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  • TV viewing ticks up in 2007
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    BRUSSELS – Despite fears that the Internet is taking viewers away from the small screen, people are watching more television than ever, according to a report published Tuesday. The average daily television viewing times across the world grew to 187 minutes in 2007, up from 185 minutes in 2006 and[…]

  • Woody Allen sues over NY billboard
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Woody Allen asked a federal court on Monday to strip a clothing company known for its racy ads of at least $10 million for using his image on billboards and on the Internet. The lawsuit complained of an American Apparel ad featuring a frame from “Annie Hall,” a film that won Allen a best director Oscar. The actor-director said he does not endorse commercial products or services in the United States, which makes the billboards “especially egregious and damaging.”

  • Architects rally to stop Toronto studio rezoning
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Leading Canadian architects launched an eleventh-hour bid to stop plans to redevelop a major film studio on Toronto’s waterfront into a big box site anchored by a Wal-Mart. Other critics of a proposed rezoning of the Toronto Film Studios complex from industrial to retail development includes Jack Diamond, who designed Toronto’s new opera house, and Ken Greenberg, who designed a new master plan for Boston University. The complex recently hosted Marvel Entertainment’s $100 million “Incredible Hulk” shoot in Toronto.

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Archives for: April 20085
  • TV viewing ticks up in 2007
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    BRUSSELS – Despite fears that the Internet is taking viewers away from the small screen, people are watching more television than ever, according to a report published Tuesday. The average daily television viewing times across the world grew to 187 minutes in 2007, up from 185 minutes in 2006 and[…]

  • Woody Allen sues over NY billboard
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Woody Allen asked a federal court on Monday to strip a clothing company known for its racy ads of at least $10 million for using his image on billboards and on the Internet. The lawsuit complained of an American Apparel ad featuring a frame from “Annie Hall,” a film that won Allen a best director Oscar. The actor-director said he does not endorse commercial products or services in the United States, which makes the billboards “especially egregious and damaging.”

  • Architects rally to stop Toronto studio rezoning
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Leading Canadian architects launched an eleventh-hour bid to stop plans to redevelop a major film studio on Toronto’s waterfront into a big box site anchored by a Wal-Mart. Other critics of a proposed rezoning of the Toronto Film Studios complex from industrial to retail development includes Jack Diamond, who designed Toronto’s new opera house, and Ken Greenberg, who designed a new master plan for Boston University. The complex recently hosted Marvel Entertainment’s $100 million “Incredible Hulk” shoot in Toronto.

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Archives for: April 20085
  • TV viewing ticks up in 2007
    Wednesday April 02nd 2008

    BRUSSELS – Despite fears that the Internet is taking viewers away from the small screen, people are watching more television than ever, according to a report published Tuesday. The average daily television viewing times across the world grew to 187 minutes in 2007, up from 185 minutes in 2006 and[…]

  • Woody Allen sues over NY billboard
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Woody Allen asked a federal court on Monday to strip a clothing company known for its racy ads of at least $10 million for using his image on billboards and on the Internet. The lawsuit complained of an American Apparel ad featuring a frame from “Annie Hall,” a film that won Allen a best director Oscar. The actor-director said he does not endorse commercial products or services in the United States, which makes the billboards “especially egregious and damaging.”

  • Architects rally to stop Toronto studio rezoning
    Tuesday April 01st 2008

    Leading Canadian architects launched an eleventh-hour bid to stop plans to redevelop a major film studio on Toronto’s waterfront into a big box site anchored by a Wal-Mart. Other critics of a proposed rezoning of the Toronto Film Studios complex from industrial to retail development includes Jack Diamond, who designed Toronto’s new opera house, and Ken Greenberg, who designed a new master plan for Boston University. The complex recently hosted Marvel Entertainment’s $100 million “Incredible Hulk” shoot in Toronto.

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