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  1. Deals pouring in as Banff winds down

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    BANFF, Alberta -- Dealmaking at the Banff World Television Festival kicked into gear Tuesday as Canadian producer Breakthrough Films & Television inked deals on an expanded drama slate.Read more

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  2. 'Beowulf' misses Venice festival bow

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    ROME -- "Beowulf" will not be doing battle in Venice as previously announced. Warner Bros. Italia director Paolo Ferrari said Tuesday that the film will not be ready in time for the Venice Film Festival, which runs Aug. 29-Sept. 8.Read more

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  3. Everybody's a producer, but Weintraub's the real McCoy

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    "Ocean's Thirteen" Jerry Weintraub is a rarity in Hollywood where anyone can call himself a producer -- he's a real-deal, hands-on, old school player, MARTIN GROVE writes.Read more

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  4. It's 'Girls' night in for Aniston, DreamWorks

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    Jennifer Aniston is tuning up a period musical at DreamWorks titled "Goree Girls," which she will produce as a potential starring vehicle.Read more

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  5. It's 'Girls' night in for Aniston, DreamWorks

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    Jennifer Aniston is tuning up a period musical at DreamWorks titled "Goree Girls," which she will produce as a potential starring vehicle. The project is about a group of female prisoners who formed a country and western act in the 1940s.Read more

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  6. Semel to shareholders: Yahoo transitioning

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    Yahoo Inc. chairman and CEO Terry Semel defended his company's position during an often-contentious shareholders meeting Tuesday, saying that his embattled Web portal is in a good position as the Internet continues to evolve.Read more

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  7. Moonves: Couric needs time

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves hit back at critics of "CBS Evening News With Katie Couric," including former anchor Dan Rather, saying that it is going to take time for his $15 million-a-year investment to show results.Read more

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  8. games reporter

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    Disneyland Resort is taking video gaming 4-D next year. It will launch Toy Story Mania at California Adventure in Anaheim and Disney-MGM Studios outside Orlando, a ride that will blend "manic gameplay with a next-generation ride experience," says Tom Fitzgerald, executive vp and senior creative executive at Walt Disney Engineering.Read more

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  9. news digest

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    EU toughens piracy stance against China ; HBO going high def on all channels; Rogers buys 5 TV stations for $340 mil; First Run opens 'Bible' for N. America; Promotions for three at Focus PR; Deluxe sees market for Southland buyRead more

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  10. obituaries

    5:00 am 6/13/2007

    Nellie Lutcher; Jeanne Davis Glynn; Larry Hamlin; Sembene Ousmane; Justine GibbsRead more

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