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  1. Clock chimes 'Ten' for ITV news

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    ITV's nightly news show "News at Ten" is coming back after almost a decade's absence, anchored by "News at Ten" veteran anchor Trevor McDonald, left, who has spent more than 30 years with ITV news. (Getty Images photo)<br />Read more

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  2. Canal Plus close to deal for Kinowelt

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    French pay TV group Canal Plus expects to close a $103 million deal to buy German indie distributor/producer Kinowelt early next week. The deal would see Canal Plus take full control of Kinowelt.Read more

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  3. Moonves sees growth for CBS

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    CBS Corp. president and CEO Leslie Moonves signaled Thursday that serious labor talks could resume shortly and that the writers strike could be resolved in the "coming months." (Getty Images)Read more

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  4. Rodriguez released from jail after 18 days

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Former "Lost" star Michelle Rodriguez has found her way out of jail. Rodriguez was released from a Los Angeles County women's jail in Lynwood on Wednesday after serving 18 days of a 180-day sentence for violating probation in a drunken driving case, authorities said.Read more

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  5. Bell oversees VFX at Universal

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Jennifer Bell has been promoted to senior vp visual effects production at Universal.Read more

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  6. ProSieben's man behind curtain exits

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Lothar Lanz is stepping down as chief financial officer of one of Europe's largest broadcasting groups, ProSiebenSat.1, the company said Thursday.Read more

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  7. A pilot, only without the crew

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    This is pilot season, WGA strike-style.Read more

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  8. China Internet sites ink IPR pledge

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    Fifty Chinese Web sites have agreed to stop offering pirated movies online, signing an agreement initiated by the Movie Copyright Protection Association of China, local media reported Thursday.Read more

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  9. U.S. pics slip at Dutch boxoffice

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    AMSTERDAM -- The market share of U.S. films in the Netherlands fell 12% in 2007 if you label U.S.-funded films made in the U.K. as European productions, according to Dutch distribution trade body the Nederlandse Verenging van Filmdistributeurs (NVF).Read more

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  10. Canal Plus ready to invade Germany with Kinowelt buy

    4:00 am 1/11/2008

    French pay TV group Canal Plus expects to close a &#x20AC;70 million ($103 million) deal to buy German distributor-producer Kinowelt early next week.Read more

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