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    AFTRA, AFM Push FCC

    The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the American Federation of Musicians joined forces last week to demand that the Federal Communications Commission reform local-broadcasting regulation.

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    Modern Orthodox

    Daniel Goldfarb has written a hilarious comedy that is also a shrewd dramatization of the tensions between ultra-Orthodox and secular Jews.

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    Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit

    What can you say about Gerard Alessandrini's "Forbidden Broadway" franchise, which has been going for 23 years?

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    Actor Barry Primus has been selected to receive the Jean Dalrymple Life-Time Achievement Award from the American Theatre of Actors. Established in 1985 by Dalrymple herself, a prolific theatre producer who died in 1998, the award honors artists who have been working in the theatre for more than 30 years ...

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    Story Segues to TV with 2 Pilots for Fox

    Director Tim Story, a fast-rising feature star on the strength of this summer's "Fantastic Four" and 2002's "Barbershop," has signed a deal with Fox Broadcasting Co. to develop and direct two pilots.

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    'Doubt,' 'Hurlyburly' Top Lortel Nominations

    "Doubt," a revival of "Hurlyburly," and "Intimate Apparel" have each received five nominations for the 20th annual Lucille Lortel Awards.

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    Fascinating things happen to an actor when he

    Fascinating things happen to an actor when he begins making that transition from dashing young leading man to slightly older character type. Since arriving in L.A. five years ago, following several years in New York, Damon Kirsche is finding a wider array of roles open to him. Specializing in ...

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    CBS to Sell New 'Survivor' Episodes on CBS.Com

    New episodes of the popular 'Survivor' reality television series will be made available for download directly from CBS Corp.'s Web site, a first in network TV, the company said on Wednesday.

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    Sally and Tom (The American Way)

    Given the subject matter, the human rights message, and the earnest efforts involved in "Sally and Tom (The American Way)," one has every reason to hope for a first-rate show.

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    Tannenbaum, Paul Hitched for Comedy

    Actor Jarrad Paul has teamed with producer Eric Tannenbaum for a comedy project set up at NBC.