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  • Copyright law likely not on artist Jeff Koons‘ side in battle over ‘Balloon Dog’ bookends — UnBeige
  • Liz Dribben, pioneering journalist and veteran CBS radio producer, dies at 73 — FishbowlNY
  • The Letterman curse? New York Knicks prone to losing streak after appearing on the show — SportsNewser
  • Syfy Digital picks up original web series ‘The Mercury Men’ — WebNewser
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Who’s A WGA Strike Winner? Gimme An E!

150.kardashians.logo.101907.jpg Well, we guess there’s a benefit to putting all your eggs in Kim Kardashian’s ass after all.

As the writers’ strike simmers, the network that boasts virtually no writers (nope, that 11-year-old on a stripper pole thing was not scripted), is expected to get a few more viewers, or so says Broadcasting and Cable:

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Obama | Judy Miller | Graydon Carter | David Letterman | Ann Moore: Time Inc. Needs More Failures | New York Mag To Move Downtown? | Wallpaper Eyes Details Editor

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  • Obama: Putting “deep freeze” on Fox News reporters? [Washington Post's Sleuth]
  • Judy Miller: Testifies at Libby trial. [WSJ]
  • Graydon Carter: Film untouched by buyers at Sundance. [Page Six]
  • New York Mag: To move downtown? [WWD]
  • Wallpaper: Eying Details editor Dan Peres to fill top spot. [WWD]
  • Fashion Mags: Spring previews. [MIN]
  • Ann Moore: Time Inc. needs more risks, failures. [Forbes]
  • Yahoo: To launch 100 entertainment Web sites. [NYT]
  • Letterman: To celebrate 25 years in late night. [Daily News]