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  1. Korea's iHQ finds 'Love' in co-prod'n pact

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    BUSAN, South Korea -- Korean entertainment company iHQ is head-over-heels for "Let's Fall in Love," a 6 million yuan ($800,000) co-production with companies in China and Hong Kong.Read more

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  2. Ofcom opens BSkyB consultation on DTT plans

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    LONDON -- British media regulator Ofcom on Thursday said it was opening a consultation into whether satcaster British Sky Broadcasting should be allowed to launch a pay-based digital terrestrial television service.Read more

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  3. Regulators support breakup of Euro telecoms

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    BRUSSELS -- The controversial plans to break up Europe's telecom and cable monopolies were backed Thursday by the European Regulators Group, which gathers all 27 EU national regulators.Read more

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  4. THR video

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    The latest from the red carpets, celebrity interviews, festival coverage and original features updated daily.Read more

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  5. Canada's Global TV cuts jobs with superstations

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    TORONTO -- Canadian free-to-air network Global Television on Thursday said it will cut about 200 jobs by creating four "broadcast centers" to serve local TV stations countrywide.Read more

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  6. Spears' visit with kids to be monitored

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    A court commissioner has put the legal clamps on Britney Spears in a child custody dispute with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, noting she was not been in "substantial compliance" with a previous court order.Read more

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  7. 'Super-indie' gains funds for TV content

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    LONDON -- Netherlands-based TV production outfit D&D Media has teamed with British-based counterpart Amaze TV to form an expansion-hungry "super-indie" backed by £185 million ($377 million) in private-equity financing.Read more

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  8. Debate continues over Italian TV reform plan

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    ROME -- Debate on Italy's controversial television sector reform plan restarted Thursday, a day after the European Union threatened to fine the Italian government as much as €400,000 ($564,000) per day for having obsolete rules on its books.Read more

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  9. Hong Kong accepting film funding submissions

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    HONG KONG -- Film submissions for the sixth Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) are now being accepted, the Hong Kong International Film Festival said Thursday.<br />Read more

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  10. Canada's Bravo! digs deep for FX's 'Dirt'

    5:00 am 10/5/2007

    TORONTO — Bravo!, Canada’s cable arts channel, said Thursday that it has dug deep for “Dirt,” the FX drama about tabloid journalism that stars Courteney Cox.<br />Read more

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