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  1. NBR goes wild for 'No Country'

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" picked up the National Board of Review Awards Wednesday for best picture, best ensemble cast and best adapted screenplay honors.Read more

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  2. BT Vision debuts movie rental service

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    LONDON -- Digital television provider BT Vision is trying a new movie rental service that offers customers free movies in exchange for watching a series of targeted advertisements, interactive media head Antony Carbonari said Wednesday.Read more

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  3. Documentary filmmakers chronicle difficult stories

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    Documentary filmmakers chronicle the difficult stories that get lost in the 24-hour news cycleRead more

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  4. Dialogue: John Wells

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    'ER's' executive producer reflects on the quality of the show and shares his secrets for primetime longevity.Read more

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  5. Luxembourg may lose tax haven status

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    BRUSSELS -- European Union ministers have agreed sweeping changes to the way satellite television and e-commerce services are taxed, which could see an end to Luxembourg's status as a tax haven.Read more

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  6. Second Montreal man charged with piracy

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    TORONTO -- As their crackdown on movie piracy grows, Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have charged a second Montreal man for illegally camcording a Hollywood movie inside a local theater.Read more

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  7. France 24 plans all-Arabic anniversary b'cast

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    PARIS -- Gallic news channel France 24 will celebrate its one-year anniversary Thursday with a 24-hour, all-Arabic broadcast, network executives announced at a press conference in Paris on Wednesday.Read more

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  8. European Film Market already fully booked

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    COLOGNE, Germany -- Just over two months to go, and the Berlin International Film Festival's European Film Market is already booked solid. The EFM said exhibitor space has sold out, with about 178 companies set to attend the 2008 event.Read more

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  9. BAFTA adds 'Film Not in English' prize

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    LONDON -- The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is revamping the voting procedure for its movie award for a film not in the English language ahead of next year's BAFTA film awards.Read more

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  10. Hill pot shots hit FCC 'on-ramp'

    4:00 am 12/6/2007

    FCC chairman Kevin Martin defended his plan to ease the federal bar against common ownership of a newspaper and a TV station in a single market against congressional Democrats who accused him of moving too far too fast, and Republicans who think he isn't moving far enough with enough dispatch.Read more

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