- The Library of Congress has added Back to the Future, Dances With Wolves, and 23 other movies to the National Film Registry, UPI reports.
- The Police were the top-grossing live act of 2007, followed by Kenny Chesney, Variety reports.
- The Hollywood Reporter writes that David Letterman and the WGA have yet to reach a deal that would allow Letterman to come back on air with his writers.
- Who's happy about the writers' strike? The video game industry is pretty pumped, the Associated Press reports.
- According to the New York Daily News product placement is outselling ads on television. It looks like we can look forward to more blatant advertising on 30 Rock.
- In January iTunes will announce a video service enabling users to rent movies for 24 hours to the tune of $2 to $5 per film. According to Variety, Fox and Disney are already onboard.
- Chris Crocker and Obama Girl are among the most watched clips on YouTube in 2007, writes Reuters
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