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  1. Roast, agency tie-up in WMR pot

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    LONDON -- Content rights fund World Media Rights has appointed former Granada international entertainment and formats boss Kevin Roast to the post of director of content, and is planning a tie-up with a U.S. talent agency "very shortly," chairman Andrew Neil said Monday.Read more

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  2. Singapore scores at MIPTV

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    SINGAPORE -- Singapore's Media Development Authority said Monday that Singapore companies inked $128 million worth of co-production and distribution deals at MIPTV this year.<br />Read more

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  3. DVRs don't strike fear with movie marketers

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    DVRs fail to strike fear in the hearts of movie marketers -- who know audiences love a good trailer.Read more

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  4. Tale chaser: James G. Robinson

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    Morgan Creek's pioneering leader discusses his moviemaking philosophy and how he has found success in Hollywood by not being Hollywood.Read more

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  5. Begley is Magnolia's new pickup

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    Dori Begley has joined Magnolia Pictures in the newly created position of director of acquisitions.Read more

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  6. CanWest sells NZ unit for $283 mil

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    TORONTO -- Canadian broadcaster CanWest Global Communications Corp. on Monday said it has agreed to sell CanWest MediaWorks (NZ) Ltd., its 70%-owned radio and TV subsidiary in New Zealand, to Australian private equity players for CAN$314 million ($283 million).Read more

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  7. 'Deuce' stars are aces in return to Broadway

    5:00 am 5/8/2007

    There were high spirits, champagne and toasting at Sardi's after Angela Lansbury opened her first Broadway show in 25 years, ROBERT OSBORNE writes.Read more

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  8. Theater Reviews

    9:00 pm 5/7/2007

    This play about two retired female tennis players shooting the breeze while watching a U.S. Open match marks Angela Lansbury&#39;s first appearance on the Great White Way in nearly a quarter-century, but the playwright never gets the ball over the net.Read more

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  9. Music Reviews

    9:00 pm 5/7/2007

    Phil Spector may be on trial for murder in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom, but his &quot;Wall of Sound&quot; was alive and well Sunday night just blocks away at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.Read more

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  10. Music Reviews

    9:00 pm 5/7/2007

    Last year&#39;s &quot;American Idol&quot; winner drew an older crowd about 10 to 15 years his senior, filling only two-thirds of the Sunset Strip House of Blues. Mr. &quot;Soul Patrol&quot; was just too safe.Read more

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