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EIDOS PLC WATCH SHARES RISE ON FTSE

Shares in Eidos PLC were higher by midmorning, reversing an opening weakness, as a meeting between the computer gamesmaker's management and analysts at UBS Warburg led the broker to advise that the recent sell-off is unjustified, dealers said.

Last Updated: Feb 13, 2002

VIACOM POSTS LOSS AMID ADVERTS SLUMP

Entertainment behemoth Viacom Inc. on Wednesday posted a fourth-quarter loss, hurt by weakness in the advertising market that is expected to continue in the current quarter. The company, which owns the CBS television network, MTV and the Paramount film studios, reiterated its forecast for double-digit cash flow growth this year but said the soft economic trends of the 2001 fourth quarter would persist.

Last Updated: Feb 13, 2002

TOMB RAIDER NEXT GENERATION JUICE

Tomb Raider Next Generation is, without doubt, this year's most anticipated title, propelling Lara Croft - the most successful video-game character in the history of the industry - onto the Sony Playstation II and PC platforms for what promises to be a highly charged, action packed and digitally re-rendered adventure penned for a five year incubation period.

Last Updated: Feb 12, 2002

FHM UP 71 PER CENT IN FIRST QUARTER 2002

FHM, the fastest growing magazine in the country, closed the first quarter of 2002 with a total of 133.3 pages, a 71 per cent increase over the same period last year. FHM's March 2002 issue carries 86.3 pages, representing a 59 per cent increase over the same issue last year. The announcement was made today by Dana Fields, executive publisher and president.

Last Updated: Feb 11, 2002

WORST FILM OF YEAR IS A CLOSE RACE

The Oscars are not the only race that is too close to call for film awards this year - there's a battle raging for the worst film of 2001, according to the 22nd annual Razzie award nominations announced Monday. The Razzies, which purposely names its nominees a day before the far, far more prestigious Oscar nominations are announced, said the fight for worst film has come down to five critical fiascoes: Driven, Freddy Got Fingered, Mariah Carey's Glitter, Pearl Harbor and 3000 Miles to Graceland, a near-forgotten tale of what happens when Elvis imitators go bad.

Last Updated: Feb 11, 2002

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