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How 'Black Nativity' Made Its Way To The Big Screen

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Drummer Chico Hamilton, West Coast Jazz Pioneer, Dies

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Edgar Quintero of the band Los Bukanas de Culiacan likens what he does in the narcocorrido genre to gangster rap. Shaul Schwarz/Cinedigm hide caption

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AK-47s, Accordions And Angels Of Death: Narcocorridos Hit The Big Screen

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Sean "Diddy" Combs speaks to reporters about his new network, Revolt, at the Television Critics Association press tour in July. Revolt is one of several new Comcast-distributed networks driven by and targeted at minority audiences. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Comcast Deal Puts New Minority-Run Channels In Play

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Canada Takes Cable A La Carte, But Don't Expect U.S. To Follow

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1 In 7 American Adults Don't Go Online

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In 'Dads,' Fox Uses Offensive Humor As A Selling Point

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East LA Homegirl Goes Hollywood

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Sound Pioneer Ray Dolby Dies At 80

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The Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown plans to leave the website to produce live forums on news topics. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown To Leave The Daily Beast

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Michael Weinstein of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (left) at a press conference in February to introduce AB 332, a statewide bill to require condom use by adult film performers. Bret Hartman/AP hide caption

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New HIV Cases Spotlight Adult Film Industry's Testing System

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Time Warner Cable Customers Miss Out On CBS

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In 'Alphabet' Mysteries, 'S' Is Really For Santa Barbara

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Karen Black and Kris Kristofferson were photographed together in 1972, when they co-starred in Cisco Pike, a saga of drug-ruined rockers and crooked cops. John Springer Collection/CORBIS hide caption

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Karen Black, Strange And Lovely, And Always Game

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A week after Eddie "Piolín" Sotelo's show was canceled, allegations of sexual harassment have surfaced. Valerie Macon/Getty Images hide caption

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Spanish-Language Radio Star Yanked Off The Air

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