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Dish delays could lead to mistrial

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Charlie Ergen, the maverick CEO who co-founded EchoStar in 1980 selling satellite dishes from his car and is now worth $9 billion, has crossed swords with Rupert Murdoch, Mel Karmazin, DirecTV…

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L.A. pubcaster KCET to merge with LinkTV

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Continuing to carve out its post-PBS path, independent L.A. pubcaster KCET has merged with national network Link TV to form KCETLink, a programming service that will be a local-national hybrid.

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Leftfield Pictures expands to L.A.

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Gotham-based reality shingle Leftfield Pictures is expanding to the west coast and tapping Rob Hill to serve as veep of development out of the newly-established Los Angeles office.

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France honors Max von Sydow

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MADRID -- Max von Sydow, the face of Swedish acting down the decades, received France's Legion d'honneur, its highest distinction, in a ceremony Wednesday at the Lumiere 2012-Grand Lyon Festival.

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