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  1. Microsoft unveils original Web content

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Microsoft sent a direct message to the ad buying community on Thursday--everyone's software company is a hit-making digital media leader.Read more

  2. 'Magical Thinking'

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Cate Blanchett, right, with husband Andrew Upton, at "The Year of Magical Thinking" play premiere in Sydney.Read more

  3. Around the World: NBC's 'infront,' 'Fitna' controversy

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Not sure if they'd agree it's the "dream schedule" NBC co-chairman Ben Silverman, pictured, tabbed it, but advertisers seemed to like the Peacock's "infront" presentation Wednesday, praising the stripped-down effort.Read more

  4. Actress Ramsey opted for method approach

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    When Franco-Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch was looking for the lead in Oriental dance romance "Whatever Lola Wants," he auditioned about 300 dancers, plus Laura Ramsey, pictured, an actress with no previous dance experience. Guess who, CHARLES MASTERS writes, landed the job?Read more

  5. 'Made in China' label comes to Hollywood

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    American moviemakers are now starting to work in China making movies that can be released there and elsewhere, an enormous and at this point largely untapped market for Hollywood, MARTIN GROVE writes. A prime example is "The Forbidden Kingdom," directed by by Rob Minkoff, pictured.Read more

  6. Lady of the dance

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    When Franco-Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch was looking for the lead in Oriental dance romance "Whatever Lola Wants," he auditioned about 300 dancers, plus Laura Ramsey, an actress with no previous dance experience. Ramsey landed the job.Read more

  7. CW refreshes makeovers

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    The CW wants to give makeover reality shows a makeover.Read more

  8. Gough, Millar hang up capes

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    "Smallville" creators and executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar are leaving the veteran drama after seven seasons.Read more

  9. Warners shrinks DVD, VOD window in the U.K. market

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    Warner Bros. in the U.K. has dramatically shifted the window between DVD and video on demand, announcing Thursday that several of its movies will be aired on VOD platforms at more or less the same time as on DVD.Read more

  10. Pinewood posts '07 slide

    5:00 am 4/4/2008

    U.K. studio facilities group Pinewood Shepperton pointed to production delays, the weak dollar and the U.S. writers strike as it posted a slump in operating profits Thursday to £8.1 million ($16 million) for the 12 months through December 2007, down from £9.1 million the previous year.Read more

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