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THE REPORT: Why the Golden Globes crawled back to Ricky Gervais.
THE REPORT: A breakdown of who wins in the $4.1 billion sale of music label EMI.
THE REPORT: The hero of Fox's "24" is making his way to India.
THE REPORT: After courting Hollywood for months, YouTube's launch slate for its TV-style video channels underwhelms.
THE REPORT: If the latest batch of development projects is an indication, David Nevins is taking Showtime in a decidedly different direction.
THE REPORT: NBA players with time on their hands due to the league's ongoing labor dispute are finding that showbiz offers an opportunity to fill their schedules.
THE REPORT: Even as it was divorcing itself from Qwikster, Netflix was throwing its weight around at MIPCOM, returning home from Cannes with bags stuffed with foreign-made series.
THE REPORT: Has Starz found its David Chase in signing "Spartacus" creator Steve S. DeKnight to a two-year deal?
THE REPORT: How does a movie that was considered dead and buried get brought back to life?
THE REPORT: How Disney landed James Cameron's "Avatar" for its theme parks.
THE REPORT: "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" is one of the few anticipated Toronto titles to meet buyer expectations by mid-festival.
THE REPORT: One of Hollywood's most prolific blockbuster factories is thinking smaller, as Atlas Entertainment opens an indie shingle.