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  1. Canceled shows hit 'Blind' spot abroad

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    ABC's "Blind Justice" found an audience outside the U.S. But when the cop drama was canceled, its international fans were left orphaned. It makes buyers at the Los Angeles Screenings that much more cautious, STEVE BRENNAN writes.Read more

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  2. Playing favorites

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    The prolific composer discusses a handful of his most memorable scores.Read more

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  3. Wild about Harry

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    While Gregson-Williams has had a lifelong passion for music, the former choirboy admits he didn't always know what to do with it. He reflects on his illustrious career as a film composer.Read more

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  4. Tribeca Film Festival video coverage

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Reports from this year's Big Apple eventRead more

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  5. games reporter

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    With the E3 Media Summit reduced to a fraction of its size (32 exhibitors and 3,500 media attendees, compared with 400 exhibs and 60,000-plus attendees in 2006) and relocated to a hangar in Santa Monica in July from the cavernous Los Angeles Convention Center in May, IDG World Expo is creating the first consumer video game expo: Entertainment for All (or E for All), set for Oct. 18-21 at the Convention Center.Read more

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  6. MPA targeting camcorders

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Just in time for the world premiere of "Spider-Man 3," which opened Tuesday in 18 territories, the MPA has launched a two-month campaign against illegal camcording in movie theaters across Asia.Read more

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  7. Gottberg, Bacon join TDLA

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Jeffrey Bacon and Michael Gottberg have joined the marketing agency the Designory, where they will launch its new Los Angeles operation called TDLA, Designory CEO Paul Hosea said.Read more

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  8. Fox has a clean sweep with 'Idol'

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Fox won last week's primetime in viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic on the strength of three hours of "American Idol," according to Nielsen Media Research ratings data for the week ending Sunday.Read more

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  9. A first-choice sideman on scores of U.S. bandstands

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Herman Riley, a tenor saxophonist who was one of the ablest and enduring sidemen in jazz and who made only one record as a leader but recorded or played with the likes of Count Basie, Jimmy Smith, Gerald Wilson, Shelly Manne, Benny Carter, Bobby Bryant, Joe Williams, Donald Byrd, Gene Ammons, Blue Mitchell, Quincy Jones, Kenny Burrell, Snooky Young, the Capp-Pierce Juggernaut and Etta James, has died. He was 73.Read more

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  10. A warning: Don't bulk up on PPV

    5:00 am 5/2/2007

    Boxing has always had a hard-core base of fans that could be counted on to support the sport. But in recent years, as boxing has increasingly gone to pay-per-view, it has seen many casual fans leave.Read more

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