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Kid Rock Screens Spade Film Before Show (AP)
Entertainer Kid Rock is greeted by fans prior to the start of the Daytona 500 auto race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., Sunday, Feb. 19, 2006. Kid Rock treated a few locals to private showing of the new movie 'Benchwarmers' after performing for students at Clemson University in South Carolina Thursday, April 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Terry Renna)AP - Kid Rock treated a few locals to private showing of the new movie "Benchwarmers" after performing for students at nearby Clemson University.


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Post Gossip Reporter Says He Was Set Up (AP)
Billionaire financier Ron Burkle, is seen in an April, 1997, file photo. A gossip writer for the New York Post has been suspended pending the outcome of a federal investigation into whether he tried to extort money from Burkle, the newspaper said. Jared Paul Stern, who worked as a freelancer for the newspaper's Page Six column, is suspected of demanding $100,000 and an annual $10,000 stipend from Burkle in exchange for not writing negative stories about him, the Post said in a story Thursday, April 6, 2006, on its Web site. (AP Photo/Bob Riha Jr.)AP - A New York Post gossip writer accused of trying to extort money from a billionaire businessman for positive press coverage said Sunday he was set up.


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Comcast, Sony to Debut New Horror Channel (AP)
AP - Comcast Corp. and Sony Pictures Entertainment will unveil a new horror and thriller network this Halloween through video-on-demand, the first collaboration between the two companies under a deal to create new cable channels.

'Ice Age' Frozen Atop Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by 20th Century Fox, Manny the woolly mammoth, voiced by Ray Romano, gets some troubling news from Fast Tony, voiced by Jay Leno, in 'Ice Age The Meltdown.'   (AP  Photo/20th Century Fox)AP - Score one for the prehistoric animals. The 20th Century Fox family tale "Ice Age: The Meltdown" took in $34.5 million to remain the No. 1 movie for a second straight weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.


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Couric's Move May Give CBS Evening Boost (AP)
Katie Couric, pictured in this April 5, 2006 photo on her 15th anniversary on NBC's 'Today' show, will switch from mornings to evenings as the anchor of CBS News' network newscast. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Stack a quarter for every obituary written about the network evening newscasts and soon there would be enough to pay Katie Couric's salary at CBS.


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Arnett sends "Ambassador" to Paramount, DreamWorks (Reuters)
Reuters - With "Arrested Development" presumed dead, actor Will Arnett, a member of its ensemble cast, is getting ready to embark on an ambassadorship.

Doors celebrating 40th anniversary with busy slate (Reuters)
A fan holds an album by The Doors and a candle near the tomb of late singer Jim Morrison in Paris, December 8, 2003. As the Doors' surviving members gear up for the band's 40th anniversary, there is a possibility that their music may be used in commercials for the first time. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - As the Doors' surviving members gear up for the band's 40th anniversary -- with plans for a comprehensive boxed set, reissues, merchandise and an interactive Las Vegas attraction -- there is a possibility that their music may be used in commercials for the first time.


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Disney to make TV shows available free on Web: report (Reuters)
The stars of Desperate Housewives are seen in an undated publicity photo. Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as 'Desperate Houswives' and 'Lost' available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as "Desperate Houswives" and "Lost" available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday.


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Disney to make TV shows available free on Web: report (Reuters)
The stars of Desperate Housewives are seen in an undated publicity photo. Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as 'Desperate Houswives' and 'Lost' available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday. REUTERS/PRNewsFotoReuters - Walt Disney Co. plans to make TV shows such as "Desperate Houswives" and "Lost" available for free over the Internet in an attempt to bring in new advertising revenues, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday.


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Mel Brooks thinks it's time for Frankenstein to dance (Reuters)
In this file photo, actor, writer and director Mel Brooks waves as he arrives at the Universal Studios Focus Features and NBC Golden Globes after-party in Beverly Hills, California, January 16, 2006. Mel Brooks thinks it is almost time for Frankenstein to sing and dance on Broadway. EUTERS/Fred Prouser (Reuters)Reuters - Mel Brooks thinks it is almost time for Frankenstein to sing and dance on Broadway.


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Arnett sends "Ambassador" to Paramount, DreamWorks (Reuters)
Reuters - With "Arrested Development" presumed dead, actor Will Arnett, a member of its ensemble cast, is getting ready to embark on an ambassadorship.

Gabel to "Spring" into action for Paramount (Reuters)
Reuters - Paramount Pictures has tapped Shainee Gabel to adapt Sharon Krum's novel "The Thing About Jane Spring."

Deep freeze good for b.o. as "Ice" wins (Reuters)
Reuters - The prehistoric pachyderms of 20th Century Fox's "Ice Age: The Meltdown" weren't in any danger of extinction as the animated hit easily hung on to the top spot in its second weekend of release.

Prison official punished over "Brokeback" screening (Reuters)
Reuters - A Massachusetts correctional officer is being disciplined for showing the gay cowboy movie "Brokeback Mountain" to inmates at the state's largest prison because his boss determined that the film includes content inappropriate for a prison setting.

Tribeca Film Festival embraces music (Reuters)
In this file picture, singer Elvis Costello poses for photographers at a fund raiser for the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance in New York, March 15, 2006. New York's Tribeca Film Festival is greatly expanding its musical offerings this year, with Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint and John Mayer among the artists set to perform. (Keith Bedford/Reuters)Reuters - New York's Tribeca Film Festival is greatly expanding its musical offerings this year, with Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint and John Mayer among the artists set to perform.


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Friendly fire wounds day-and-date release movement (Reuters)
Reuters - In the search for a new distribution paradigm -- as movie distributors, exhibitors and cable companies rejigger their release windows -- the conflicting interests of two leading experimenters are colliding.

"Meltdown" splash grows bigger overseas (Reuters)
Reuters - Lacking strong family-film competition and buoyed by traditional holiday periods, 20th Century Fox International's "Ice Age: The Meltdown" dominated the international box office for the second weekend in a row, grossing a whopping $93 million at 8,125 screens in 48 markets.

Ford to celebrate birthday at Cinematheque tribute (Reuters)
Reuters - Glenn Ford will make his first public appearance in 15 years when the American Cinematheque salutes the actor May 1 on the occasion of his 90th birthday at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

'Ice Age' Frozen Atop Box Office (AP)
In this photo provided by 20th Century Fox, Manny the woolly mammoth, voiced by Ray Romano, gets some troubling news from Fast Tony, voiced by Jay Leno, in 'Ice Age The Meltdown.'   (AP  Photo/20th Century Fox)AP - Score one for the prehistoric animals. The 20th Century Fox family tale "Ice Age: The Meltdown" took in $34.5 million to remain the No. 1 movie for a second straight weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.


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No Meltdown for "Ice Age" (E! Online)
Ice Age: The Meltdown kept raking in the cool millions to 
 remain the main attraction at the multiplex for the second weekend in a 
 row.E! Online - Ice Age: The Meltdown kept raking in the cool millions to remain the main attraction at the multiplex for the second weekend in a row.


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Doors celebrating 40th anniversary with busy slate (Reuters)
A fan holds an album by The Doors and a candle near the tomb of late singer Jim Morrison in Paris, December 8, 2003. As the Doors' surviving members gear up for the band's 40th anniversary, there is a possibility that their music may be used in commercials for the first time. (John Schults/Reuters)Reuters - As the Doors' surviving members gear up for the band's 40th anniversary -- with plans for a comprehensive boxed set, reissues, merchandise and an interactive Las Vegas attraction -- there is a possibility that their music may be used in commercials for the first time.


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Kid Rock Screens Spade Film Before Show (AP)
Entertainer Kid Rock is greeted by fans prior to the start of the Daytona 500 auto race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., Sunday, Feb. 19, 2006. Kid Rock treated a few locals to private showing of the new movie 'Benchwarmers' after performing for students at Clemson University in South Carolina Thursday, April 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Terry Renna)AP - Kid Rock treated a few locals to private showing of the new movie "Benchwarmers" after performing for students at nearby Clemson University.


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Coca-Cola goes "Stageside" for music, P2P marketing (Reuters)
A pedestrian passes a large Coca-Cola sign in a 2004 file photo. Rather than share the sponsor spotlight like it must on 'American Idol,' Coca-Cola North America opted to create its own music program. Taking the concept even further, the soft drink giant is bypassing traditional television to get 'Stageside' out to its target audience. (Will Burgess/Reuters)Reuters - Rather than share the sponsor spotlight like it must on "American Idol," Coca-Cola North America opted to create its own music program. Taking the concept even further, the soft drink giant is bypassing traditional television to get "Stageside" out to its target audience.


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Billboard album reviews: Daniel Powter, Cassandra Wilson (Reuters)
Reuters - Newcomer Daniel Powter dominated international charts in 2005 with this debut album and its lead single, "Bad Day.

K-Fed: Blinded with Sampling? (E! Online)
Hyperbole aside, K-Fed is working hard to live up to his 
 self-proclaimed stature as 'America's Most Hated.' This week, he added 
 another name to the enemy list.E! Online - Hyperbole aside, K-Fed is working hard to live up to his self-proclaimed stature as "America's Most Hated." This week, he added another name to the enemy list.


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New Orleans R&B star begins posthumous mayoral bid (Reuters)
Ernie K-Doe (L), the self proclaimed 'Emperor of the World,' and his wife Antoinette, perform at the 31st annual Jazz and Heritage Festival at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans in this May 4, 2000 file photo. Antoinette, the widow of the flamboyant rhythm-and-blues singer who has been dead for almost 5 years, has launched his tongue-in-cheek campaign for the April 22, 2006 New Orleans mayoral election. (David Rae Morris/Files/Reuters)Reuters - Ernie K-Doe has some big hurdles to overcome to win his bid for mayor of hurricane-ravaged New Orleans: he lacks the political experience and financial clout of many of his rivals.


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Singer Robbie Williams takes new step into digital music (Reuters)
Singer Robbie Williams performs after receiving the Best International Male Artist of the Year award at the 2006 NRJ Music Awards at the Palais des Festival in Cannes in this January 21, 2006 file photo. A new mobile phone that includes a link into Williams' Web site and plays his songs is another step in a 'digital revolution' that the recording industry must take advantage of, not spurn, his manager said April 9, 2006. REUTERS/Pascal Guyot/PoolReuters - A new mobile phone that includes a link into Robbie Williams' Web site and plays his songs is another step in a "digital revolution" that the recording industry must take advantage of, not spurn, his manager said.


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Stones Censored but Raucous at China Show (AP)
Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones, performs in the 8,000-seat Shanghai Grand Stage in Shanghai, China, Saturday April 8, 2006.  The Rolling Stones opened their first-ever concert in mainland China on Saturday with 'Start Me Up,' a song with suggestive lyrics that apparently made it past the censors who banned five other songs. The concert was the band's first in mainland China, after an earlier scheduled performance was cancelled in 2003 due to the SARS crisis. (AP Photo/Greg Baker)AP - Strutting, preening and greeting the audience in Chinese, the Rolling Stones made their debut in mainland China on Saturday in a censored — but still raucous — show.


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Official Wants to Offer B.I.G. Reward (AP)
Notorious B.I.G., who won rap artist and rap single of the year, holds his awards at the podium during the annual Billboard Music Awards in New York, on Dec. 6, 1995. A Los Angeles city councilman wants to offer a $50,000 public reward for leads in the unsolved murder of rapper Notorious B.I.G. Councilman Dennis Zine proposed Friday, April 7, 2006 to offer the reward for 60 days. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)AP - A city councilman wants to offer a $50,000 public reward for leads in the unsolved murder of rapper Notorious B.I.G. Councilman Dennis Zine proposed Friday to offer the reward for 60 days.


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Netrebko Romps Through Met's 'Pasquale' (AP)
Anna Netrebko, standing, performs as Norina alongside Mariusz Kwiecien performing as Dr. Malatesta during the final dress rehearsal of Gaetano Donizetti's 'Don Pasquale' at the Metropolitan Opera, Wednesday, March 29, 2006 in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - This will go down as the season Metropolitan Opera audiences fell in love with Anna Netrebko.


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