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Who in the world watches the Oscars? By Lance Gould
The Academy Awards program claims to have billions of viewers in hundreds of countries. The truth is somewhat different. (03/23/00)

Who wants to save a network? By Christina Nunez
New for fall TV -- more buzz, a Gifford embargo and 1 million "Millionaires." (03/20/00)

Scooping the Oscars By Joe Mader
Does the Wall Street Journal know who will win? Not if the academy can help it. (03/15/00)

Age and the academy By Jeff Stark
A new study of Oscar nominees shows that older guys and younger women get the statuettes. (03/13/00)

"Disney, we have a problem" By the Salon arts staff
Film critics hoot at Brian De Palma's $100 million space epic. (03/11/00)

Needle and the damage done By Alex Pappademas
DJ Kid Koala demos "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome." (03/02/00)

Who really killed the video star? By Andy Dehnart
It took 18 years for MTV to air 1 million videos. How long will the next million take? We do the math. (03/01/00)

The next Pokémon? By Christina Nunez
Cartoonist to Disney: "Try to market depression." (02/24/00)

"Beauty" pageant By Andrew O'Hehir
Oscar nominations for suburban satire and Denzel Washington; "Mr. Ripley" and Jim Carrey snubbed. (02/16/00)

Jude looks like a lady By Merideth Finn
In the new Hollywood, men look like women, women look androgynous and no one is having sex. (02/10/00)

People have the power By Seth Mnookin
Patti Smith, David Byrne, Angelique Kidjo, Philip Glass and others throw a New Year's benefit party for Tibet. (02/09/00)

Everyone's a critic -- even Bill Clinton By Stephanie Zacharek
The president joins Roger Ebert at the movies. (02/08/00)

Entertainment Log: Who wants short shorts? By Mark Ebner
Short films are popping up all over the Net, and at Sundance 2000, they're hotter than at any time since Wile E. and the Road Runner were driven out of movie theaters. (01/31/00)

Entertainment Log: Golden Globes By Christina Nunez
A waking nightmare of style and celebrity: They had awards, we have questions. (01/25/00)

Entertainment Log: Sundance postcard By Mark Ebner
Film premieres and other opening night jitters -- our correspondent files his first festival dispatch. (01/22/00)

Entertainment Log: Lounge Axed By Neal Pollack
Good rock clubs die every month, but Chicago's finest was better than any of them. (01/19/00)

Entertainment Log: Forget Charlie Brown By Dave Cullen
Turns out, Charles Schulz was the real clown. (01/13/00)

Entertainment Log: Vampiros Lesbos By Donna Minkowitz
If "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is the hottest gay show on TV, why are all the characters straight? (01/12/00)

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