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Consumers spent $320 million in 2004 in the U.S. on mobile music. Information was incorrect in Wednesday’s paper.

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Scott Sommer is the screenwriter on “Barking Orders,” which Lakeshore Entertainment has acquired. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper.

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