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  1. Jason Reitman

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    The Oscar-nominated filmmaker talks about following his vision and having a famous last name.Read more

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  2. risky business

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    If this political season has proved anything, it's that it doesn't pay to be labeled a front-runner. Just ask also-ran Rudy Giuliani or the now-embattled Hillary Clinton.Read more

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  3. Asian cable boom: women on top

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    Asia's female audiences are looking increasingly glamorous to programmers with an eye on sexing up their channel packages — and bottom lines.Read more

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  4. TV's D-Day

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    A year from Sunday,Read more

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  5. Playdate for film toys

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    Toys based on Warner Bros.' "Speed Racer" and "The Dark Knight," Lucasfilm's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" and Marvel's "Hulk" are expected to be the biggest licensed entertainment hits at this year's Toy Fair, but the hottest toys of all might be those that unlock virtual worlds on the Web.Read more

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  6. Will the digital transition delete millions of viewers?

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    A year from Sunday, television for many Americans will cut to black. Analog signals will stop transmitting, older sets will become useless and millions of TV-watching households will simply disappear. At least that's the doomsday scenario confronting the TV industry.Read more

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  7. Shine, Reveille get together

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    LONDON -- Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine group became the latest U.K. independent producer to achieve "super indie" status Thursday as it closed its $200 million purchase of Reveille, the U.S. production shingle behind ABC hit "Ugly Betty."Read more

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  8. the vine

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    Vantage may crown 'Mary'Read more

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  9. Best pic noms miss at boxoffice

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    The restoration of the Oscars after months of uncertainty has delighted those who revel in the fashion and foibles of the annual glitzfest. But the actual nominees might evoke a lot less pleasure for those who count studio dollars.Read more

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  10. Strike hasn't killed upfronts

    4:00 am 2/15/2008

    UPDATED: CBS, ABC and the CW Thursday joined Fox in sticking to the traditional upfront presentations, leaving NBC as the only network planning to scrap the annual showcase.Read more

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