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  1. BBC Gives Pilot Order to Remake of US Gay Dad Comedy 'It Takes A Village'

    9:18 am 10/31/2012

    The show, adapted for the UK by writer/director Richard Hurst, is one of six scripts to vie for a BBC commission at this year's Salford Sitcom Showcase.Read more

  2. Angelina Jolie 'Blood and Honey' Lawsuit Heats Up as Lawyers Fight Over Private Information

    9:13 am 10/31/2012

    Forensic analysis of Jolie's e-mail, obeying the protocols of the Hague Convention, and figuring out protective orders are a few issues being discussed in an author's copyright lawsuit.Read more

  3. Brad Pitt Donates $100K to Human Rights Campaign

    8:56 am 10/31/2012

    The actor-humanitarian's donation will benefit the organization's marriage equality efforts.Read more

  4. U.K.'s ITV Commissions Diving Show With Olympic Diver Tom Daley

    8:51 am 10/31/2012

    The commercial broadcaster aims to bring "Splash!" to British screens with Daley on board to feature in the celebrity reality show.Read more

  5. Bryan Ferry Signs Worldwide Partnership Deal with BMG Chrysalis U.K.

    8:32 am 10/31/2012

    The singer and Roxy Music star will release his next three albums and publish the majority of his 40 year song catalog through the deal.Read more

  6. Study: Global Online TV, Video Revenues to Hit $28.72 Billion in 2017

    8:14 am 10/31/2012

    A Digital TV Research report indicates the US will remain the number one revenue earner, ahead of China and Japan in 2017.Read more

  7. Analyst: Hurricane Could Cost Cablevision $40 Million

    8:14 am 10/31/2012

    Canaccord Genuity's Thomas Eagan says investors will look beyond the hurricane, but argues that the storm could delay a cable rate increase.Read more

  8. Big Entertainment Stocks Open Virtually Unchanged After Hurricane Sandy Market Closures

    6:45 am 10/31/2012

    Netflix shares decline in early trading after the company corrected the content costs for its international services in a regulatory filing.Read more

  9. Hurricane Sandy: Entertainment Companies Reopen New York Offices

    6:12 am 10/31/2012

    UPDATED: The offices of News Corp.'s corporate staff remain closed on Wednesday, but Katie Couric and others returned to work as the city's airports reopened.Read more

  10. Government Subsidies: Canada's Advantage in Transmedia Franchise Development

    5:59 am 10/31/2012

    Media guru Jeff Gomez says Canadians are number one when it comes to supporting indie producers telling stories across a range of digital platforms. Read more

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