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Another 'Spider-Man' Injury; Gay Cable Founder Dies

• The actor who plays Peter Parker/Spider-Man at the Wednesday and Saturday matinees of  "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was injured yesterday, reported Newsday. Matthew James Thomas suffered a head inury backstage and went to the hopsital for stitches. According to the producers, the injury was "minor."

• Lou Maletta, the founder of the Gay Cable Network in 1982, has died at the age of 74. Read his obituary at The New York Times.

Deadline looks at the "hot trends" of the pilot season. Basically, networks are buying a lot of comedies, so starting working on your improv and then write it down.

• The U.S. Sentae voted down a bill that would have ended the FCC's attempt to regulate the Internet, a.k.a Net Neutrality. Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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