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  1. Euro TV a test tube for b.o. laughs, cash

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    From Belgium to Berlin and Paris to Rome, European comedians are breaking the small-screen/big-screen barrier and turning television fame into boxoffice gold.Read more

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  2. Cable Guy hooked up to 'Protection'

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    Dan Whitney, aka Larry the Cable Guy, is entering "Witless Protection," a comedy Charles Carner is directing from his own screenplay.Read more

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  3. Sector stocks given bullish outlook

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    With the first quarter coming to a close, Wall Street analysts appear bullish on various sector stocks, GEORG SZALAI writes.Read more

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  4. H.K. not the only action in town

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    He's played the lead role in just two movies so far in his young career, but Panom Yeerum — or Tony Jaa, as international audiences know him — has quickly become Thailand's biggest movie star and may be one of the world's biggest martial arts stars of his day. While it would be premature to group Jaa in the same category as his idols Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Li, at the rate he is going, some believe he could someday earn a place alongside these greats.Read more

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  5. Report: Web TV won't challenge b'cast for some time

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    TORONTO -- Don't bet the farm on Internet downloading just yet. Squeezing revenue from Web TV is proving far more difficult than initially forecast, which should keep network TV king of the content universe for some time to come, Convergence Consulting Group Ltd. predicted Monday.Read more

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  6. FTA could widen Korean window

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    SEOUL -- South Korea's media markets can be expected to open even further thanks to the Free Trade Agreement reached Monday between South Korea and the U.S., with the television sector, intellectual property rules and the Internet all in for a shake-up.Read more

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  7. Google among suitors for DoubleClick

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    A bidding war has emerged for DoubleClick, the online advertising firm purchased for $1.1 billion two years ago and taken private, according to reports Monday.Read more

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  8. It's splitsville for Comcast and Insight

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    Cable operators Comcast Corp. and Insight Communications Co. have agreed to divide cable systems they have owned in a joint venture, with Comcast winning control of markets with more than 680,000 basic-cable subscribers and operating cash flow of about $290 million.Read more

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  9. Thai films get in on the action

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    He has played the lead role in just two movies in his young career, but Panom Yeerum -- or Tony Jaa, as international audiences know him -- has quickly become Thailand's biggest movie star and may be one of the world's biggest martial arts stars of his day.Read more

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  10. European TV comedians translate at boxoffice

    5:00 am 4/3/2007

    Call it the "Borat" effect. From Belgium to Berlin and Paris to Rome, European comedians are breaking the small-screen/big-screen barrier and turning television fame into boxoffice gold.Read more

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