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Is the end of 'The Simpsons' drawing near?

Oct 5, 2011
A new struggle over salaries of voice actors at Fox could mean the end of the iconic series.
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Mid-day Extra: Arrested Development will return

Oct 3, 2011
Arrested Development is expected to return to TV.
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Looking at 'How To Make it in America'

Sep 30, 2011
Ian Edelman, creator of the HBO's "How To Make it in America," discusses the inspiration behind the show. And actor Victor Rasuk talks about what to expect in its second season.
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IMDb banks on trivia

Sep 27, 2011
The Internet Movie Database gets into the game business.
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TV shows account for big part of Hollywood profits

Sep 23, 2011
Movies are getting more and more expensive to make. The biggest studios in Hollywood now turn to TV to make the most of their money, with profits coming in from advertisers, cable companies, and streaming services like Netflix.
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Solving Problems, One Song at a Time

Sep 22, 2011
Need to unload? Or want to help out the emo boy on the bus? Emotional Bag Check is a website that lets strangers suggest songs to cheer other...
Posted In: Entertainment, Internet, Music, Web Culture

TV music at bargain prices

Sep 19, 2011
Music for TV shows once featured top 40 hits; now indie artists rule. The shift from big names to no-names happened with the rise of the DVD.
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Getting scientific in Hollywood

Sep 16, 2011
A new nonprofit program teams up Hollywood writers and directors with scientists to encourage more accuracy in entertainment.
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Michael Arrington Is Out at Tech Crunch

Sep 8, 2011
Arianna Huffington appears to have won the glorious, public, smack-down within AOL over Michael Arrington's plans to both write about startups at...
Posted In: aol, business, Entertainment, huffington, techcrunch, Web Culture

Venice Film Festival hit by economic downturn

Sep 5, 2011
The Venice Film Festival has been hard hit by the global economic downturn, leaving a large building project unfinished. But the industry hopes to continue to attract American funding.
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