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Poll at Odds With Katie Couric Move (AP)
This photo, supplied by NBC, shows Katie Couric on the set of NBC's 'Today' show in New York where she told viewers Wednesday, April 5, 2006, she's leaving NBC to join CBS, where she will become the first woman to anchor a network weekday evening newscast alone.(AP Photo/ NBC ,Lisa Berg)AP - Now that Katie Couric is making the move from dawn to dusk, her legacy and the future of CBS News depends on an audience that, according to a new poll, prefers to see her in the morning.


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Another 'Idol' Eliminated, Eight Remain (AP)
This photo, supplied by Fox Television, shows Crystal Covington, left, wife of 'American Idol' contestant Bucky Covington attending a segment of the show with friends, at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, March 22, 2006. She's taken a leave of absence in order to support her husband's bid on the television talent show.(AP Photo/Fox Television)AP - Did that really happen? In a surprise, soul singer Mandisa — also known as Man-"diva" — was voted off "American Idol" on Wednesday, proving that even judges' favorites aren't safe in the tense sing-off.


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Couric's Decision Raises More Questions (AP)
NBC 'Today' show co-host Katie Couric appears during a segment of the televison program in New York's Rockefeller Center, Wednesday April 5, 2006. On her 15th anniversary on 'Today,' Couric told viewers Wednesday she's leaving NBC to join CBS, where she will become the first woman appointed to anchor a network evening newscast alone. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - After months of conjecture surrounding Katie Couric, her decision to go to CBS now seems so inevitable.


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'Da Vinci Code' Paperback Sales Soar (AP)
This photo, supplied by Anchor Books, shows the cover of the paperback version of 'The Da Vinci Code.' More than 500,000 copies of Dan Brown's historical thriller sold in its first week of paperback release, and an initial printing of 5 million has been upped to 6 million, publisher Anchor Books told The Associated Press on Wednesday, April 5, 2006.(AP Photo/Anchor Books)AP - "The Da Vinci Code" is a smash in paperback, too.


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'Suge' Knight Sets a New 'Table' for Label (AP)
Marion 'Suge' Knight is seen in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, in this June 24, 2003 file photo. Knight is seeking federal bankruptcy protection for himself and his Death Row Records, his lawyer said in Los Angeles, Tuesday April 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Death Row Records chief Marion "Suge" Knight describes the bankruptcy protection filings he and his company made this week as "setting a new table."


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"Platoon" gets second shot at Cannes fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Twenty years after it was turned down for selection by the Cannes organizers, Oliver Stone's Vietnam drama "Platoon" will screen at the 2006 edition of the festival next month to coincide with a DVD re-release.

Third time lucky for Rolling Stones in China? (Reuters)
British legendary rock band Rolling Stones members, Mick Jagger (L), Keith Richards (C) and Charlie Watts. The Rolling Stones will finally play in China this weekend after a three-decade battle to win censorship approval, but there are few frenzied fans here awaiting the arrival of the British legends.(AFP/Jiji Press/File)Reuters - The Rolling Stones will be hoping it's third time lucky in their bid to perform in China this weekend, but it remains to be seen if the censor pulls the plug on some of their racier lyrics.


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IOC sees hike in 2010-2012 Games TV rights revenues (Reuters)
Reuters - The global broadcasting rights deal for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and 2012 London Summer Games is expected to be about 30 percent higher than the previous Turin/Beijing rights package, the IOC said on Thursday.

Home video spending falls in Q1 (Reuters)
Reuters - Consumer spending on video purchases and rentals fell 4.4% in the first quarter compared with last year, according to preliminary estimates by trade publication Home Media Retailing.

Bernhard "Bad & Beautiful" and sexy as hell (Reuters)
Reuters - Sandra Bernhard doesn't exactly walk onto the stage at the Daryl Roth Theater. She slinks, she ambles. She dares you not to applaud.

"Platoon" gets second shot at Cannes fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Twenty years after it was turned down for selection by the Cannes organizers, Oliver Stone's Vietnam drama "Platoon" will screen at the 2006 edition of the festival next month to coincide with a DVD re-release.

"Drake & Josh" kids TV duo set for big screen (Reuters)
Actors Josh Peck (R) and Drake Bell arrive at the Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards held in Los Angeles, California April 1, 2006.   REUTERS/Lucas JacksonReuters - Drake Bell and Josh Peck, stars of the hit Nickelodeon series "Drake & Josh," are graduating to the big screen.


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"Beckham" director doing "Dallas" (Reuters)
Reuters - "Bend It Like Beckham" director Gurinder Chadha is in talks to take the helm of "Dallas," a big-screen version of the '80s primetime soap.

Director Joanou swimming with "Sharky" remake (Reuters)
Reuters - Phil Joanou is attached to direct a remake of "Sharky's Machine," a 1981 movie that starred Burt Reynolds as a vice cop who hunts down a group of brutal bad guys.

Latest Hollywood script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - DreamWorks Animation has acquired the rights to develop and produce the computer-animated feature "Punk Farm," inspired by Jarrett J. Krosoczka's children's book.

Wal-Mart sells 'Brokeback' DVDs despite protests (Reuters)
Reuters - Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, went ahead with plans this week to sell DVD copies of the gay-themed film "Brokeback Mountain" despite protests from a Christian advocacy group.

'Da Vinci Code' Paperback Sales Soar (AP)
This photo, supplied by Anchor Books, shows the cover of the paperback version of 'The Da Vinci Code.' More than 500,000 copies of Dan Brown's historical thriller sold in its first week of paperback release, and an initial printing of 5 million has been upped to 6 million, publisher Anchor Books told The Associated Press on Wednesday, April 5, 2006.(AP Photo/Anchor Books)AP - "The Da Vinci Code" is a smash in paperback, too.


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Wal-Mart sells "Brokeback" DVDs despite protests (Reuters)
The box art for the DVD of the film 'Brokeback Mountain' is pictured in this undated publicity photograph April 4, 2006. The DVD went on sale for the first time April 4. NO SALES NO ARCHIVES  REUTERS/Universal Studios Home Entertainment/HandoutReuters - Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, went ahead with plans this week to sell DVD copies of the gay-themed film "Brokeback Mountain" despite protests from a Christian advocacy group.


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Universal: No Plans to Pull "United 93" Preview (E! Online)
It might have happened five years ago, but some New Yorkers 
 are--understandably--still shaken by 9-11 terrorist attacks.E! Online - It might have happened five years ago, but some New Yorkers are--understandably--still shaken by 9-11 terrorist attacks.


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Tom Cruise Says His Father Was 'A Bully' (AP)
Tom Cruise poses first screening of his  film 'Mission: Impossible-2'  in Germany, in the Cinedom movie theater  in Cologne, July 3, 2000. Cruise says his father was abusive and that school, where he faced other bullies, was difficult, in an upcoming issue of Parade magazine. (AP Photo/Hermann J. Knippertz)AP - Tom Cruise says his father was abusive and that school, where he faced other bullies, was difficult, in an upcoming issue of Parade magazine.


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Third time lucky for Rolling Stones in China? (Reuters)
British legendary rock band Rolling Stones members, Mick Jagger (L), Keith Richards (C) and Charlie Watts. The Rolling Stones will finally play in China this weekend after a three-decade battle to win censorship approval, but there are few frenzied fans here awaiting the arrival of the British legends.(AFP/Jiji Press/File)Reuters - The Rolling Stones will be hoping it's third time lucky in their bid to perform in China this weekend, but it remains to be seen if the censor pulls the plug on some of their racier lyrics.


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Van Hunt channels Prince at L.A. gig (Reuters)
Reuters - Early in his sold-out set on a rain-soaked Tuesday at the Roxy Theater, Van Hunt performed the song "Character," in which he asked, over a smoldering groove, "Who are you when heavy weather is blowing?"

Rolling Stones to Play First China Concert (AP)
Shanghai's Pudong financial district. The Rolling Stones will finally play in Shanghai this weekend after a three-decade battle to win censorship approval, but there are few frenzied fans here awaiting the arrival of the British legends.(AFP/File/Mark Ralston)AP - Having played before millions of fans worldwide over a four-decade career, there aren't many firsts left for rock icons the Rolling Stones. By the end of this week, there'll be one less, after their debut concert in mainland China.


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Punk band Flesh Eaters cooks again after 25 years (Reuters)
Reuters - Los Angeles film buffs are probably best acquainted with Chris Desjardins in his capacity as a programmer at the American Cinematheque, a movie preservation group that runs the historic Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

Chris Tomlin Big Winner at Dove Awards (AP)
Chris Tomlin accepts the award for male vocalist of the year at the Dove Awards show Wednesday, April 5, 2006 in Nashville, Tenn. The Dove Awards are presented for the best in gospel music. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)AP - Chris Tomlin took home artist of the year, male vocalist and song of the year honors at Wednesday's 37th annual Dove Awards.


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Another 'Idol' Eliminated, Eight Remain (AP)
This photo, supplied by Fox Television, shows Crystal Covington, left, wife of 'American Idol' contestant Bucky Covington attending a segment of the show with friends, at CBS Television City in Los Angeles, March 22, 2006. She's taken a leave of absence in order to support her husband's bid on the television talent show.(AP Photo/Fox Television)AP - Did that really happen? In a surprise, soul singer Mandisa — also known as Man-"diva" — was voted off "American Idol" on Wednesday, proving that even judges' favorites aren't safe in the tense sing-off.


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Singer Gene Pitney Dies at 65 in Wales (AP)
FILE--Singer and composer Gene Pitney is seen at his home in Somers, Conn., in this Aug. 6, 1997 file photo. Pitney, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame whose hits included 'Town Without Pity' and 'Only Love Can Break a Heart,' died Wednesday, April 5, 2006, at a hotel in Cardiff, Wales after playing a show, his agent said. He was 65. (AP Photo/Bob Child, File)AP - Gene Pitney, whose keening tenor voice produced a string of hits including "Town Without Pity" was found dead in his hotel room in Wales Wednesday following a concert that fans acclaimed as one of his best. He was 65.


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Madonna set to rough it in the California desert (Reuters)
Reuters - Madonna's not in the habit of performing at rock festivals. In fact, the Material Girl's never played any festivals. So it's understandable that the pop diva's recent addition to the April 29-30 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in southern California might've caused a double take or two.

Pearl Jam plots summer tour, Petty dates (Reuters)
Eddie Vedder (L), the lead singer in the rock band Pearl Jam, is seen performing in Los Angeles in a 2004 file photo. Following the June 3 close of the first leg of Pearl Jam's North American tour, the band will return to the road June 23 in Pittsburgh. (Jim Ruymen/Reuters)Reuters - Following the June 3 close of the first leg of Pearl Jam's North American tour, the band will return to the road June 23 in Pittsburgh. Fourteen dates are set for the second leg through a July 22 show at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Wash., with more to be expected.


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'Suge' Knight Sets a New 'Table' for Label (AP)
Marion 'Suge' Knight is seen in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, in this June 24, 2003 file photo. Knight is seeking federal bankruptcy protection for himself and his Death Row Records, his lawyer said in Los Angeles, Tuesday April 4, 2006. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - Death Row Records chief Marion "Suge" Knight describes the bankruptcy protection filings he and his company made this week as "setting a new table."


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