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Dole blasts Hundt, regs

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Implementation of the 1992 cable TV reregulation bill has become a "fiasco" under new FCC chairman Reed Hundt, Senate Minority Leader Robert Dole claimed late Thursday in a speech delivered on the…

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Financial briefs

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Infinity Broadcasting Corp., the owner of radio stations in the nation's biggest markets, said its board of directors has authorized it to buy back up to $ 15 million of its common shares, saying the…

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Berlusconi closer to PM goal

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Media magnate Silvio Berlusconi cleared another hurdle on his path to be named prime minister after he broke days of deadlock with his coalition partners Thursday on who should run for the powerful…

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WGA sends fixes out to voters

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A new constitutional amendment aimed at getting Writers Guild of America members more involved in the org's debate has been sent to the membership for a vote, along with three other key changes.

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Meredith goes to CAA

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Glen Meredith, senior VP of business affairs at TriStar Pictures, is leaving the studio to join the Creative Artists Agency. Sources there confirmed the move and said the exec would be handling…

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H'w'd plugs rights

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An A-list assembly of studio execs, filmmakers and Hollywood lawyers are set to square off in the upcoming Intl. Artist Rights Symposium, in what may be the first open dialogue on the "moral" issues…

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State bill pains labor

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A state assembly bill that would prohibit "disruptive activity" on film sets has drawn the ire of some of Hollywood's most powerful unions as a potentially labor-quashing piece of legislation.

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