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EYE ON YOUNGSTERS

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NEW YORK — CBS is taking baby steps to reach a younger audience, having stabilized its schedule this season by re-embracing the network's traditional 25-to-54 age target. Household ratings are merely…

U.K.

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The U.K.'s fifth and last terrestrial TV channel, Channel 5, has proved the naysayers wrong and been given the official go-ahead to launch on March 30. A condition of C5's license required that it…

SHOW ME THE LIRE

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There are plenty of U.S. event films and strong local product out there, but not enough to help revive ailing markets Japan and France. Meanwhile, “Jerry Maguire,” “Mars Attacks!” and “101…

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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

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    No Good Deed

    Weekend Gross:$24.5M

    No Good Deed

    1
    Weekend:$24.5M
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    Dolphin Tale 2

    Weekend Gross:$16.6M

    Dolphin Tale 2

    2
    Weekend:$16.6M
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    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Weekend Gross:$8.0M

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    3
    Weekend:$8.0M Disney

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DEBATING RATINGS

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NEW ORLEANS — FCC commissioner Rachelle Chong told cablers gathering here Sunday for their annual four-day confab that they should pay attention to calls from government and public interest groups…

Murch nabs film Eddie

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“The English Patient” and its editor, Walter Murch, won the top feature film honor from the American Cinema Editors Saturday at the group's annual Eddie Awards. In TV awards, the group honored Randy…

Figment trio lands 'Beach'

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Figment Films, the production banner of the white-hot triumvirate responsible for “Trainspotting,” “Shallow Grave” and the upcoming “A Life Less Ordinary,” has optioned the rights to Alex Garland's…

WMA snags Mr. Freeze

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed with the William Morris Agency to be repped by a team of agents headed by senior VP Robert Stein. The move had been anticipated since he left International Creative…

SHORT TAKES

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“Long, Long Ago” which preemed Tuesday on cabler American Movie Classics, will air again at 1 p.m. Saturday. The one-hour docu features recollections of 26 senior citizens on their early moviegoing…

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