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  1. Jimmy Fallon Encounters Lindsay Lohan After Hurricane Sandy Hits (Video)

    6:01 am 11/2/2012

    On Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," the NBC late-night host recalls his unexpected dinner with the "Liz & Dick" actress in New York.Read more

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  2. Time Warner to Donate $1 Million for Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

    5:58 am 11/2/2012

    Fellow entertainment conglomerates News Corp., Walt Disney and Viacom have also pledged financial and media support.Read more

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  3. Box Office Preview: 'Wreck-It Ralph' Aims For $45 Mil as East Coast Theaters Reopen

    2:57 pm 11/1/2012

    The majority of the 300 theaters closed because of superstorm Sandy are back on line, but some locations in Lower Manhattan, Long Island and New Jersey still being dark could impact "Wreck-It Ralph" and Denzel Washington's "Flight."Read more

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  4. Hurricane Sandy Leads NYC Mayor Bloomberg to Endorse Obama

    12:54 pm 11/1/2012

    He has criticized the president for not being more proactive about gun control following the "Dark Knight" shootings -- but feels Obama is the best bet to tackle the effects of climate change.Read more

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  5. Viacom, Walt Disney Donate $3 Million to Hurricane Sandy Relief

    10:52 am 11/1/2012

    UPDATED: The entertainment giants also launch programs to match employee donations, and Viacom starts an effort to assist staff affected by the storm's fallout.Read more

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  6. Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera to Perform at NBCUniversal 'Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together' Benefit

    5:19 am 11/1/2012

    UPDATED: HBO joins Friday telethon hosted by Matt Lauer, which will also include performances by Billy Joel, Sting and Jon Bon Jovi and appearances from Jon Stewart, Tina Fey and James Gandolfini.Read more

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  7. Broadway Back on Full Schedule as 'Sandy Specials' Proliferate

    4:04 pm 10/31/2012

    Tough-ticket hits like "The Book of Mormon" are sold out as always, but many shows are offering special post-hurricane deals to lure patrons while NYC transport remains patchy.Read more

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  8. Hurricane Sandy: Television Production Slowly Resumes

    12:49 pm 10/31/2012

    UPDATED: Many New York-based TV series reopened production offices, but permits for exterior shooting are still suspended.Read more

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  9. Analyst: Hurricane Could Cost Cablevision $40 Million

    8:14 am 10/31/2012

    Canaccord Genuity's Thomas Eagan says investors will look beyond the hurricane, but argues that the storm could delay a cable rate increase.Read more

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  10. Big Entertainment Stocks Open Virtually Unchanged After Hurricane Sandy Market Closures

    6:45 am 10/31/2012

    Netflix shares decline in early trading after the company corrected the content costs for its international services in a regulatory filing.Read more

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