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  1. U.K.'s Pinewood Shepperton Upgrades TV Studios to Attract More Small-Screen Projects

    4:00 am 9/14/2012

    Best known for its work on the "James Bond" franchise, the studio facilities operator looks to continue to draw TV productions after a multi-million pound renovation.Read more

  2. Local TV Stations in Line for Record Haul from Elections (Report)

    4:55 pm 9/13/2012

    A new report by Moody’s says the tight presidential race and the entry of corporations and Super PACs will push political ad spending up by at least 25 percent this year compared to 2010 Read more

  3. Film Colorist Steve Scott Joins Technicolor

    4:24 pm 9/13/2012

    The award-winning colorist of such films as "The Help" and "Julie & Julia" departs Efilm.Read more

  4. Industry Non-profit Counters Hollywood Portrayal of Drugs and Alcohol With Benefit

    4:11 pm 9/13/2012

    Primary Purposes Productions will hold a Beverly Hills fundraiser Sept. 28 and screen three short films aimed at using story telling to help those recovering from addiction. Read more

  5. Fox International Channels CEO Hernan Lopez Confident to Exceed Growth Targets

    4:09 pm 9/13/2012

    The News Corp. unit's operating profit is expected to at least hit $1 billion in fiscal year 2015.Read more

  6. 'Innocence of Muslims' Shot on Hollywood-Built Set

    3:53 pm 9/13/2012

    UPDATED: Hollywood production worker talking to FBI as authorities probe L.A. location.Read more

  7. MPAA Launches Consumer-Facing Website

    3:23 pm 9/13/2012

    Trade organization creates TheCredits.org, showing industry's behind-the-scenes work and promoting products. Read more

  8. Frank Sinatra Beats Hot Dog Truck Over Rights to 'Franks Anatra'

    1:44 pm 9/13/2012

    The Trademark Office says consumers are likely to think the term refers to the famous singer.Read more

  9. NYC Sugar Soda Ban Threatens Movie Theater Revenue

    1:05 pm 9/13/2012

    With a proposal to bar the sale of sugary sodas in more than 16 oz increments now officially law, movie house profits could suffer.Read more

  10. Sumner Redstone Donates $18 Million to Boston University School of Law

    11:50 am 9/13/2012

    The CBS Corp. and Viacom executive chairman talks about his $130 million in charitable gifts, his health, involvement in his companies' affairs and his second book. Read more

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