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  1. Jimmy Fallon, Martin Short hosting JFL galas

    4:12 pm 5/27/2008

    Martin Short, Jason Alexander and Jimmy Fallon will host their own galas at the second annual Just for Laughs Toronto Festival in July, organizers said Tuesday.Read more

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  2. Joe Uva takes over at Univision

    3:17 pm 5/27/2008

    There is a new, more open dynamic at work at Hispanic powerhouse Univision -- and the change can in large part be attributed to the tone set by CEO Joe Uva.Read more

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  3. Discovery dives into shipwrecks

    3:13 pm 5/27/2008

    Discovery Channel is going deep underwater to explore shipwrecks and the artifacts found there.Read more

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  4. SoapNet renews 'Night Shift'

    3:03 pm 5/27/2008

    SoapNet has renewed its original drama "General Hospital: Night Shift," a spinoff of corporate sibling ABC's soap "General Hospital," for a second season.Read more

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  5. Starz, Verizon ink broadband deal

    2:58 pm 5/27/2008

    Starz Entertainment said Tuesday that it will offer its films to Verizon's broadband and FiOS customers.Read more

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  6. Study: Cable takes network ads

    2:44 pm 5/27/2008

    Lehman Bros. is projecting a 3% falloff in broadcast TV upfront ad revenue this year, and a 5% bump for the cable networks.Read more

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  7. David E. Kelley moving to Warner Bros. TV

    1:43 pm 5/27/2008

    After more than two decades at 20th Century Fox TV, David E. Kelley is moving to Warner Bros. TV with a three-year overall deal.Read more

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  8. Ira Kurgan leaving Yahoo for Fox

    12:28 pm 5/27/2008

    Longtime Fox executive Ira Kurgan is heading back to News Corp. after a stint at Yahoo.Read more

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  9. James Gandolfini sheds 'Sopranos' wardrobe

    12:16 pm 5/27/2008

    Tony Soprano is shedding his wardrobe for charity. James Gandolfini, who starred on the hit HBO series, is selling off 24 outfitsRead more

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  10. Emmy-winning composer Earle Hagen dies

    10:58 am 5/27/2008

    Earle Hagen, Emmy-winning composer of some of the most memorable musical themes in TV history and the man heard whistling the theme song of "The Andy Griffith Show," died Monday.Read more

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