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August 24, 2004 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
Shane Walker has some counterintuitive plans for the new network he's trying to launch on college campuses. "One thing we're not allowing on our programming is cursing, gratuitous sex or violence," says Walker, a 38-year-old indie film producer whose U Network is set to launch Sept. 8. What the network will have, though, is "The W Show" -- a weekly program devoted to the president's reelection campaign.
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August 24, 2004 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
Shane Walker has some counterintuitive plans for the new network he's trying to launch on college campuses. "One thing we're not allowing on our programming is cursing, gratuitous sex or violence," says Walker, a 38-year-old indie film producer whose U Network is set to launch Sept. 8. What the network will have, though, is "The W Show" -- a weekly program devoted to the president's reelection campaign.
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September 20, 1994 | ADRIAN MAHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Shane Walker, it was a chance to retrieve some of his fashion sketches, a piano and a surfboard. Beverly Voran wanted some shelving and a last ocean view from her fifth-floor window. Victor Alferos got his framed pictures and a still-intact bottle of scotch.
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February 12, 1998 | BOB SIPCHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Adultery. In these souped-up, soap operatic times, when affairs political and sexual spark across airwaves in a wink, the term seems downright old-fashioned. In fact, since Clinterngate first hit the media fan, rumors have circulated that the traditional definition of adultery is just too confining for some sophisticates. There are those, it is said, who figure that in the 1990s, anything short of extramarital coitus--including oral sex--is kinda OK.
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