Entertainment and Literature
- Lo (film), a 2009 independent film
- Law & Order (franchise), a number of related American television series created by Dick Wolf
- Lo Recordings A London based record company established in 1995
- Lost Odyssey, an RPG developed by Mistwalker exclusively for the Xbox 360
- Lo Bosworth, American television personality and author
- Left only, the left channel of the stereo Left only/Right only downmix
- Lo!, the third published nonfiction work of the author Charles Fort
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... Entertainment law covers an area of law which involves media of all types (TV, film, music, publishing, advertising, internet new media, etc.), and stretches over various legal fields ... For film, entertainment attorneys work with the actors agent to finalize the actor's contracts for projects ... After an agent lines up work for a star the entertainment attorney negotiates with the agent and buyer of the actor's talent for compensation and profit ...
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