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    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Lionsgate is the indie that all other indies want to emulate, ELIZABETH GUIDER writes. How did they do it?Read more

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  2. IFC ready to 'Rock' lineup with music, more 'Kids'

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    IFC is expanding its original programming lineup with "Z Rock," ordering 10 episodes of the semiscripted comedy loosely based on the lives of members of a real rock band.Read more

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    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Whenever I have lunch with someone from a non-MPA company, the same comment almost inevitably gets made, unsolicited by me and often apropos of nothing in particular.Read more

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  4. Microsoft unveils original Web content

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Microsoft sent a direct message to the ad buying community on Thursday--everyone's software company is a hit-making digital media leader.Read more

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  5. Michael Barrett exits Fox Interactive Media

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Michael Barrett, who had served as Fox Interactive Media's chief revenue officer since 2006, is leaving the company, which has announced a major sales reorganization and the formation of a FIM-branded ad network.Read more

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  6. 'Magical Thinking'

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Cate Blanchett, right, with husband Andrew Upton, at "The Year of Magical Thinking" play premiere in Sydney.Read more

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  7. Around the World: NBC's 'infront,' 'Fitna' controversy

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Not sure if they'd agree it's the "dream schedule" NBC co-chairman Ben Silverman, pictured, tabbed it, but advertisers seemed to like the Peacock's "infront" presentation Wednesday, praising the stripped-down effort.Read more

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  8. Porn can't be the only thing that makes money on the Web

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    There is occasionally a great TV comedy moment that sneaks through someplace other than on Comedy Central, RAY RICHMOND writes. But the reality is that these days, most great comedy is delivered via the Internet thanks to YouTube and its cousins.Read more

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  9. Lionsgate roars in format war

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Blu-ray's win in the high-def DVD format war is proving a boon for Lionsgate, which SMH Capital analyst David Miller says clears a whopping $21 for new titles like "War," pictured.Read more

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  10. Actress Ramsey opted for method approach

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    When Franco-Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch was looking for the lead in Oriental dance romance "Whatever Lola Wants," he auditioned about 300 dancers, plus Laura Ramsey, pictured, an actress with no previous dance experience. Guess who, CHARLES MASTERS writes, landed the job?Read more

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