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  1. 'No Country for Old Men'

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    From left, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem at the El Capitan premiere of the Coen brothers' film in Hollywood.Read more

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  2. Next Gen Class of '07

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    The Hollywood Reporter graduated the Next Gen Class of 2007 with a celebration at West Hollywood club Area. The coveted 35 spots went to this year's top movers and shakers, all age 35 and under, in the executive ranks of film, TV, representation, legal and new media.Read more

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  3. Foreign-language Oscar category rules questioned

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    Controversy surrounding the foreign-language Oscar race is raising questions about the category's rules.Read more

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  4. Hollywood targets Indian film market

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    When Sony Pictures' "Saawariya" premies in Mumbai, it will mark a turning point in Hollywood's arms-length relationship with Bollywood. That's because "Saawariya," an all-singing, all-dancing, all-talking spectacular, is the first Hindi-language movie ever to be financed by a major U.S. studio.Read more

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  5. Mumbai label gets YouTube restraining order

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    NEW DELHI -- One of India's biggest record and video labels, Mumbai-based Super Cassettes Industries Ltd., said Thursday that it has obtained an interim restraining order from the Delhi High Court against YouTube and Google.Read more

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  6. Five filmmakers hope to score first Oscar noms

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    A look at five professionals who appear quite likely to score their first Oscar nominations this year in a range of categories.Read more

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  7. Studios field impressive crop of prestige projects

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    The studios are hoping to dominate the year's Oscar race with an impressive crop of prestige projects -- including some riskier fare that borrows from the indie sensibility.Read more

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  8. Nets look for ways to rerun reruns

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    Reruns are getting a rethink. With the strike forcing networks to rely more heavily on reruns, a scheduling backwater is suddenly being transformed into high art.Read more

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  9. Reding: Divide, regulate monopolies

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    When were you first told that on-demand cinema and television would be the next big thing? It has been over a decade since it was promised in Europe, but few households today can confidently claim instant access to entertainment.Read more

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  10. Radio spectrum issues unite Euro broadcasters

    4:00 am 11/9/2007

    Broadcasters risk having their signals blocked by mobile phone operators if the European Commission's plans to sell radio spectrum are signed off on, a coalition of Europe's top broadcasters warned Thursday.Read more

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