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  1. Latin America is the show

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    As Mexico's exhibition sector hits its saturation point, the leading international circuits could be forced into a head-to-head struggle for growth opportunities in the rest of Latin America.Read more

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  2. Nets plan Ford coverage

    4:00 am 12/28/2006

    When the news broke late Tuesday that former President Gerald Ford had died at age 93, the broadcast and cable news networks were handed a task of how to remember a president who was never elected and only served a little more than two years in office, 30 years ago.Read more

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  3. Uncertainty follows prospect of DirecTV move to Liberty

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    The prospect of News Corp. giving its share of DirecTV to John Malone's Liberty Media had shares of DirecTV running up for several weeks, in anticipation of the event that was finally announced Friday. Now analysts are decidedly split on the prospects of DirecTV stock, PAUL BOND writes.Read more

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  4. For many in the biz, it's business as usual

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    Hollywood may be unofficially closed between Christmas and New Year's, but for folks in New York like Focus Features' James Schamus, it's as busy as always, GREGG GOLDSTEIN writes.Read more

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  5. Golfers take care of business

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    Game is a real asset for execs, but there are rules to follow.Read more

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  6. 'Fore' a good cause

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    Celebs hit the links for charityRead more

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  7. money digest

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    Amazon flooded with orders; Investors bet on Netflix bumpRead more

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  8. Street eyes on increasing Liberty

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    It was a busy year for John Malone's Liberty Media and one in which the executive team led by new CEO Greg Maffei made strides toward becoming a real operating company and one that combines content and distribution muscle.Read more

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  9. India fest has wrinkles to iron out

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    The almost four-decade-old International Film Festival of India is in apparent disarray despite a recent rebirth and an attempt to establish a permanent home in the western coastal resort state of Goa.Read more

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  10. Big year at Soviet cinemas

    4:00 am 12/27/2006

    Boxoffice revenue in Russia, Ukraine and other former Soviet states grew 30.4% in 2006 to reach $455 million, according to industry magazine Russian Film Business Today.Read more

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