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  1. True Beauty -- TV Review

    3:39 pm 1/6/2009

    This show feels very much like a reality show parody until you come to the stunning realization that everybody is -- against all reason -- serious.Read more

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  2. 'Gates' golden for Alive Mind

    3:27 pm 1/6/2009

    Alive Mind has acquired the rights to "The Gates," Antonio Ferrera and Albert Maysles' documentary about the colorful art that graced New York's Central Park in 2006.Read more

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  3. WGAE taps Albers, Fontana for Jablow nod

    2:23 pm 1/6/2009

    Former WGA East leaders Chris Albers and Tom Fontana have been chosen to receive the Richard B. Jablow Award for devoted service to the guild.Read more

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  4. TV Review: 13 -- Fear Is Real

    2:00 pm 1/6/2009

    Beware! Beware! BEWARE! Prepare to run like the wind from any show that lists among its credits something called a "supervising scare producer," not to mention two run-of-the-mill scare producers.Read more

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  5. Aerosmith heading back to the studio

    1:45 pm 1/6/2009

    Aerosmith is ready to return to work on its next studio album, according to a Web post Monday from drummer Joey Kramer.Read more

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  6. Moonves hopeful for auto ads

    1:06 pm 1/6/2009

    Leslie Moonves hasn't lost his bullishness transitioning into 2009.Read more

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  7. Sanjay Gupta offered Surgeon General post

    1:03 pm 1/6/2009

    CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta will likely be nominated the nation's new Surgeon General in the Obama administration.Read more

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  8. Prosecutors fight Polanski over rape charge

    12:55 pm 1/6/2009

    Fugitive director Roman Polanski received a message from prosecutors in a sexually explicit court motion Tuesday that all is not forgiven and they will fight dismissal of a three-decade-old conviction for raping a 13-year-old.Read more

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  9. Apple goes DRM-free, starts variable pricing

    10:57 am 1/6/2009

    Apple is cutting the price of some songs in its market-leading iTunes online music store to 69 cents and plans to begin selling all tracks without copy protection.Read more

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  10. Martin Bandier hails million-selling 'Hallelujah'

    10:36 am 1/6/2009

    Sony/ATV Music Publishing chairman and CEO Martin Bandier has spoken of the longevity and current success of "Hallelujah," which is No. 1 in the U.K. singles chart.Read more

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