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February 2009
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/20/2009, Vol. 408 Issue 33, p2
The article presents various snippets related to the television and motion picture industry. This season ABC's television program "Lost," has been on a steady this season, but on Wednesday the mystery-thriller rebounded impressively. Film4, the moviemaking unit of Great Britain pubcaster Channel 4, is facing leaner times with even less cash backing than its current $15 million annual budget.


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