiliate have joined the decidedly nonexclusive club of film investors suing David Bergstein. [Read the complaint]
  • Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee has filed a $10 million copyright infringement lawsuit against Universal Music for selling his albums after the parties' license agreement expired in January. [Billboard]
  • Jailed rap star Lil' Wayne is facing multiple lawsuits over the hit song "Lollipop." [FindLaw
  • Supreme Court upholds freedom of speech in obscenity-filled ruling. [The Onion] 
  • OK, this one's no joke: A comedian has won a lawsuit that claimed jokes about her "racist" in-laws were not defamatory, but rather opinions protected by free speech. [AP]

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