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  1. Broadcast views

    10:58 am 11/30/2009

    THR's TV guru weighs in on the small-screen Globes contendersRead more

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  2. Producer Barry Adelman's vision sets the Globes apart

    10:55 am 11/30/2009

    Producer Barry Adelman's vision sets the Globes apartRead more

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  3. Ottawa seeking input on retransmission fees

    10:54 am 11/30/2009

    Canadian TV viewers are not just deciding who wins or loses on popular local reality TV series such as "Battle of the Blades" and "So You Think You Can Dance Canada."Read more

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  4. Paramount to distribute 'Area 51'

    10:54 am 11/30/2009

    "Area 51" has been picked up for distribution in the U.S. by Paramount Pictures, which also distributed "Paranormal Activity," writer-director Oren Peli's mega-successful debut.Read more

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  5. WWE extends BSkyB broadcast deal

    10:35 am 11/30/2009

    World Wrestling Entertainment has extended a long-running exclusive U.K. distribution relationship with British Sky Broadcasting for another five years, the companies said Monday.Read more

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  6. Molly Parker joins 'Shattered'

    10:23 am 11/30/2009

    Molly Parker has joined the Canadian cop drama "Shattered" from E1 Entertainment and Force Four Films.Read more

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  7. Greg Silverman upped at Warner Bros.

    10:07 am 11/30/2009

    Greg Silverman has been named to the newly created position of executive vp creative development and production at Warner Bros. Pictures.Read more

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  8. Charter emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy

    9:37 am 11/30/2009

    Cable operator Charter Communications has completed its financial restructuring and emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.Read more

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  9. Actresses in the year's biggest films recall moments on set

    9:00 am 11/30/2009

    Actresses in the year's biggest films recall moments on setRead more

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  10. BMW is new sponsor of Berlin film festival

    8:31 am 11/30/2009

    BMW has signed on as a main sponsor of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival, replacing Volkswagen, who had pulled out after years of providing cars for the festival and its guests.Read more

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