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  • In New York and Elsewhere, Disputes Over Television Fees Lead to a Few Blackouts
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    It has become a common warning blaring on TV stations near the end of the year: this station might be blacked out come New Year’s Day. Viewers are being caught in the cross-fire as television stations argued for higher fees from cable and satellite distributors in a system called retransmission[…]

  • 2011: Seven film stories we never saw coming
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    The film world had its share of predictable turns this last year. “Harry Potter” went out with a bang. “Twilight” and “Transformers” earned a gazillion dollars (more). And 3-D continued to have us seeing double, the novelty now officially worn off. But the last 12 months were also full of unexpected twists — from a movie that had women saying things we hadn’t heard on-screen before, to a filmmaker who again was saying things he shouldn’t have been saying (but sort of had before). Here are seven of the year’s most notable surprises.

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  • In New York and Elsewhere, Disputes Over Television Fees Lead to a Few Blackouts
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    It has become a common warning blaring on TV stations near the end of the year: this station might be blacked out come New Year’s Day. Viewers are being caught in the cross-fire as television stations argued for higher fees from cable and satellite distributors in a system called retransmission[…]

  • 2011: Seven film stories we never saw coming
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    The film world had its share of predictable turns this last year. “Harry Potter” went out with a bang. “Twilight” and “Transformers” earned a gazillion dollars (more). And 3-D continued to have us seeing double, the novelty now officially worn off. But the last 12 months were also full of unexpected twists — from a movie that had women saying things we hadn’t heard on-screen before, to a filmmaker who again was saying things he shouldn’t have been saying (but sort of had before). Here are seven of the year’s most notable surprises.

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Archives for: January 20125
  • In New York and Elsewhere, Disputes Over Television Fees Lead to a Few Blackouts
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    It has become a common warning blaring on TV stations near the end of the year: this station might be blacked out come New Year’s Day. Viewers are being caught in the cross-fire as television stations argued for higher fees from cable and satellite distributors in a system called retransmission[…]

  • 2011: Seven film stories we never saw coming
    Monday January 02nd 2012

    The film world had its share of predictable turns this last year. “Harry Potter” went out with a bang. “Twilight” and “Transformers” earned a gazillion dollars (more). And 3-D continued to have us seeing double, the novelty now officially worn off. But the last 12 months were also full of unexpected twists — from a movie that had women saying things we hadn’t heard on-screen before, to a filmmaker who again was saying things he shouldn’t have been saying (but sort of had before). Here are seven of the year’s most notable surprises.

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