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Oprah Rewards Women Who Helped Nab Man (AP)
This photo provided by Harpo Productions shows Oprah Winfrey with Jeanne Rosenthal, left, and Karie Miller, right, during a live broadcast of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' in Chicago, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. Oprah presented the first $100,000 reward to Rosenthal and Miller, whose tips helped lead to the capture of convicted sex offender William C. Davis, who was on the FBI's Most Wanted Fugitives list, within 48 hours of him being featured on the show Oct. 4. (AP Photo/Harpo Productions, Inc., George Burns)AP - Two women received $50,000 checks from Oprah Winfrey's show for their part in capturing a fugitive sex offender from Indiana.


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Angelina Jolie Receives Humanitarian Award (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie poses with United Nations Association of the USA chairman William H. Luers at the UNA-USA 2005 annual dinner, where she was presented with the Global Humanitarian Action Award, in New York,  Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. (AP Photo/John Smock)AP - Angelina Jolie has accepted an award for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations refugee agency.


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TV Guide Unveils Full-Color, Larger Format (AP)
Ty Pennington, left,  helps Ian Birch, editor-in-chief TV Guide, debut the new larger format TV Guide in New York, Tuesday, Oct 11, 2005.   With a giant version of the new design the company previewed the new format which goes on sale this week. (AP PHOTO/Stuart Ramsaon/HO/TV GUIDE )AP - TV Guide released its first issue in a full-color, larger format Tuesday, part of an overall revamp aimed at trying to keep the 52-year-old magazine relevant in an age of on-screen television guides.


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Stevie Wonder Returns to the Studio (AP)
Musician Stevie Wonder is interviewed Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at his studio in Los Angeles. After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, 'A Time to Love,' is due in stores October 18.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - When Stevie Wonder returned to the studio after a 10-year hiatus to record "A Time to Love," he was doing more than getting back to work. He was getting back to the message that has formed the cornerstone of his legendary career.


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Doing It in Prime Time (U.S. News & World Report)
U.S. News & World Report - In a recent episode of Fox's raunchy new sitcom The War at Home, Dave, a father of three, can't decide which is more troubling: that his 16-year-old daughter may be sleeping with her boyfriend or that she raided Dave's marijuana stash. He goes with the pot. Not a big surprise from a character who in the show's first episode introduced his wife to the audience with this bit of flattery: "Did you check out the rack? Nice, huh?"

Angelina Jolie Receives Humanitarian Award (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie poses with United Nations Association of the USA chairman William H. Luers at the UNA-USA 2005 annual dinner, where she was presented with the Global Humanitarian Action Award, in New York,  Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. (AP Photo/John Smock)AP - Angelina Jolie has accepted an award for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations refugee agency.


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'Pulse' DVD chronicles final Pink Floyd tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Pink Floyd will release the long-awaited DVD for its concert film "Pulse" in Europe on December 5, and in North America the following day.

Oprah Rewards Women Who Helped Nab Man (AP)
This photo provided by Harpo Productions shows Oprah Winfrey with Jeanne Rosenthal, left, and Karie Miller, right, during a live broadcast of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' in Chicago, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. Oprah presented the first $100,000 reward to Rosenthal and Miller, whose tips helped lead to the capture of convicted sex offender William C. Davis, who was on the FBI's Most Wanted Fugitives list, within 48 hours of him being featured on the show Oct. 4. (AP Photo/Harpo Productions, Inc., George Burns)AP - Two women received $50,000 checks from Oprah Winfrey's show for their part in capturing a fugitive sex offender from Indiana.


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Fox Sports, ESPN expect MLB playoffs to deliver (Reuters)
Reuters - Don't hand Fox a crying towel over the playoff elimination of two proven postseason ratings winners, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.

Three Friends Sing About Love, Life and Ties That Bind in 'Prime Womanhood' Cabaret in NYC (Playbill)
Playbill - Prime Womanhood, a cabaret celebration of the lives of three friends whose voices blend and whose journeys have intersected over 25 years, plays midtown Manhattan on Tuesdays Oct. 18 and 25.

Angelina Jolie Receives Humanitarian Award (AP)
Actress Angelina Jolie poses with United Nations Association of the USA chairman William H. Luers at the UNA-USA 2005 annual dinner, where she was presented with the Global Humanitarian Action Award, in New York,  Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. (AP Photo/John Smock)AP - Angelina Jolie has accepted an award for her humanitarian work as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations refugee agency.


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Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures has acquired the film rights to the manuscript "Tales From the Wishworks Factory" by Jason Lethcoe for a $125,000 advance against a $500,000 payout if the film produced.

Bond favorite emerges, but 007 mystery persists (Reuters)
Actor Pierce Brosnan attends the news conference for 'The Matador' at the 30th International Film Festival in Toronto, September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Mike CasseseReuters - The makers of the next James Bond movie are doing their best to keep the identity of the man who will play 007 a secret but a new favorite emerged on Tuesday: English actor Daniel Craig.


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No "Candy" For Warners (E! Online)
E! Online - Strangers with Candy is in need of a distributor with more of a sweet tooth.

Stockard Channing Pleads No Contest to DUI (AP)
AP - Actress Stockard Channing pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge stemming from an incident last year on the Hollywood Freeway.

Kerry Won't See Campaign Documentary (AP)
AP - A new documentary about Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign, warts and all, is making the rounds in New York and Washington. But its leading man has no plans to see it.

'Zathura' set to cast magic spell on moviegoers (Reuters)
Reuters - Observers who instinctively laid credit for "Elf" at the feet of rising star Will Ferrell soon might rethink their assessment of director Jon Favreau.

Review: 'Nine Lives' (AP)
AP - The anthology film is a delicate balance for a filmmaker and a tough sell for audiences used to a cohesive story and consistent characters to carry them from beginning to end.

EchoStar Rolls Out Portable Media Player (AP)
AP - EchoStar Communications Corp., which operates the Dish Network satellite TV service, introduced a portable media player Tuesday that displays television programs or movies, plays music and stores digital photographs.

'Wallace & Gromit' Archive Ruined in Fire (AP)
Firemen damping down a warehouse belonging to Aardman Animations in Bristol England  following a fire Monday Oct.  10, 2005. The company behind the successful Wallace and Gromit films said today that its 'entire history' was destroyed in the devastating fire at a warehouse containing  its sets and  props. The roof of the Aardman Animations building in  Bristol, collapsed after the blaze tore through the Victorian building early Monday. (AP Photo/Barry Batchelor/PA)AP - Fire destroyed a priceless archive of Aardman Animations props, sets and models early Monday, just hours after the company learned that its animated clay movie stars Wallace and Gromit had topped the U.S. box office.


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'Pulse' DVD chronicles final Pink Floyd tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Pink Floyd will release the long-awaited DVD for its concert film "Pulse" in Europe on December 5, and in North America the following day.

Stevie Wonder Returns to the Studio (AP)
Musician Stevie Wonder is interviewed Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005, at his studio in Los Angeles. After several well-publicized delays, Stevie Wonder's first studio album in 10 years, 'A Time to Love,' is due in stores October 18.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - When Stevie Wonder returned to the studio after a 10-year hiatus to record "A Time to Love," he was doing more than getting back to work. He was getting back to the message that has formed the cornerstone of his legendary career.


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DMX Case Pushed Back (E! Online)
E! Online - After missing his day in court last month due to illness, the rapper showed up on Tuesday only to have his case adjourned until Oct. 25.

Boy George faces 15 years if guilty on drug charge (Reuters)
Reuters - Singer Boy George faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted on charges of drug possession, while his lawyer said on Tuesday the flamboyant entertainer had no idea how 13 plastic bags of cocaine got in his apartment.

"O.C." Star Bares Memphis Soul (E! Online)
E! Online - When you think of soul music, Peter Gallagher of The O.C. is not exactly the first image that comes to mind.

DMX Hams It Up for the Media Outside Court (AP)
Rapper DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, enters Queens criminal court with his wife Tashera,Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, in New York. He attended a hearing in state Supreme Court on charges of reckless endangerment. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - DMX stood demurely, his hands clasped behind his back, as a judge adjourned his case for allegedly violating the conditions of his release following a car crash last year at John F. Kennedy International Airport.


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Eminem Prepares "Curtain Call" (E! Online)
E! Online - Reports of Eminem's impeding retirement may be a bit premature, as the rap phenomenon is set to release "at least" two brand new tracks on his upcoming greatest hits package, Curtain Call, his label announced Monday.

Stewart Gets Hollywood Walk of Fame Star (AP)
In this undated photo provided by J Records, Rod Stewart poses for photo.  (AP Photo/J Records, John Swannell)AP - Rod Stewart was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday in front of a crowd of screaming fans.


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Microsoft, RealNetworks Settle Lawsuit (AP)
Bill Gates, pictured July 2005, and Microsoft have agreed to pay 761 million dollars to RealNetworks in a deal that settles an antitrust suit and puts the former tech rivals in a partnership on digital music and games, the companies said.(AFP/File/Roslan Rahman)AP - Digital media company RealNetworks Inc. announced a legal settlement Tuesday with longtime adversary Microsoft Corp., ending the last major antitrust case against the world's largest software maker.


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Icahn Escalates Pressure on Time Warner (AP)
AP - Carl Icahn, the billionaire investor, stepped up his campaign for changes at Time Warner Inc. Tuesday, issuing a letter to shareholders accusing the company's executives of mismanagement and demanding new shareholder representation on the board.

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