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  1. EuroNews to broadcast in Ukrainian

    7:27 am 6/13/2008

    EuroNews plans to begin broadcasting in the Ukrainian language, the channel's president Philippe Cayla said Friday on Russian FM radio station Ekho Moskvy.Read more

  2. 'Housewives,' 'Adams' triumph at Monte Carlo

    6:29 am 6/13/2008

    "The Tudors' " Jonathan Rhys Meyers won best actor at the Monte Carlo TV Festival, which also named "Desperate Housewives" top drama.Read more

  3. Peet in survival mode for Emmerich's '2012'

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    Amanda Peet has landed the female lead in Roland Emmerich's epic disaster project "2012."Read more

  4. Threesome satisfies 'Woman' casting needs

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    Josh Meyers, Krysten Ritter and Ian Somerhalder are about to learn "How to Make Love to a Woman" — with a little help from porn star Jenna Jameson.Read more

  5. The soccer ball mesmerizes all

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    The European Soccer Championships — Euro 2008 — is a ratings juggernaut in Europe, with games regularly capturing 50%-plus market shares for broadcasters in participating countries.Read more

  6. Uni hopes this 'Hulk' has strong legs

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    north of $40 million and "Happening" could happen upon $25 million or so. Such performances would help shape a Father's Day weekend capable of besting the $141 million in industry grosses rung up during the comparable frame a year ago, when "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" bowed with $58.1 million amid light competition.Read more

  7. Big worries for small screen

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    Two of the biggest victims of the WGA strike — the Television Critics Assn. press tour and the Beverly Hilton hotel — might be among the first to face a fallout from a potential SAG strike.Read more

  8. Movies in race to beat the strike clock

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    As the clock ticks ever closer to the June 30 end of SAG's contract, the industry is nervously contemplating the possibility of yet another strike — even as it admits that, at least in terms of film production, a de facto strike already exists.Read more

  9. Sicilian connection

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    Once known best for its stunning setting and storied history, the 54-year-old Taormina Film Festival has recently begun to emerge as both a starting point for summer blockbusters and a touchstone for Mediterranean cinema.Read more

  10. New blood invigorated B'way

    5:00 am 6/13/2008

    "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times" on Broadway. Uh, wait. That's when a musical version of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" opens at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in September.Read more

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