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  1. French film and TV advertising fete opens

    4:51 pm 6/16/2008

    This week, more than 12,000 members of the ad industry will descend on the South of France in their yearly pilgrimage to honor the craft and celebrate the importance of advertising on TV and film.Read more

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  2. Fox joins animated 'Bob & Doug'

    4:48 pm 6/16/2008

    The Fox network has come on board the development of "The Animated Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie," a Canadian primetime cartoon for Canada's Global Television that reunites Second City TV alumni Rick Moranis and David Thomas.Read more

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  3. William Hurt to join 'Damages'

    4:19 pm 6/16/2008

    William Hurt is reuniting with his "The Big Chill" co-star Glenn Close for the second season of FX's "Damages."Read more

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  4. Q1 ad spending flat

    4:18 pm 6/16/2008

    A strong upfront marketplace notwithstanding, first-quarter ad spending wasn’t much to write home about.Read more

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  5. Panama sits out Yahoo-Google dance

    4:04 pm 6/16/2008

    Search media buyers are wary of Yahoo's newly announced partnership with Google. Many are wondering if the deal threatens future competition in the space and whether it spells the beginning of the end of Panama, Yahoo's proprietary search platform.Read more

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  6. Memorable moments from Playboy Jazz past

    4:02 pm 6/16/2008

    The peaks of Playboy's venerable jazz weekends at the Hollywood Bowl are not easy to isolate, what with 16 hours of music and a couple of dozen bands to listen to or sleep through each June for 30 years now.Read more

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  7. Hollywood's relationship with the beauty industry

    4:00 pm 6/16/2008

    Collaborations with makeup and headlines do sometimes make headlines, with products developed for specific projects making it all the way to the retail market.Read more

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  8. Commentary: Gay pride abounds, but indie gay films tank

    4:00 pm 6/16/2008

    Gay pride season seems to be extending well beyond its official month of June, writes GREGG GOLDSTEIN. So why are indie gay films doing worse than ever at the boxoffice and among critics?Read more

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  9. Q&A: Ginnifer Goodwin

    4:00 pm 6/16/2008

    Ginnifer Goodwin's studied turns in 2005's "Walk the Line" and HBO's "Big Love" have earned her WIF's MaxMara Face of the Future Award. Trisha Tucker for The Hollywood Reporter talked to the actress.Read more

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  10. Women in Film celebrates female achievements

    4:00 pm 6/16/2008

    Oscar was good to women this year. Of the 176 nominations for the 80th Annual Academy Awards, 43 (24%) went to women.Read more

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