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  1. Easy Access

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    Blockbuster Inc. might have a new hit on its hands, some on Wall Street believe.Read more

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  2. French connection

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    A 13th century Cistercian abbey may seem an unlikely place for a filmmaking fellowship, but this monastic setting last month welcomed a quartet of U.S. writers looking to hone their French-set screenplays.Read more

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  3. think tank

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    It's election day. The one day when Washington's importance recedes into the background. Everything that's worth paying attention to isn't happening here. It's all happening Out There, beyond the Beltway.Read more

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  4. money digest

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    VNU addition; RealNets profit; Activision falls; Citadel lowerRead more

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  5. Euro directors join battle for copyright levy

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Lars von Trier, Pedro Almodovar and other film directors on Monday appealed to the European Commission to maintain the copyright levy imposed on consumer electronics.Read more

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  6. News Corp., Softbank prep MySpace Japan

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    A deal to set up a Japanese version of the hugely popular MySpace social-networking Internet site is close to being signed, a source familiar with the situation confirmed Monday.Read more

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  7. Italy has eye on Mediaset move

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    Italy's competition watchdog said Monday that it will likely open an investigation into any Mediaset bid for German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 should the company move forward on that front.Read more

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  8. Romania's 'Bell' tolls for new era

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    A media revolution is under way in a state-of-the art TV studio housed in a gloomy old Communist-era building in the Romanian capital.Read more

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  9. Big presence for S. Korean sales outfits

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    South Korean sales companies are at the American Film Market with a bigger slate of pictures than ever before as the nation's movie industry is slated to produce more than 100 movies this year, the most since 1991.Read more

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  10. 'Vampire' remake has life

    4:00 am 11/7/2006

    South Korean starlet Jun Ji-hyun will star in "Blood Vampire," the live-action English-language remake of the hit Japanese animated film, a spokesperson for Seoul-based talent representative iHQ said Monday at the American Film Market.Read more

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