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  1. FCC Passes Act to Turn Down Volume on TV Ads

    11:38 am 12/13/2011

    The new rules go into effect on December 13, 2012.Read more

  2. TV Ratings: 'Boardwalk Empire' Finale Scores, 'Luck' Preview Is Soft

    11:37 am 12/13/2011

    The gangster drama's shocking season-ender set a season high on Sunday night.Read more

  3. 'Khloe and Lamar' Will Capture Couple's Move to Texas on Season 2

    11:12 am 12/13/2011

    E! announced that the NBA player's surprise trade will play out when the series returns in Feb.Read more

  4. 'Good Morning America' Features Woman Who Lost Nearly 300 Pounds (Video)

    10:57 am 12/13/2011

    Natalie Strawn sat down with Lara Spencer on Monday's show to talk about her transformation. Read more

  5. Mitt Romney's $10,000 Debate Bet Lands in Jon Stewart's Crosshairs (Video)

    10:32 am 12/13/2011

    The "Daily Show" host and correspondent John Oliver suggest the presidential candidate just embrace his status as "an out of touch multi-millionaire." Read more

  6. Katie Couric and Entrepreneur Brooks Perlin Split After Five Years

    9:21 am 12/13/2011

    The breakup between Couric and Brooks Perlin, 17 years her junior, "was inevitable."Read more

  7. Glenn Beck's GBTV Set to Launch Reality Show 'Independence U.S.A.'

    9:15 am 12/13/2011

    Beck's Internet-only network is diving into reality with a series about a family preparing for life "off the grid."Read more

  8. Scarlett Johansson Talks Leaked Nude Photos on 'Late Show' (Video)

    9:02 am 12/13/2011

    The "We Bought a Zoo" actress called the experience "shocking" and "creepy."Read more

  9. Univision Morning Show Star Alfonso 'Poncho' De Anda to Host Weight Loss Show

    8:52 am 12/13/2011

    The weekly "Dale con Ganas" ("Give It Your All") comes from "Biggest Loser" creator David Broome. Read more

  10. TV Ratings: 'Fear Factor' Stages a Welcome Return, CBS Still on Top

    8:40 am 12/13/2011

    Returning from a five-year hiatus, NBC's gross-out competition delivered solid network gains among adults 18-49, while "2 Broke Girls," "Two and a Half Men" and "Mike and Molly" were all down from last week.Read more

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