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BAFTA TV Nominations; Broadway Enjoys Spring Break

• "Boardwalk Empire," "Glee," and "Mad Men" will compete against each other at the BAFTA television awards. The Wrap has the story.

• Broadway scored big last week, likely due to school spring vacations, with 11 musicals raking in more than $1 million, reported New York Times.

• Since special-effects tend to be a necessity for summer blockbusters, Variety gives some insight into upcoming flicks and their visual f/x woes.

• Comcast is attempting to revitalize NBC, but that will not be easy. The Philadelphia Inquirer analyzes its arduous road.

The Hollywood Reporter said 20th Century Fox is beginning a new in-house writers studio dedicated to the development of original content. There are neither details on how to apply nor elaboration on "original," a foreign word in the land of remakes and sequels.

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