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  1. NBC converges Web, daytime TV with 'iVillage'

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    NBC Universal has finalized its plans for the upcoming daytime show "iVillage Live," which the company describes as "daytime's first interactive on-air, online and in-studio experience."<br />Read more

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  2. MPAA creates rights dept., taps Saunders

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    The MPAA announced Monday the creation of a department dedicated to rights management and copyright royalty policy, and appointed organization veteran Jane Saunders senior vp in charge of the operation.Read more

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  3. WB Cinemas pulls out of China

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    It's curtains for entertainment giant Time Warner's cinema operations in China after tighter rules from Beijing pushed Warner Bros. International Cinemas to say Wednesday that it will withdraw its investment there after only four years.Read more

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  4. Digest: TW plans sale

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Time Warner Inc. on Wednesday launched $5 billion in debt in a four-part sale, said joint lead manager Barclays Capital.Read more

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  5. Eminem to ICM; focus on acting

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    ICM has signed rapper-actor-producer Eminem along with his Paramount-based production company, Interscope/Shady/Aftermath Films.Read more

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  6. Chase getting Innovative

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Chevy Chase has signed with Innovative Artists. He had been at ICM for close to 10 years.Read more

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  7. 'Stupid,' 'IT,' 'Kath &amp; Kim' on NBC roster

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    NBC is close to handing out cast-contingent pilot orders to three comedies from NBC Universal TV Studio based on international formats: "I'm With Stupid," "The IT Crowd" and "Kath &amp; Kim."Read more

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  8. News Corp. TV up, film down

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    News Corp. on Wednesday boosted its bottom line in its fiscal first quarter as stronger TV results were partially offset by weaker financials in its film unit, which had tough comparisons with a record year-ago quarter.<br /><br />Read more

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  9. News Corp. TV up, film down

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    News Corp. on Wednesday boosted its bottom line in its fiscal first quarter as stronger TV results were partially offset by weaker financials in its film unit, which had tough comparisons with a record year-ago quarter dominated by "Ice Age," left.Read more

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  10. Napster loss narrows in fiscal 2Q

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Napster Inc. said Wednesday its fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed from a year ago, beating Wall Street estimates, as the online music service saw a boost in revenue.Read more

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