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  1. Look who's talking next in '08

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    The fall 2008 syndication season kicked off in earnest Thursday with the news that Bonnie Hunt is officially headed to daytime in fall 2008.Read more

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  2. Stone, Parker give 'Kenny' life in U.S.

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Matt Stone and Trey Parker have joined with the team behind the Canadian series "Kenny vs. Spenny" to produce new episodes of the comedy-reality series for Comedy Central.Read more

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  3. The Reporter grows its global team

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Continuing to expand its worldwide network of correspondents, The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday unveiled a roster of new writers in Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Italy and Korea.Read more

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  4. 'Sensei' pic kick-started with Summit

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    In one of its first script deals since becoming a full-service studio, Summit Entertainment has picked up "Sensei," a comedy spec by David Caspe. JC Spink is producing via his Benderspink banner.Read more

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  5. A second look at Nielsen rule

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Nielsen Media Research said Thursday that it will consider whether to spike the new ratings rule that this week will allow NBC to add to its "Heroes" audience without reporting an hour in primetime.Read more

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  6. Unions resist 'Temptation'

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    About 100 members of the WGA West, AFTRA, SAG and Teamsters picketed FremantleMedia outside Tribune Studios in Hollywood on Thursday over the company's alleged refusal to negotiate with the guild for writers working on the game show "Temptation."Read more

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  7. Branson stands behind Virgin

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson said Thursday that he would not expect to sell his stake in cable giant Virgin Media in the event of a private-equity buyout, contending that he sees the new channel Virgin1 surpassing rival Sky One's ratings within "three to four years."Read more

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  8. The father of 'Big Brother' makes his exit at Endemol

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Reality specialist Peter Bazalgette is stepping down as Endemol's chief creative officer and will not be replaced.Read more

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  9. Sidney Lumet, filmmaker

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    Sidney Lumet, filmmakerRead more

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  10. the pulse

    5:00 am 9/28/2007

    One of primetime network television's many dirty little secrets is that, considering how hip and trendy single-camera comedies are supposed to be, almost nobody watches them. The two highest-rated comedies on TV? Those would be the ultra-square "Two and a Half Men" and "Rules of Engagement" on CBS, both of which incorporate the supposedly antiquated multiple cameras.Read more

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