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  1. ABC News keeps 'Spirit' up

    3:53 pm 11/18/2008

    ABC News is trying to look on the bright side in these troubled times, launching a series called "Spirit of America" that will air weekly during "World News With Charles Gibson."Read more

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  2. Ad sales down for TV sports

    3:25 pm 11/18/2008

    Once thought to be the sole recession-proof property on television, big-ticket sports are showing signs of vulnerability in the fourth quarter.Read more

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  3. Michelle Williams opens up about new work

    3:24 pm 11/18/2008

    SAG PREVIEW: Nearly halfway through a self-imposed year off work, Michelle Williams is eager to talk about her turn in 'Wendy and Lucy.'Read more

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  4. WNET to build Lincoln Center location

    3:08 pm 11/18/2008

    Public TV station WNET is building a glass-walled production studio on the campus of Lincoln Center that will open next spring.Read more

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  5. Q&A: Anthony Zuiker

    3:04 pm 11/18/2008

    The co-creator/executive producer of "CSI: NY" is smiling -- he's managed to corral millions of American viewers into watching autopsies.Read more

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  6. Autodesk wraps Softimage buy

    3:01 pm 11/18/2008

    Autodesk has completed its purchase of 3-D computer graphics software developer Softimage from Avid Technology for $35 million.Read more

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  7. Commentary: Downturn exposes cracks in Dish

    3:00 pm 11/18/2008

    Subscriber declines and the imminent expiration of an AT&T co-marketing deal make times tough for the satellite provider, writes GEORG SZALAI.Read more

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  8. Case files: A look at 'CSI: NY' milestones

    2:56 pm 11/18/2008

    Case files: A look at 'CSI: NY' milestonesRead more

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  9. THR Intelligence

    2:42 pm 11/18/2008

    The world's largest source of entertainment intelligence.Read more

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  10. 'CSI: NY' turns 100

    2:00 pm 11/18/2008

    VIDEO: The police drama found its voice by embracing its inner Big Apple -- and turning a few more lights on.Read more

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