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  1. money digest

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Beck in five-year deal; Apax isn't in running for ITV; EA's studio pickups cleared ; Newspaper circulation slidesRead more

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  2. IAC 'starting again' with spinoff

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Shares of Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp jumped 7.5% on Monday after the company said it will separate into five publicly traded companies to boost an ailing stock price tied to the firm's conglomerate feel.Read more

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  3. For most part, the shows go on

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    There was little visible disruption of TV production on Day 1 of the writers strike, though the absence of writers surely was felt on the sets of the scripted shows. Film production proceeded without interruption.Read more

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  4. China tug-of-war over 'D-War'

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    There's a turf war brewing over Chinese rights to "D-War," Korea's summer smash hit about a dragon that eats Los Angeles, in a clear example of the difficulties of navigating state-controlled distribution.Read more

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  5. Beach more crowded than ever

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    The American Film Market has clocked an all-time attendance record this year, registering 8,343 attendees, a 1.6% increase from 2006, organizers said.Read more

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  6. Patriots-Colts run up the score

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Sunday afternoon's matchup of two undefeated teams, the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts, scored the highest ratings for a regular-season NFL game since at least 1987.Read more

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  7. Web cuts into Korea b.o.

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    The Korean film industry is in crisis, with losses from piracy equaling 40% of the industry's revenue, according to a report released Monday by the Samsung Economic Research Institute.Read more

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  8. New life for 'Queen'

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    The BBC is moving forward with the broadcast of controversial royal documentary "A Year With the Queen" under the new title "Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work," director of television Jana Bennett said Monday, adding that all profits from the series will be given to charities nominated by Buckingham Palace and the BBC.Read more

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  9. European, Asian firms lap U.S. rivals in broadband

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    The U.S. is lagging badly behind its European and Asian rivals when it comes to broadband, coming in 14th place in terms of speed and 21st in price, according to new statistics published Monday.Read more

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  10. the world digest

    4:00 am 11/6/2007

    Remstar eyes dist'n; Watanabe takes field; CBC's Chalmers outRead more

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