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  1. 'Christmas Story' gives TBS a leg up

    4:00 am 12/29/2007

    TBS set records last week with its 11th annual 24-hour marathon of the 1983 holiday movie "A Christmas Story," which started at 8 p.m. Christmas Eve.Read more

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  2. Blitzer received e-mail about Bhutto's security

    4:00 am 12/29/2007

    It was a story CNN's Wolf Blitzer hoped he'd never have to report -- an e-mail sent to him through an intermediary by Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto complaining about her security. Conditions of use: only if she were killed.Read more

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  3. CBS crime spree beats other repeats Thurs.

    4:00 am 12/29/2007

    A battle of the repeats the Thursday after Christmas went to CBS, whose crime drama schedule beat ABC's dramas in viewership and the adults 18-49 demographic.Read more

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  4. Complaint Alleges Racial Screening of 'Judge Judy' Cases

    7:54 am 12/28/2007

    <p><a href="/images/2007/12/28/images1.jpg"><img width="85" height="64" border="0" alt="Images1" title="Images1" src="/images/2007-small/12/28/images1.jpg" style="margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px; float: left;" /></a> </p> <p>We've never been a fan of the TV judge shows. The level of legal discourse isn't exactly&nbsp; in Clarence Darrow territory. Plus, none of the litigants use lawyers (and many of the arbiters of TV justice aren't actually judges in real life). </p>Read more

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  5. Auds more wired, survey finds

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    About 38% of consumers are watching TV shows online, 36% use their cell phones as entertainment devices and 45% are creating online content according to a new-media survey.Read more

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  6. News teams mobilize to cover Bhutto slaying

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    Benazir Bhutto's assassination Thursday shattered the postholiday calm that had settled on the New York-based TV news divisions that quietly are gearing up for next week's Iowa caucus.Read more

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  7. Fox faces second year BCS contract challenges

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    In the 10-year history of college football's BCS system, no season has ever been marked by as much rankings disruption or controversy. And perhaps no college football season has ever mattered as much to a network.Read more

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  8. Strike tops AFI list of significance

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    The American Film Institute declared on Wednesday that the current writers strike tops the seven "moments of significance" that have had an impact on the moving image in the past year.Read more

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  9. Latin American viewers ready for some light fare

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    Latin America, writes STEVE BRENNAN, faces a torrent of remade programs like "The Farm," pictured, that originally played to European audiences, thanks to a deal inked recently between Sony Pictures Television International and Swedish producer Strix Television.Read more

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  10. Report weighs ripple effect of writers strike on Street

    4:00 am 12/28/2007

    How much is the WGA strike going to hurt the share prices of the big corporations that own the movie studios and TV networks? PAUL BOND has the answer, according to a Wall Street report.Read more

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