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CNN Suspends Novak After He Walks Off Set (AP)
AP - CNN suspended commentator Robert Novak indefinitely after he swore and walked off the set Thursday during a debate with Democratic operative James Carville.

Kutcher, Lohan Top Teen People List (AP)
AP - Ashton Kutcher and Lindsay Lohan top the list of power-wielding players in Young Hollywood, according to Teen People's edition that hits newsstands Friday. The top 10 list was compiled by reader votes.

Etheridge Says She's Recovered From Cancer (AP)
AP - Melissa Etheridge is jumping back into recording and performing after spending much of the last year fighting breast cancer. The 44-year-old rocker has appearances booked for October, when her greatest hits collection "The Road Less Traveled" is due for release.

Rowling, Dylan Nominated for Quills Awards (AP)
AP - J.K. Rowling, Bob Dylan and Stephen King are among the nominees for the first annual Quills Awards, a glitzy literary affair for which the general public will cast the ballots.

Thompson Turns Genteel on New Album (AP)
AP - For this year at least, Richard Thompson looks like the hardest-working man in the folk-rock business.

U.S. charges man in camcorder-piracy crackdown (Reuters)
Reuters - A Missouri man is the first to be indicted under a new federal law that prohibits people from secretly videotaping movies when they are shown in theaters, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.

Eminem plans Showtime concert special (Reuters)
Reuters - Eminem's Aug. 8-9 stand at New York's Madison Square Garden will be taped for a concert special that will air in December on cable's Showtime network.

CNN suspends Robert Novak for on-air outburst (Reuters)
Reuters - CNN issued a public rebuke to syndicated columnist and political analyst Robert Novak and asked him to "take some time off" after he uttered a profanity and walked off the set during a live broadcast on Thursday.

Viacom's CEO to step down after split (Reuters)
Reuters - Viacom Inc.'s (VIAb.N) Sumner Redstone on Thursday said he planned to step down as chief executive from the global media conglomerate by next year when it is expected to split in two, but remain as chairman.

Cast Complete for Keen's Staging of Maugham's 'Breadwinner' (Playbill)
Playbill - Off-Broadway's Keen Company has fully cast its upcoming production of Somerset Maugham's The Breadwinner.

U.S. charges man in camcorder-piracy crackdown (Reuters)
Reuters - A Missouri man is the first to be indicted under a new federal law that prohibits people from secretly videotaping movies when they are shown in theaters, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.

Filmmaker mobilizes 'I.R.A.' (Reuters)
Reuters - Just a week after the Irish Republican Army agreed to disarm, a new movie focusing on the I.R.A.'s activities is set to begin shooting in the Emerald Isle.

'Dukes of Hazzard' set to hog box office glory (Reuters)
Reuters - Teenagers and nostalgic filmgoers will ensure a No. 1 bow at the box office for "The Dukes of Hazzard," the only new wide release this weekend.

Hollywood Producer, Daughter Found Dead (AP)
AP - A one-time Hollywood producer and his 9-year-old daughter were found dead in their car two days after vanishing and Lake County authorities on Thursday were investigating what they called a bizarre case.

Kutcher, Lohan Top Teen People List (AP)
AP - Ashton Kutcher and Lindsay Lohan top the list of power-wielding players in Young Hollywood, according to Teen People's edition that hits newsstands Friday. The top 10 list was compiled by reader votes.

'Secuestro Express' Examines Kidnapping (AP)
AP - The new Venezuelan film "Secuestro Express," about a young couple that tries to survive while held captive in their car by three kidnappers who cruise around Caracas, offers a vivid take on one of today's most frequent crimes in Latin America.

Stone Gets More Actors for 9/11 Movie (AP)
AP - Michael Pena, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Maria Bello have been added to the cast of Oliver Stone's upcoming film about the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on the World Trade Center.

'Murderball' Star Zupan Embracing Fame (AP)
AP - Mark Zupan, the most recognizable star of "Murderball," says he's embracing the fame brought by the documentary.

Montreal festival snuffs killer film (Reuters)
Reuters - Bowing to pressure from anxious sponsors, the Montreal World Film Festival on Wednesday pulled a controversial Hollywood movie about an infamous Canadian schoolgirl killer from its upcoming lineup.

Legal Duel Over "Zorro" (E! Online)
E! Online - As if Zorro doesn't have enough to worry about while helping the people, now he's gotta contend with lawyers.

Eminem plans Showtime concert special (Reuters)
Reuters - Eminem's Aug. 8-9 stand at New York's Madison Square Garden will be taped for a concert special that will air in December on cable's Showtime network.

Stones get 'Justice' on U.S. rock chart (Reuters)
Reuters - The Rolling Stones entered Billboard's airplay-based Mainstream Rock Tracks chart at No. 29 Thursday with "Rough Justice," a track from their Sept. 6 Virgin Records album "A Bigger Bang."

Mudhoney back in studio for 2006 release (Reuters)
Reuters - Veteran Seattle rock act Mudhoney is in the studio working on its first album since 2002's "Since We've Become Translucent." The as-yet-untitled set is expected to be released in early 2006 via Sub Pop.

Blackwell to sell 'world music' in new way (Reuters)
Reuters - Record business legend Chris Blackwell, who brought the world Bob Marley, U2 and a host of others, has some more music to sell from outside the pop mainstream.

Etheridge Clear of Cancer (E! Online)
E! Online - In an interview that aired Wednesday night on the syndicated TV show Extra, the "Lucky" crooner announced that she has made a full recovery since undergoing a successful lumpectomy last October after being diagnosed with the disease and being forced to scrap a concert tour.

Yahoo launches Web audio search service (Reuters)
Reuters - Web media company Yahoo Inc. on Thursday launched a free Web audio search service that helps users find, hear and buy everything from music downloads and podcasts to interviews and newscasts.

Kutcher, Lohan Top Teen People List (AP)
AP - Ashton Kutcher and Lindsay Lohan top the list of power-wielding players in Young Hollywood, according to Teen People's edition that hits newsstands Friday. The top 10 list was compiled by reader votes.

Seinfeld, Simon to Play Autism Benefit (AP)
AP - Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Simon will perform together for one night only to raise money for research into autism. The concert will be held Sept. 24 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, hosted by Tom Brokaw of NBC News.

Thompson Turns Genteel on New Album (AP)
AP - For this year at least, Richard Thompson looks like the hardest-working man in the folk-rock business.

Copy-protected CDs iPod-incompatible but sell well (Reuters)
Reuters - Recent CDs by Foo Fighters and Dave Matthews Band containing new anti-piracy technology are selling well despite a backlash among some fans angry that the discs are incompatible with iPods, experts said on Thursday.

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