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Versus has set a new lineup of talk-oriented weeknight programming to help better compete with ESPN's studio shows.
Spain's Adrian Guerra, producer of Rodrigo Cortes' Sundance hit "Buried," has created a new production label, the Barcelona-based Nostromo Pictures.
NBC's sports cabler Versus, anxious to ramp up its programming slate to better compete with ESPN and Fox's cable networks, is set to launch two original shows in September. Both will air on Fridays.
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Jean-Stephane Bron's fascinating if somewhat dry nonfiction experiment.
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