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  1. Virtual stock exchange expanding

    7:00 pm 1/13/2010

    But within the next 90 days or so -- assuming final regulatory signoffs go as anticipated -- the Hollywood Stock Exchange plans to launch a second, real-money exchange capitalized in the "tens of millions of dollars," said Andy Wing, CEO of Los Angeles-based Cantor Entertainment.Read more

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  2. Duo lands roles in Ben Stiller's 'Station'

    7:00 pm 1/13/2010

    Carla Gallo and Jose Zuniga have landed co-starring roles on "The Station," Ben Stiller's comedy pilot for Fox, on which Jordan Peele has been promoted to regular.Read more

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  3. Going on faith

    4:52 pm 1/13/2010

    Denzel Washington and his wife walk the red carpet at the Chinese Theatre premiere of his latest movie, "The Book of Eli."Read more

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  4. Out of sight

    4:50 pm 1/13/2010

    Mila Kunis at Monday's Los Angeles premiere of the Hughes brothers' "The Book of Eli."Read more

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  5. Primetime party

    4:47 pm 1/13/2010

    J.J. Abrams and Fox's Peter Rice at the Television Critics Assn.'s winter press tour.Read more

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  6. Getting 'Glee'-ful

    4:38 pm 1/13/2010

    Ryan Murphy, left, with Fox's Dana Walden and Kevin Reilly at Saturday's InStyle/Fox reception for the Golden Globe-nominated show.Read more

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  7. China gearing up for H'wood expansion

    3:47 pm 1/13/2010

    Commentary: The next two years are likely to see a significant expansion of connections between China and Hollywood, and don't be surprised if it culminates with a Chinese company buying a U.S. studio.Read more

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  8. MPAA ratings: Jan. 13, 2010

    3:44 pm 1/13/2010

    MPAA ratings: Jan. 13, 2010Read more

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  9. Judges mock policy on broadcast indecency

    3:39 pm 1/13/2010

    A federal appeals court seemed poised Wednesday to toss out a government policy that can lead to broadcasters being fined for allowing even a single curse word on live television, with three judges hearing arguments sometimes mocking the government's position.Read more

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  10. Spanish government cracks down on piracy<br />

    3:32 pm 1/13/2010

    More than two years after Spain's largest broadcaster Telecinco filed a lawsuit against YouTube over piracy concerns, the Spanish media industry is finally getting some government help in combating pirates who are stealing an estimated 5 billion euros ($7 billion) annually.Read more

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