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CIVIC TOUR SET FOR RE-LAUNCH IN SPRING

Marketing Factory Inc. a Venice, Calif.-based entertainment marketing agency, has again been selected to produce Civic Tour 2002 by American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and their advertising agency, Rubin Postaer and Associates, based on the outstanding success of Civic Tour 2001, which featured pop-punk rockers blink-182 in major markets, followed by Everclear in secondary markets.

Last Updated: Feb 4, 2002

20TH CENTURY FOX TAPS YOUNG VEEP

Twentieth Century Fox has tapped Paramount exec Alex Young VP of production. Young, who will report to production prexy Hutch Parker, has been serving in a similar capacity at Par. He has been involved in shepherding projects including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and the upcoming Star Trek: Nemesis, The Core, The Sum of All Fears and Paycheck.

Last Updated: Feb 3, 2002

EIDOS RELEASES ONLY OLYMPIC 2002 TITLE

To ski like Picabo Street or Stefan Eberharter, all you need is a stout heart, fiery Olympic spirit and a good set of...thumbs. Those with zero athletic ability still can experience the rush of swishing down the treacherous slopes of the 2002 Winter Games by simply turning on the television and firing up a video game.

Last Updated: Feb 2, 2002

REZNOR SHINES WITH NEW LIVE ALBUM

The first seconds of Nine Inch Nails's first live album are a staggering blast of noise. The chaos soon materializes into the mechanical fury of Terrible Lie. The band continues in a similar vein through Sin, then steps it up for March of the Pigs. Hyper-psychotic thrash metal destroys your eardrums for about a minute and a half, then stops abruptly. A bright, catchy melody is played on piano and singer Trent Reznor asks, Now doesn't it make you feel better? Silence. Then the fury resumes.

Last Updated: Feb 2, 2002

BLOCKBUSTER RELEASE WEEKLY CHARTS

Video and DVD rental giants Blockbuster Video has released the top ten most popular rentals week ending February 1 2002 with Warner Bros animated adventure Cats & Dogs snatching the top spot for the second week running. Steven Spielberg’s CGI-based adventure SHREK and Bridget Jones Diary falls in behind Cats & Dogs to take second and third place respectively.

Last Updated: Feb 1, 2002

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