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  1. news digest

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    CanWest makes an Alliance; Zell's Tribune officially goes private; NATAS takes on ATAS again; GoFish hooks Moloshok; RomaCinemaFest sets earlier date; Fox 'Dresses' up film promotionRead more

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  2. Holiday treasures for everyone

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    toplined musical "Sweeney Todd," Sony's music-bio spoof "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story," Warner Bros.' ladies-get-the- hankies romance "P.S. I Love You" and Universal's Tom Hanks-Julia Roberts starrer "Charlie Wilson's War," and things could get bloody crazy — or maybe just plain bloody given the cutthroat competition for screens and moviegoers.Read more

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  3. Incentives fuel Mass. production

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Boston is fast becoming Hollywood Northeast.Read more

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  4. Drawn to Galicia

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Span-		ish director Angel de la Cruz was stunned last year when the producer of his dark comedy "The Dead Go Quickly" pulled the plug on the project after five days of shooting. But De la Cruz pulled his resources together, set up his own shingle — Artmatica — and is going ahead with the film.Read more

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  5. think tank

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    If you're of a certain age and have lived inside the Beltway for a certain number of years, you have a Charlie Wilson story. Here's mine:Read more

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  6. No welcome mat for foreign equity

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Foreign equity players are feasting on Canadian media assets as the federal government in Ottawa weighs possible first-time U.S. control over the domestic airwaves.Read more

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  7. U.K. sets new high score

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Video and computer games sales in the U.K. are at an all-time high, smashing sales records and, last week, notching the biggest-ever single week of sales. Through the first 50 weeks of 2007, the number of units sold was up 16.6% and 25.3% by value.Read more

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  8. BSkyB eyes reversal of fortune

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    U.K. satcaster British Sky Broadcasting stands to lose as much as £190 million ($380 million) if a Competition Commission recommendation that it be forced to reduce its stake in ITV stands.Read more

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  9. Live Nation takes to turnstiles

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Live Nation, which already promotes concerts, owns venues, sells merchandise and has a recording artist division with Madonna, is getting into another area of the live entertainment business: ticketing.Read more

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  10. Stewart, Colbert coming back

    4:00 am 12/21/2007

    Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are the latest late-night hosts to announce that they are returning to the air.Read more

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