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ABC Entertainment Group prexy Paul Lee is being courted for the top job at the BBC.
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President Obama is courting a growing showbiz power base: Latinos.
The latest legal wrinkle over Charlie Sheen's $100 million suit against Warner Bros. and "Two and a Half Men" executive producer Chuck Lorre is a dispute over whether the case should be waged in a…
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