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Jackie Bradford, prexy and g.m. of NBC owned-and-operated station KNSD-TV San Diego, has been promoted to the same position at the Peacock's Washington, D.C., O&O, WRC-TV.
Before Hollywood seduced Ashok Amritraj into the business of entertainment, the transcontinental producer was himself an entertainer with a fierce backhand.
Alex Pettyfer is in talks to play the lead character in DreamWorks Studios' "I Am Number 4," the teen alien pic being produced by Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg.
Susanne Bier's emotional melodrama becomes a lesser thing in Jim Sheridan's English-language remake.
Matt Bomer, the co-star of USA Network's new drama "White Collar" (Oct. 23), remembers facing his football-loving father, saying he was quitting the team so he could be in a play at Houston's Alley…
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