1. MIFF site hacked again
  2. 'Keeper of the Oscars' dies
  3. Student fined $675K for illegal downloads
  4. Disney World raising admission prices
  5. WGA West will represent CBS scribes
  6. Apple fixes iPhone software bug
  7. N.Y. Post writers allowed back on ESPN
  8. Back to 'Futurama': Voice cast closes deal
  9. Syndicators slowly moving ad sales
  10. Rob Marshall eyes 'Pirates of the Caribbean'
  11. Video games looking for comeback
  12. Lawsuit doesn't seem to have changed 'Project Runway'
  13. Media, entertainment stocks continue to outperform
  14. 'Cove' sheds light on Japan dolphin killings
  15. 'Glee' cast goes 'Gleek'
  16. Atlanta 'Housewives' sets franchise ratings record
  17. Aliens in the Attic -- Film Review
  18. The Collector -- Film Review
  19. Australia's Arena Management in receivership
  20. Pirate Bay owners appealing injunction
  21. 20th signs 'Futurama' voice actors
  22. End in sight for slow upfront
  23. Fabolous seeks top album debut
  24. Red Hot Chili Peppers reuniting
  25. AC/DC tour adds a little Anvil
  26. Meat Grinder -- Film Review
  27. Annie Leibovitz sued for breach of contract
  28. Stars visit Havana amid U.S.-Cuba thaw
  29. It isn't easy giving 'Box' some love in the U.K.
  30. Korea's 'Naked News' shuts down
  31. France opens American and International Desk
  32. Canada to fete 'Slumdog' stars
  33. Belo Q2 profit slips, restates 2007-08 results
  34. Ottawa invests in Montreal World Film Fest
  35. U.S. media stocks remain sluggish
  36. Natalie Imbruglia recruits Coldplay, Eno
  37. Wolfram Winter tapped for Sky Deutschland
  38. The post-fame comedy of Zach Galifianakis
  39. Canada-U.S. cross-border station shake-up
  40. Yahoo's hard look from investors after deal
  41. Filmmakers fighting back in 'Bananas!*' documentary lawsuit
  42. Record industry now 2-for-2 in file-sharing trials
  43. Italy, Netherlands attack Pirate Bay
  44. Annie Leibovitz battles to keeps assets
  45. WE orders two marriage-minded series
  46. 'Dance' and 'Brother' lead Thursday
  47. Network 18 wants Indian Film Co.