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'Clear Day' Closing; Paramount's Insurge Success

• The Broadway revival of “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" will close at the end of the month, reported The New York Times. The new musical “Leap of Faith” will take its place at the St.James Theater and begin performances on April 3.

Los Angeles Times takes a look at Insurge, Paramount Pictures' experimental label behind 'The Devil Inside.' Paramount is looking for films that use social networks to promote themselves into must-see experiences.

• Starz has greenlit a series about the 13th century explorer Marco Polo. Given its track record of violence and nudity in its "historical" TV shows, like "Spartacus," I'm guessing this series won't be ones to watch with your kids. Read the story at Deadline.

• YouTube executive Robert Kyncl told Los Angeles Times that he thinks about 75 percent of channels will be transmitted by the Internet by 2020. So I suppose I should start saving up for a faster computer.

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