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Entertainment News Archive - August 13, 2008

Greenberg Glusker Jonathan Fitzgarrald, 310-785-6864 JFitzgarrald@ggfirm.com Logo: http://GreenbergGlusker.com Greenberg Glusker announces that entertainment attorneys Bert Fields and Bonnie E.

D.C.-based Online Media Company Expands Presence; Sees Strong Demand for Its Association-Related Advertising Offerings SmartBrief Inc. Media Contact: Kori Williams, 301-230-0045, ext.

Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager Fax from USA: 646-607-1907 Fax from rest of the world: +353-1-481-1716 press@researchandmarkets.com Logo: http://www.researchandmarkets.com Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ 83436b/television_radio) has announced the addition of the "Television & Radio Production Services (UK) - Portfolio Analysis" report to their offering.

LONDON, August 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Unicorn Media is a brand spanking new online entertainment hotspot offering a no strings way to make money off your artistic output.

By Claudia Puig Tom Cruise seems to have regained his cool in Tropic Thunder (*** out of four). Cruise's paunchy studio exec is easily the funniest role of his fairly straight-faced career.

By Bill Keveney *Mount Olympics. NBC's first three nights of the Beijing Summer Olympics, averaging 30.4 million viewers combined, easily surpassed the comparable nights of the 2004 Games in Athens (24 million). Friday's coverage (34.9 million) was the most-watched opening ceremony for a non-U.S.

By Steve Jones When Arthur Conley shouts "Do you like good music?" on Sweet Soul Music, the resounding response is "Yeah! Yeah!" Forty years later, fans are saying "Yeah! Yeah!" to a new wave of soul purveyors, who are spinning the sound forward.

Fox Head, Inc., an international leader in the youth lifestyle clothing market, and Loop'd Network(TM), the leading social network for action sports and youth culture, today launched the Fox Brigade community at www.foxbrigade.com.

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