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Articles from Variety (April 2, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'G.I. Joe' B.O. blitz means third mission's on tap. Stewart, Andrew 480
A change of 'View' for Barbara Walters. Steinberg, Brian Brief article 175
Aamir Khan. Brief biography 270
Advertisers develop taste for blood and guts: marketers are no longer afraid of integration deals on edgy shows --if they follow a few simple rules. Steinberg, Brian 786
An inventive, erotic Da Vinci? Elementary! Lowry, Brian Television program review 625
Argentina. Hopewell, John Country overview 632
AT&T ponders life outside the U-verse with Broadband TV. Cohen, David 365
BBC Worldwide captain steers ship on new course: genres galore in play amid reorganization, with an emphasis on becoming self-starters. Clarke, Steve 661
Buyers addicted to old formats, with new twist: competition carnival has worldwide appeal--especially shows with interactive elements. Albiniak, Paige 946
Celebs prep for olympics smackdown: a cadre of thesps are ready to fight the IOC decision to drop wrestling starting in 2020. Chetwynd, Josh 385
Citizen Kanin: Academy's feminist prez. Dagan, Carmel Brief article 314
Clashing styles spells magic. Cohen, David S. Interview 672
Court won't shut down Aereo. Johnson, Ted Brief article 105
Daytime TV impact honorees. 4377
Deals break roadblocks on high-profile pics. Kroll, Justin 664
FCC Chairwoman: yes, it could happen: Genachowski exit prompts calls for female nominees--and there's no shortage of qualified candidates. Johnson, Ted 646
Global village. Barraclough, Leo; Hopewell, John; Keslassy, Elsa; Ramachandran, Naman; Vivarelli, Nick 1185
Good words for 'Bad Boys': originality, generosity and oddball humor have endeared Penn & Teller to friends and rivals alike. Fitz-Gerald, Sean 500
Grown up, but not grown out. Benedict, David Theater review 707
Guilds? Nah. Here's who the VFX biz needs: agents are capable of the ultimate special effect: making it rain money for undervalued companies. Cohen, David S. 660
Have Spacey, will travel: U.S. online hit House of Cards is a frequent flyer offline in dozens of countries--and counting. Marich, Robert 632
Hearst transplant: Swartz to succeed Bennack as CEO. Littleton, Cynthia Brief article 164
Int'l auds embrace Brit-centric shows. Clarke, Steve Brief article 285
Israel's engine of TV exports: Keshet Intl. execs go with their gut in mounting an ambitious plan to expand in major territories. Kamin, Debra 603
Jungle of jobs takes toll on veteran scribes: flood of competition, new outlets puts squeeze on middle-class scribes. Littleton, Cynthia 692
Kinder, gentler alien snatches silly sci-fi fun. Foundas, Scott Movie review 1056
Knight's in Mood for Love. Kroll, Justin Interview 306
Latest Writers Guild of America report reveals 85% of members are grateful to be white males. Brief article 325
Let my content go! Eric; Gamberg, Alex; Mogir, Joe Letter to the editor 270
Lucrative legacies. Morris, Christopher 2210
Many bells, few whistle. Product/service evaluation 140
Marlowe builds Mysterious Castle: ABC's hit crimer cracks the 100-episode milestone with a mix of romantic intrigue and Fillion's fanbase. Dawn, Randee Interview 510
Meatheaded Sequel Is G.I. Joke. Chang, Justin Movie review 905
Music producer pushed boundaries. Barker, Andrew Obituary 190
Must attend. Calendar 279
New kid in the console game. Graser, Marc Company overview 329
No midlife crisis on this birthday: MipTV evolves and thrives amid fond memories of past--though happily with less cigarette smoke. Clarke, Steve 727
Online soaps an intriguing prospect: digital revivals of All My Children and One Life to Live Poised to be game changers, but predictions vary on their potential. Mahoney, Michael 566
Party on! Paul Dreher is invisible force behind the BevHilton's big bashes making the impossible happen. Fitz-Gerald, Sean Executive profile 350
Passion for the bigscreen: Buenos Aires independent fest spotlights the best of local pic preems for international cinema lovers. Barraclough, Leo 381
Re: Peter Bart's memo. Blyth, Jeff; Zak Letter to the editor 271
Reboot for local showcase: fest's lab inks global pacts for pics. Hopewell, John; Newbery, Charles Brief article 153
Remember. Dore, Shalini Obituary 423
Rhythm & Hues cues new life: Prana purchase offers lifeline for VFX Co. Cohen, David S. Brief article 219
Soaps' bubble hasn't popped: fewer in number but hanging tough in ratings, scripted dramas remain the marquee event at the Daytime Emmys. Young, Susan 570
Sony in retrograde. Product/service evaluation 183
Spellbound through the years. Salemi, Michelle Brief article 168
Still conquering showbiz worlds: The Penn & Teller empire comprises feature films, books, television and legit theater. Cohen, David S. Brief article 306
TBS happy with Conan O'Brien; net extends contract to 2015. Steinberg, Brian Brief article 170
Teller speaks! The act's silent partner actually has plenty to say--if you know where to listen. Cohen, David S. Interview 347
Tentpole Torpor Stalls Hollywood's Dream Machine: even as the biz prospers financially, blockbuster dependency stifles innovation at the majors. Bart, Peter 779
The 4K ripple effect makes waves for TV. Cohen, David 650
The big bet that could change TV. Wallenstein, Andrew 4148
The making of ... DirecTV goes Rogue in pay TV fray: following Netflix's lead, satcaster hedges its bets by partnering with Momentum and eOne in the hopes of luring subs and generating buzz. Chagollan, Steve 607
The on-demand generation. Olanow, Alessandra Brief article 257
To help, just add water: Cirque du Soleil's maestro and his One Drop Foundation are working to help 1 billion people get the clean water that they need. Cohen, David S. 444
Triple threat: FX to unleash clone channel: launch of FX spinoff FXX aims to court younger auds and give News Corp. more amino with marketers. Steinberg, Brian 651
TV Guide: Price is Right for CBS. Abrams, Rachel; Littleton, Cynthia 299
TV, turf wars and the Zeitgeist. Mark Letter to the editor 300
Vimeo killed the radio star: it's hard for acts to sustain success in a world where the music just doesn't scale anymore. Lefsetz, Bob 765
Warnings on tattoos, songs & Kubrick. Hofler, Robert 437
What the biz is talking about this week--and what it really means. Saperstein, Pat Brief article 213
Will windows winnow? Marich, Robert 536

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