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  1. UMG's Zune deal is a 'win-win'

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Universal Music Group and its artists will get a portion of the sales of Microsoft's upcoming Zune device under an agreement set to be announced today.Read more

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  2. Grouper debuts classic moments

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Viral video Web site Grouper is tossing in morsels of classic film and TV moments from the Sony Pictures library in an effort to turn surfers into buyers.Read more

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  3. DirecTV rolls out new Internet service

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Satellite provider DirecTV aims to help its 15.5 million customers cut through the programming clutter with a new Internet service allowing them greater personalization of their TV viewing habits.Read more

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  4. Blanchett, Upton take control of theater company

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Cate Blanchett and writer-husband Andrew Upton will take the reins of Australia's de facto national theater company, the Sydney Theatre Company, as joint artistic directors in 2008, the STC said in a brief announcement that has shocked and delighted the local arts community.Read more

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  5. NTL to rebrand as Virgin Media

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    LONDON -- British cable operator NTL:Telewest said Wednesday it will rebrand itself Virgin Media next year, as it announced heavy customer defections and widened losses for the three months ended Sept. 30.Read more

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  6. Sub gains narrow Cablevision loss

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Cablevision Systems on Wednesday reported a narrowed third-quarter loss on continued advanced services customer gains and the 10th consecutive quarter of basic-subscriber growth.Read more

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  7. 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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  8. Sirius Q3 adds to positive sat radio news

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Sirius Satellite Radio on Wednesday served up a third-quarter loss smaller than what analysts anticipated, the second time this week investors were treated to good news from the pay radio sector.Read more

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  9. CBS contract goes up for WGA vote

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    Less than a week after characterizing the latest CBS contract offer to WGA newswriters as disappointing, the guild has sent the proposal to membership for review and vote.Read more

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  10. money digest

    4:00 am 11/9/2006

    TW debt sale; Napster improves; Euro Dis lossRead more

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