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  1. 'Alexander's' bad day good for Col

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    <a day="" bad="" very="" good="" no="" horrible="" terrible="" the="" and="" alexander="" href="http://">"Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day"</a> is heading for the big screen.Read more

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  2. letters

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Why would Fox do it?Read more

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  3. CW orders 'Tree,' 'Mars'; E! gets 'Girls'

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    The CW has ordered additional episodes of "Veronica Mars," left, and drama series "One Tree Hill." E! Entertainment Television has greenlighted a third season of unscripted series "The Girls Next Door."Read more

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  4. OSU-Michigan big for ABC

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Saturday's Michigan-Ohio State thriller drew the largest audience for a regular-season college football game since 1993, ABC said Sunday.Read more

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  5. DP Gary Graver dies at 68; worked for Welles, Corman

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Gary Graver, a cinematographer who worked with Orson Welles in the final years of the late director's life and fought for decades to see Welles' final film finished and released, has died.Read more

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  6. Cronenberg's 'Eastern' adds 2

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Armin Mueller-Stahl and Sinead Cusack will co-star opposite Viggo Mortensen and Naomi Watts in David Cronenberg's crime drama "Eastern Promises."Read more

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  7. tv reporter

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Call them the Sunshine Boys, or the Golden Girls. FThe Big Four networks are enjoying a slight bounce in viewership for the season-to-date, even at a time when the talk of the industry is about new-media platforms that didn't exist three years ago. Collective viewership of ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox has climbed 2%, or about 1 million viewers on average, compared with the same period last season. (Who knows how much higher it might be if streaming viewing and downloads from iTunes and other sources were factored in to the seasonlong average stats. Free access to full-length episodes via the Web has changed this columnist's TV-watching life, for the better.)Read more

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  8. Fox News Channel preps right-leaning satire

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Fox News Channel might air two episodes of a "Daily Show"-like program with a decidedly nonliberal bent on Saturday nights in late January, with the possibility that it could become a weekly show for the channel.Read more

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  9. Zune looks to be 'relevant No. 2'

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Microsoft Corp. unveiled its Zune digital music player last week, hoping to grab market share from Apple and its dominant iPod. Microsoft is positioning Zune as a "social" device, emphasizing that its users can share songs from one Zune to another. Responsible for the Zune project is Microsoft general manager of global marketing for entertainment Chris Stephenson, a former executive at MTV, House of Blues and other music entities. He recently spoke with The Hollywood Reporter West Coast business editor Paul Bond.Read more

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  10. money digest

    4:00 am 11/20/2006

    Vivendi mulls NBC Uni sale; TV ads drive Belo in Oct.; Japan's Fuji TV up, Asahi downRead more

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