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  2. Access Industries - Wikipedia

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    Access Industries has made a variety of contributions to political candidates in local, state and national elections in the United States. In May 2015, Access Industries launched Access Entertainment, a division headed up by former BBC Television boss Danny Cohen which specialises in investing in the entertainment media sector.

  3. Access - Wikipedia

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    Access Liberty, a sailing keelboat; Television. Access Hollywood, formerly Access, an American entertainment newsmagazine; Access (UK TV programme), a British entertainment television programme; Access (Canadian TV series), a Canadian television series (1974–1982) CTV 2 Alberta, a former Canadian educational television channel named Access

  4. Artix Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    Artix Entertainment is currently working on their first 3D game, AdventureQuest 3D. It features full cross-platform play, allowing players to access the game from a computer or mobile device. In 2019, the game featured a collaboration with the nu metal band Korn. Korn performed an in-game concert, and special challenges and Korn-related items ...

  5. Gaijin Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    Gaijin Entertainment is a Hungarian video game developer and publisher headquartered in Budapest. [1] [2] The company is mostly known for War Thunder , Crossout , Star Conflict , CRSED: F.O.A.D. (formerly known as Cuisine Royale ) and Enlisted .

  6. Entertainment Tonight - Wikipedia

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    A one-hour weekend edition, ET Weekend (known as Entertainment This Week until September 1991), originally offered a recap of the week's entertainment news, with most or all episodes later transitioning to center (either primarily or exclusively) around some sort of special theme; though the weekend edition now utilizes either format depending on the episode, most commonly, the format of those ...

  7. E3 - Wikipedia

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    E3 (short for Electronic Entertainment Expo or Electronic Entertainment Experience in 2021) is a trade event for the video game industry. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) organizes and presents E3, which many developers, publishers, hardware, and accessory manufacturers use to introduce and advertise upcoming games and game-related merchandise to retailers and to members of the press.

  8. VAP - Wikipedia

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    Venous access port, a medical port; Ventilator-associated pneumonia, sub-type of hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) Vertical auto profile, cholesterol, lipid and lipoprotein blood test; Vapour Pressure Deficit, physical effect; Vascular adhesion protein; VAP (company), a Japanese entertainment company

  9. Everything Everywhere All at Once - Wikipedia

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    Plot Part 1: Everything. Evelyn Quan Wang is a Chinese American immigrant who runs a struggling laundromat with her husband, Waymond. Tensions are high: the laundromat is being audited by the IRS, Waymond is trying to serve Evelyn divorce papers, Evelyn's demanding father Gong Gong has just arrived from Hong Kong, and Evelyn's lesbian daughter Joy has been trying to get her mother to accept ...