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  1. Kazakh president laughs off 'Borat' controversy

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    LONDON --There's no such thing as bad publicity, the president of Kazakhstan joked on Tuesday as he welcomed the attention lavished on his country by the comedy film "Borat".Read more

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  2. Xbox 360 'attach rate' worries analysts

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    The attach rate for the Xbox 360 system stands at an impressive 5.2 games bought per console. But is this actually a healthy statistic? Analysts fear not.Read more

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  3. Warners digital unit names Colf general manager

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    Warner Bros. said Tuesday that it has named Vicky Colf vp and general manager of its recently formed Warner Bros. Advanced Digital Services and Technical Systems Development unit, marking the next organizational step following the formation of the studio unit.Read more

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  4. Tears, laughs mark service for Bradley

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    With the complicated melodies of the music he loved so much surrounding them, the family and friends of Ed Bradley said goodbye to the "60 Minutes" correspondent with a three-hour service Tuesday filled with life, love and laughs.Read more

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  5. ICG rejects Canadian film fight

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    A debate over whether to fund a fight against Canadian film subsidies as a means of stopping runaway production is rippling through Hollywood guilds, with cinematographers recently nixing such funding.Read more

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  6. MGM has 'Weeks' for Dec. release

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    MGM has acquired worldwide rights to Sally Field starrer "Two Weeks," the feature debut from writer-director Steve Stockman.  It has set a Dec. 1 release.Read more

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  7. TF1 reports revenue gain, profit drop

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    French broadcaster TF1 Group on Tuesday reported a profit of €172.3 million ($220.87 million) for the first nine months of the year. At the flagship TF1 network, advertising revenue grew thanks to strong performances by U.S. TV import "CSI."Read more

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  8. Churchill Downs sues TV Games Network

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    Churchill Downs Inc. is suing simulcasting partner the Television Games Network, saying it violated its contract by not finding an overseas venue for racing broadcasts until after the racetrack company signed on with a competitor.Read more

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  9. Metrodome obtains U.K. 'Water' rights

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    LONDON -- U.K. distribution company Metrodome said Tuesday that it has obtained all U.K. rights for "Water," the final installment of Deepa Mehta's trilogy about India.<br />Read more

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  10. Peas cooking with three AMA nods

    4:00 am 11/22/2006

    There was no monkeying around for the Black Eyed Peas: The hip-hop pop stars were the big winners Tuesday at the 2006 American Music Awards, taking three statuettes during the ceremony at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.Read more

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