1. 'Hangover' writers' spec picked up
  2. 'Fellowship of the Ring' score to be performed
  3. Digital surge could follow iTunes in Mexico
  4. Media stocks up; slow ad recovery expected
  5. Jermaine Jackson's 'Smile' to hit iTunes
  6. Bandslam -- Film Review
  7. MPSE hosting golf tournament
  8. Malaysia says Web filter not for censorship
  9. Victoria Beckham reports for 'Idol' duty
  10. Obama sends message to AFTRA delegates
  11. 'Perfect' premiere
  12. Actors pay tribute to John Hughes
  13. Quite a 'Spread'
  14. Copy cats
  15. From Hollywood to 'Bollywood'
  16. Madonna cancels Slovenia concert
  17. HGTV brings Anna Gecan stateside
  18. Cocaine contributed to Billy Mays' death
  19. Jay Chou to play Kato in 'Green Hornet'
  20. Sydney Entertainment Center in limbo
  21. EMI executive vp digital to leave company
  22. Mad Men -- TV Review
  23. Theater strong in London despite recession
  24. G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra -- Film Review
  25. Godzilla vs. Comcast: Which is scarier?
  26. Tenacious D subbing for Beastie Boys
  27. 'Sexting' victim sues Hearst-Argyle TV station
  28. Flaming Lips curate All Tomorrow's Parties
  29. Studios escalate battle against movie rental kiosks
  30. Barbra Streisand returns to Village Vanguard
  31. Bob Dylan Christmas album in works
  32. Mercury Prize recognition boosts sales
  33. Mink DeVille founder Willy DeVille dies
  34. Aerosmith's current tour up in the air
  35. Ben Stein's New York Times column axed
  36. Upfronts to end 22% lower than in 2008
  37. Official: Doctor gave Jackson sedatives
  38. TV writers slam NBC for 'Leno Show'
  39. Obama inspired Wanda Sykes talk show
  40. Tony Cohen to give MIPCOM opening keynote
  41. FX chief readies new shows, defends violence
  42. Liberty Media entertainment group up in Q2
  43. Cinemark boosts Q2 profit 20%
  44. Aidan Gillen, David Morrissey join 'Blitz'
  45. Broadcast Network upfront to end down 22%
  46. 'Dance' finale tops Thursday, rises from last year
  47. 'Sims' creator eyes the world beyond games
  48. Hacker attacks silence Twitter, slow Facebook