TV Shows Scale Back On Theme Songs

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Unlike most L.A. motorists, Kyack and his collaborators actively seek out the most congested sections of the highway. The tailgate sign tells other drivers how to tune in to the show's dialogue. Amy Walters/NPR hide caption

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'Superclogger': Free Theater On L.A.'s Freeways

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Verizon, Google Propose Web Traffic Rules

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Lynda Erkiletian (from left), Catherine Ommanney and Mary Schmidt Amons are three of the five women featured in the new Real Housewives of Washington, D.C. Only one of the five actually lives in the District. Kevin Wolf/Bravo hide caption

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Meet The 'Real Housewives' Of Washington, Not D.C.

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Angelina Jolie plays CIA agent Evelyn Salt in Salt, a would-be blockbuster. But Salt wasn't always a take-charge woman -- in the original script, the heroine was written as a hero to be played by Tom Cruise. Andrew Schwartz/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Heroine Chic: When Star Power Trumps Gender

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Introducing UltraViolet: Buy Your Digital Movie Once, Play It Anywhere?

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Court Strikes Down FCC Indecency Policy

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A portrait of the artist as an ordinary man. Random House Publishing Group hide caption

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Harvey Pekar Dies; Authored 'American Splendor'

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Kyra Sedgwick and Corey Reynolds star in the sixth season of The Closer. Karen Neal hide caption

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Power Player: Kyra Sedgwick Returns In 'The Closer'

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Mark Ruffalo stars as Paul, a sperm donor unexpectedly drawn into the lives of his children, in the new film The Kids Are All Right. Suzanne Tenner hide caption

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Mark Ruffalo, Navigating Dramas Onscreen And Off

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The Like onstage at The Echo during its residency. Carlton Beener hide caption

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No-Cover Mondays: L.A.'s Rock Residency Scene

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Cinematographers practice shooting live-action 3-D at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif. Beth Dubber/Sony Pictures Entertainment hide caption

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3D Boot Camp: A New Dimension For Live-Action Film

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Sea Salt Latte: Is 85C The Next Coffee Craze?

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