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Japan's giant pubcaster NHK is getting serious about forcing scofflaws to pay TV license fees.
The city of Los Angeles is warning casting workshops and talent services that it's serious about enforcing tightened state rules barring "pay to audition" scams.
IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to the thriller "Cracks," starring Eva Green, and will release the pic next year.
Literary manager Kevin Donahue has been hired by management/production shingle Code Entertainment to rep clients and develop films for the company to produce.
Prince and his company Paisley Park Enterprises are cracking down on illegal uses of his music and other copyrighted materials on the Internet, and have sent out more than 30 cease-and-desist letters…
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