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The price is right?

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The big question at Mipcom next week: Who will be the first U.S. seller to pocket $1.5 million an episode for one of its new shows? That's the new benchmark the Hollywood majors are eyeing as their…

Down but not out

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Some of the viewers ABC's "Lost" lost along the way didn't return for its third-season premiere Wednesday, although the show remains a winner. A broad smash during its initial season, "Lost" saw some…

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Crown gems to Halmi

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Crown Media has sold domestic rights to more than 600 TV movies, including big-budget miniseries "Lonesome Dove," "Moby Dick," "Gulliver's Travels" and "Merlin," to Robert Halmi's RHI Enterprises for…

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Wrigley chews on Celador

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U.K. indie Celador, creator of "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?," has tapped reality specialist Ruth Wrigley as head of entertainment. Wrigley, who produced the first three U.K. series of "Big…

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Ofcom office filled

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A former adviser to the two most powerful men in Britain, Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown, is the new head of Blighty's communications regulator, the Office of Communications.

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