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  1. CSA nods to 'Brokeback,' 'Crashers'

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    "Brokeback Mountain," "Wedding Crashers" and "Junebug" were all recognized for outstanding achievement in casting at the Casting Society of America's 22nd annual Artios Awards, which took place Wednesday at the Beverly Hilton.Read more

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  2. Canada to block tax-free income trusts

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    TORONTO -- The Canadian entertainment sector was blindsided Wednesday with news that the federal government will stop Canadian corporations, including phone giants and broadcasters, from continuing to avoid corporate taxes by turning themselves into income trusts.Read more

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  3. De Niro, 50 Cent look into 'New Orleans' trip

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    Robert De Niro, left, and 50 Cent are in final negotiations to co-star in "New Orleans," a thriller about police corruption to be directed by Tim Hunter.Read more

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  4. De Niro, 50 Cent look into 'New Orleans' trip

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    Robert De Niro and 50 Cent are in final negotiations to co-star in "New Orleans," a thriller about police corruption to be directed by Tim Hunter.Read more

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  5. Immelt bearish on analog biz

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    The peacock has peaked, according to General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt, who offered a dim view of its broadcast business in a meeting Wednesday .Read more

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  6. Kohan, Mutchnick are buddies at CBS

    4:00 am 11/2/2006

    Call it "David & Max" -- "Will & Grace" creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick are teaming with CBS for their next comedy project, which is loosely based on their friendship.Read more

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  7. L.A. sunshine, darkness 40 years down the line

    9:00 pm 11/1/2006

    Representing the light and the dark sides of L.A. rock, a pair of historic bands are marking 40th anniversary celebrations: The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson plays what will likely be the last live L.A. performance of "Pet Sounds," while the remaining members of the Doors are appearing on the Sunset Strip to promote a new box set.Read more

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  8. Google acquires startup that makes wiki tools

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    Google Inc., expanding its efforts at providing software that helps users create and post their own materials on the Internet, has acquired a California startup that develops online collaboration tools known as wikis.Read more

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  9. 'Madagascar' boosts DWA profit

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    DreamWorks Animation reported an unexpected quarterly net profit Tuesday, driven by DVD sales of "Madagascar." The quarter's net profit was $10.5 million compared with last year's Q3 loss of $656,000.Read more

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  10. CBS TV names top sales execs

    4:00 am 11/1/2006

    The recently formed CBS Television Distribution Group has found its top salesmen on the domestic side. Joe DiSalvo has been named president of sales, while Scott Koondel has been appointed executive vp off-network, cable and digital media at the division.Read more

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