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  1. Support from across the pond

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    The Writers Guild of Great Britain is linking arms across the pond with WGA members by pledging support for the ongoing strike action stateside.Read more

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  2. NAB confab to be a bit less Avid

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    Avid Technology will not exhibit at the 2008 National Association of Broadcasters Convention, opting instead to spend that week in Las Vegas meeting with customers.Read more

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  3. Hey dog: Dillon checks in for DW

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    "Entourage" star Kevin Dillon has joined a different pack.Read more

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  4. news digest

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    Allen makes the cut for editors' award; VIP duo guilty of tax evasion ; Cartoon shows land plush deal; 'Smart' tops TV-DVD nods; Stanley heads showbiz at L.A. law firm; Local focus for NBC stations groupRead more

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  5. Vegas roulette for NATPE, CES

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    Look out, NATPE: CES is coming for you.Read more

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  6. Stars fall in line for WGA

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    In Los Angeles, it was "bring your star to the picket line" day. Outside several entrances to Universal Studios, familiar faces from TV and film walked the eight-block picket line with the WGA writers.Read more

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  7. Cartoon shows land plush deal

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    Cartoon Network Enterprises, the network's global branding and merchandising arm, announced its first foray into the amusement park distribution channel with a multi-brand deal with KellyToy USA.Read more

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  8. Worst time for strike? 'Nonsense,' report says

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    A leading Madison Avenue researcher said in a report released Tuesday that there won't be permanent damage to television viewing habits from the ongoing writers' strike. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  9. Allen makes the cut for editors' award

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    Dede Allen will be the recipient of the The Motion Picture Editors Guild's Fellowship and Service Award.Read more

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  10. Musicians urge Senate to grant radio fees

    4:00 am 11/14/2007

    The fight over whether radio broadcasters should pay a royalty to musicians and record companies took the Senate Judiciary Committee's center stage Tuesday as Grammy-winning musician Lyle Lovett and Chicago-based singer Alice Peacock argued passionately for the payments.Read more

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