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TV Junkie: PaleyFest2011 Begins Tonight With 'The Walking Dead'

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The Paley Center for Media's PaleyFest2011 starts tonight with "The Walking Dead" - we will be there: follow our tweets and check LAist for pics, interviews, video.
Tonight PaleyFest2011 begins at the Saban Theater and it will run through March 17th. This is a great weekend with AMC's "The Walking Dead" kicking off the festival tonight, followed by HBO's "True Blood" tomorrow. Tickets are still available for many of the nights. If you have questions you'd like us to ask about "The Walking Dead" or "True Blood" tweet them to me at @TheTVJunkie.
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