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Books Alive 2008 Ambassador Announced starstarstarstarstar   5th May 2008 - Views: 486 Books Alive 2008 ambassador announced Best-selling Australian crime writer Michael Robotham is the ambassador for Books Alive 2008.

Grammy-award Winning Artist Miri Ben-ari Enlists Star Power For A Good Cause starstarstarstarstar   1st May 2008 - Views: 483 Grammy-award Winning Artist Miri Ben-ari Enlists Star Power For A Good Cause Grammy-winning artist Miri Ben-Ari, aka the Hip-Hop Violinist and a third generation to Holocaust survivors, is launching a new campaign on behalf of her non-profit organization Gedenk ("remember" in Yiddish) to promote awareness and education about the Jewish Holocaust to young America.

Get Smart - New Tour Dates starstarstarstarstar   28th April 2008 - Views: 574 On Sunday JUNE 22, Carell, Hathaway and Segal will take “CONTROL” at the star- studded gala premiere followed by an exclusive after party where “Kaos” is sure to unfold.

Statement From The Nsw Dpp Regarding The Chasers starstarstarstarstar   28th April 2008 - Views: 624 Statement From The Nsw Dpp Regarding The Chasers On Thursday 6 September 2007, during the APEC Meeting in Sydney, two presenting members of The Chasers War on Everything ABC comedy/satire team were charged, along with six Chasers crew and production team members and three hire car drivers, with entering a restricted area without special justification, contrary to section 19(1) of the APEC Meeting (Police Powers) Act 2007.

Industry Rallies Around Usibc's Bollywood-hollywood Initiative At Las Vegas Show starstarstarstarstar   17th April 2008 - Views: 498 Industry Rallies Around Usibc's Bollywood-hollywood Initiative At Las Vegas Show The recently-released U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) study, ‘The Effects of Counterfeiting and Piracy on India’s Entertainment Industry’, served as a "call to arms" during the India super-session at the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The study, prepared for USIBC by Ernst & Young India, demonstrates that India’s burgeoning entertainment industry loses as much as 4 billion U.S. dollars and 800,000 direct jobs each year due to counterfeiting and piracy. The study was commissioned as part of the USIBC-FICCI Bollywood-Hollywood Initiative, which promotes the sustainable growth and convergence underway between the entertainment industries of the U.S.

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