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November 5, 2012 | By Susan King
The drama "Broken" led the way Monday with nine nominations for the British Independent Film Awards, including best film.  Rufus Norris was nominated in the debut director and director categories. Also nominated were Tim Roth as lead actor and Cillian Murphy and Rory Kinnear as supporting actor. Ben Wheatley's "Sightseers" and Peter Strickland's "Berberian Sound Studio" earned seven nominations each. Joining those three titles in the category of best film are "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and "The Imposter.
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SPORTS
June 16, 2005 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Rupert Murdoch shocked the sports world in December 1993, bidding a then-whopping $1.58 billion over four years and wresting the NFL away from CBS for his upstart Fox network. The next step was to establish credibility by hiring the biggest name in football commentating, John Madden. To get him, Fox paid Madden a yearly salary of $8 million, far more than anyone else in sports television was making. Madden, 69, apparently is still the hottest announcer in sports TV.
SPORTS
September 15, 2006 | Larry Stewart
John Madden has a high-profile personal spotter working for him in the "NBC Sunday Night Football" booth -- lifelong friend John Robinson, the former USC and Los Angeles Rams coach. Madden and Robinson have been friends since they were fifth graders at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Daly City, Calif. Robinson, the Oakland Raiders' backfield coach in 1975 when Madden was the head coach, left the Raiders to become the head coach at USC in 1976. Now they are working together again.
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January 8, 1994 | LARRY STEWART
John Madden might eventually end up in ABC's "Monday Night Football" booth, replacing Dan Dierdorf, but Madden said Friday that reports that a deal has already been completed were not accurate. "I haven't decided on anything, and I won't until after the season," Madden said from his apartment in New York. "This is the fun part of the season and I want to enjoy it."
SPORTS
December 29, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE
What: Madden NFL '99 (PlayStation) Cost: $39.99 This latest version of the popular home video game has been on the market for more than four months, but its reputation continues to grow with players who appreciate the realism of the game. Former coach and current broadcaster John Madden hit the jackpot when he landed the deal to have this annual game--now in its ninth year--named after him.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 1992 | STEVEN HERBERT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
CBS' John Madden maintained his streak of winning a Sports Emmy each time he has been nominated and the network captured five other statuettes at the 13th annual Sports Emmy Awards. ABC, NBC, ESPN and Home Box Office captured five each. Madden was cited as the outstanding sports personality-analyst of 1991, beating out fellow CBS announcers Tim McCarver and Terry Bradshaw, ABC's Dan Dierdorf and Jim Valvano of ABC and ESPN.
SPORTS
March 7, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
The Indianapolis Colts have called a news conference for 9 a.m. PT Wednesday to announce the release of quarterback Peyton Manning, the centerpiece of their organization for 14 seasons and in many ways the face of the NFL. Both Colts owner Jim Irsay and Manning will participate. It's a sad end to an era for many people, among them John Madden, who told The Times he cannot envision Manning in another uniform. "Some guys deserve a happy ending, and he does," Madden said by phone.
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October 17, 1991 | ALAN C. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Madden, as one might imagine, is a tailgating kind of guy. And he likes his tailgating the way he likes his football: down and dirty. "If you have ribs and chicken, hell, you can't beat that," the CBS-TV football analyst and former Raider coach said. "And beans. And a good barbecue sauce. You just go in and leave the stuff hanging on you. Then you know you've been to a ballgame."
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March 19, 2012 | By Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times
Now that one shoe has dropped with Peyton Manning choosing the Broncos, some of the focus shifts to the other -- what happens to Tim Tebow? It's likely that Denver will trade Tebow as soon as possible, and in fact that might have been one of Manning's stipulations for picking the Broncos. After all, considering Tebow's popularity, Manning wouldn't want the distraction of a segment of the fan base pushing for a quarterback change after a bad game. So where is Tebow most marketable?
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