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Sept. 29, 2012
May 21, 2013
Entertainment in the nature of visual and audio performances, and musical, variety, news and comedy shows; Entertainment services, namely, the provision of continuing shows featuring variety delivered by television and internet; Entertainment, namely, a continuing variety show broadcast over television and internet; Entertainment, namely, production of television shows; Production and distribution of television shows and movies; Television show production; 100; 101; 107
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