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  1. Ferrell going 'Semi-Pro' at New Line

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    Will Ferrell is lacing up his high-tops for "Semi-Pro," a basketball comedy from New Line Cinema.Read more

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  2. B'band drives big year for Japanese cable biz

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    TOKYO -- Profits at Japan's cable television operators have hit record highs thanks largely to increased earnings from broadband Internet access via TV cable.<br />Read more

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  3. 'Trace' evidence

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    The real-life FBI finds an ally in Jerry Bruckheimer and his facsimile of a missing persons unit.Read more

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  4. Cop rock

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    Show-music man Peter Manning Robinson composes without a net.Read more

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  5. Outside the jurisdiction

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    Programmers across the globe have no problem tracking down 'Without a Trace' fans.Read more

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  6. Dialogue: Hank Steinberg

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    The executive producer didn't expect to get pulled into the missing persons racket, but he couldn't resist 'Without a Trace's' siren call.Read more

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  7. China looks to make AFM splash

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    BEIJING -- The American Film Market 2006 will play host to the largest delegation of Chinese film executives ever to set foot in Los Angeles, a diverse group of state-affiliated and private sector filmmakers hoping to build international awareness of China's film industry.<br />Read more

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  8. Sony's profit plunges 94% in quarter

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    The true scale of the fiasco involving Sony's flammable computer batteries became clear Thursday when the corporation's management said that the electronics giant's second-quarter profit shrank 94%.Read more

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  9. Hendrix songs sold, disputed

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    A private bidder paid $15 million for the rights to hit songs by rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix at an auction on Thursday, but a company owned by the musician's family said it will sue to prove it owns the songs.Read more

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  10. Strike looms over U.S. prod'n in Canada

    5:00 am 10/27/2006

    A strike threat looms over U.S. film and TV shoots in Canada after domestic actors on Thursday said they could take to picket lines to fend off North American producers' demands for steep pay cuts.Read more

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