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  1. BET Hip Hop Awards Score Record Ratings

    10:09 am 10/12/2011

    The annual awards ceremony was watched by more than 4 million viewers, lifting new comedy "Reed Between the Lines."Read more

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  2. Iranian Leader Says Occupy Wall Street Will Topple American Capitalism

    10:00 am 10/12/2011

    Ayatollah Ali Khamenei referred to the protests in an address on Wednesday.Read more

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  3. Syfy Renews 'Haven' for Third Season

    9:46 am 10/12/2011

    UPDATED: The supernatural series, based on Stephen King's "The Colorado Kid," has been given a 13-episode order.Read more

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  4. Brother of Reality TV Villian Omarosa Manigault Murdered

    9:41 am 10/12/2011

    Jack Manigault was reportedly shot in the head by the ex boyfriend of his current girlfriend.Read more

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  5. TV Ratings: CBS Is No. 1 Network for First Three Weeks of Season

    9:41 am 10/12/2011

    ABC sinks to a third-place tie with NBC, while Fox registers the biggest year-over-year increase.Read more

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  6. 'Avengers' Star Samuel L. Jackson Joins Twitter (Video)

    9:29 am 10/12/2011

    The actor announced his social networking launch on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."Read more

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  7. Canadian Broadcasters: TV Is Still King In The Home

    9:28 am 10/12/2011

    Cord cutting? A Television Bureau of Canada report indicates the vast majority of Canadians prefer watching their favorite shows on a TV screen. Read more

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  8. Current TV Announces Show With Former Michigan Governor

    9:12 am 10/12/2011

    "The War Room With Jennifer Granholm" will air after Keith Olbermann beginning in January 2012.Read more

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  9. TV Ratings: Tim Allen's 'Last Man Standing' Debuts Well, 'Parenthood' Rises

    8:53 am 10/12/2011

    CBS' procedurals all dip, but the network still wins Tuesday in total viewers and the 18-49 demo.Read more

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  10. Seth MacFarlane Secretly Wants 'Family Guy' to End; Relaunch 'Star Trek' for TV

    8:23 am 10/12/2011

    In the new Showrunners issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the man behind Fox’s multi-billion dollar animated empire reveals ambivalence about his flagship series’ future, likens Disney to a concentration camp, talks "Simpsons" salary woes.Read more

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