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Japan’s bored auds turn off TVs

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The Japanese, once one of the most TV-addicted people on the planet, are drifting away from the tube -- forcing networks to scramble for other sources of revenue, from pic production, satellite…

London theater looks ahead

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As the West End legit industry shakes off the scare of the city's recent riots, the two incoming heads of the Society of London Theaters (SOLT), remain upbeat about prospects for the coming year.

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Rebuilt biz is more resilient

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The stock market has swooned and Wall Street fears a double-dip recession, but Hollywood has managed to stay above the doomsday fray -- at least for the moment.

Biz digs digital dollars

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Hollywood studios don't directly own much of cyberspace, but the investment community is impressed at how the film biz suddenly seems adept at harvesting it.

3D safety raises concerns

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The last thing the 3D TV business needs is a health scare. With the sales of sets sluggish, prices high and a comparative dearth of content, consumers have been slow to embrace the new technology.

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When crix are critical

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Perhaps you've heard: There's an appealing new movie in theaters now, based on a best-selling novel in which a precocious white girl, working against the objections of her parents and neighbors…

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