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The new Fox will keep 'The Simpsons' and the network's bold attitude

Meet the "new" Fox. Same as the old Fox.

Fox Entertainment Chief Executive Charlie Collier said Wednesday that the network left standing after Walt Disney Co. acquires the studio assets of parent company 21st Century Fox will still have the rebellious streak that has defined its programming over the years.

"I believe that this next era at Fox will add

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