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Web scores with advertisers

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Ten may be last in the three-network commercial ratings game, but its strategy of courting younger demographics has won over advertisers and their agencies. So much so that Ten recorded the largest…

LEAVING TOWN, DISCRETELY

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As predicted in these pages several weeks ago, efforts to extend the troubled run of “Indiscretions” have failed and the remarkable production quietly closed Nov. 4 at the Barrymore. Neither a new…

MAGNETIC MAGNATES

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If Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post were inclined to put the boss’s latest media maneuverings on page one, the headline might read, “Moguls Caught in East Side Love Nest!” In fact, although the News…

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MOVING ON UP

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As far as plans for Ten’s new corporate headquarters go, it’s a case of rags to riches. Currently located in a charming but cramped, converted warehouse in Ultimo, Sydney’s inner city, Ten’s HQ may…

FLYNT FODDER

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Milos Forman is narrowing the field of actresses vying to co-star with Woody Harrelson as Larry Flynt’s wife Althea Leasure. It’s down to three finalists, and Hole lead singer Courtney Love has made…

CRITICS’ TALLY

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“Patti LuPone on Broadway” opened Oct. 12 at the Walter Kerr Theatre to seven positive reviews (Barnes, Post; Jacobson, Newsday; Klein, Fox 5-TV; Kuchwara, AP; Sommers, Star-Ledger; Stearns, USA…

FAMILY AFFAIR

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Mary Stuart Masterson has agreed to star in “Lily Dale,” which will be directed by her father, Peter Masterson (“A Trip to Bountiful”). It’s based on the Horton Foote play, which is part of a…

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