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  1. 'Camelot' visual effects supervisor dies

    3:51 pm 6/28/2010

    Visual effects supervisor Steven Hodgson died June 16 while on the set of the upcoming Starz TV series "Camelot" in Ireland. He was 50.Read more

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  2. Oprah tops list of most powerful celebrities

    3:28 pm 6/28/2010

    Oprah Winfrey has reclaimed her spot as the most powerful celebrity on the planet, displacing Angelina Jolie, according to Forbes magazine.Read more

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  3. Director, 'Rebel' actor Corey Allen dies at 75

    3:22 pm 6/28/2010

    Corey Allen, who fatally challenged James Dean to a "chicken race" in the 1955 film classic "Rebel Without a Cause" before embarking on a career as a prolific TV director, died June 27 of natural causes in Hollywood, two days before his 76th birthday.Read more

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  4. Staffing: Superman lawyer gets a lawyer; music program in Georgia; EFF-er to Google

    2:27 pm 6/28/2010

    <p>Some recent entertainment law moves:</p>Read more

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  5. 'CSI' showrunners renew deals

    2:00 pm 6/28/2010

    Mendelsohn, Donahue re-upped for four more yearsRead more

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  6. NBCU, Canwest to co-produce 'Combat'

    11:56 am 6/28/2010

    NBC Universal has joined with Canwest Global Communications Corp. to co-produce the Canadian medical procedural "Combat Hospital" from indie producer Sienna Films for Global Television.Read more

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  7. NATPE taps Arthur Schweitzer as consultant

    10:56 am 6/28/2010

    Arthur Schweitzer has been tapped as a senior consultant and liaison for the NATPE 2011 Market &amp; Conference from Jan. 24-26 in Miami Beach.Read more

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  8. 'CSI' showrunners renew deals

    10:47 am 6/28/2010

    <p>Two &quot;CSI&quot; franchise showrunners have renewed their deals, each signing long-term&#0160;overall agreements&#0160;with CBS TV Studios. </p><p>&quot;CSI&quot; chief Carol Mendelsohn and &quot;CSI: Miami&quot; leader Ann Donahue have re-upped for four more years. </p><p>&quot;Carol and Ann are two of the best showrunners of this decade,&quot; said Nina Tassler, president, CBS Entertainment. &quot;The ongoing success of &#39;CSI&#39; and &#39;CSI Miami&#39; is testimony to their incredible creative talents and leadership skills. It gives the network great confidence having them at the helm of these two important series.&quot;&#0160; </p> Read more

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  9. 'Friday Night Lights' on a winning streak

    10:15 am 6/28/2010

    It isn't football season for a few months still, but NBC's "Friday Night Lights" is making a little progress down the field this summer in its fourth season.Read more

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  10. Emmy winner David Nevins joins Showtime

    9:41 am 6/28/2010

    David Nevins, an Emmy Award-winning producer and veteran network program exec, has been named president of entertainment at Showtime Networks.Read more

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