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  • Post-strike TV production ramps up
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Post-strike TV production in Hollywood has been getting back on its feet but remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency Film L.A. Features, on the other hand, saw little impact from the strike and a 25% increase once the work stoppage ended, rising to 36 from 25 during the two-week post-strike period. Studios have been stockpiling features as a hedge against a possible actors strike this summer.

  • Videotron accelerates in Canada
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Canadian cable operator Vidéotron is now delivering speedy broadband Internet to 112,000 cable households in Quebec after a successful year-long test of channel-bonding technology from Cisco Systems. On Feb. 6, the company announced two new residential services that deliver download speeds of 30 Megabits per second and 50 Mbps, respectively.[…]

  • Majors vow to reclaim Oscar spotlight
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    For the past few years, the studios’ niche divisions have dominated the Academy Awards. What would it take to see more studio-centric pics as Oscar contenders?

  • Debates keep networks in Fox hunt
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    Like a heavyweight prizefight, Obama vs. Clinton has energized the American viewing public, funneling record numbers of viewers to CNN and MSNBC. But when the Democrats finally settle on a nominee, will these advancing cable newsies be able to do anything about the 800-pound gorilla that is Fox News?

  • Cannes premiere for ‘Indiana Jones’
    Saturday March 01st 2008

    Parlez-vous Francais, Indiana Jones? The long-awaited fourth installment of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg’s period action-adventure pic will debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, May 18. That’s four days before “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” opens day-and-date worldwide May 22. The cast, which includes[…]

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Archives for: March 20085
  • Post-strike TV production ramps up
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Post-strike TV production in Hollywood has been getting back on its feet but remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency Film L.A. Features, on the other hand, saw little impact from the strike and a 25% increase once the work stoppage ended, rising to 36 from 25 during the two-week post-strike period. Studios have been stockpiling features as a hedge against a possible actors strike this summer.

  • Videotron accelerates in Canada
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Canadian cable operator Vidéotron is now delivering speedy broadband Internet to 112,000 cable households in Quebec after a successful year-long test of channel-bonding technology from Cisco Systems. On Feb. 6, the company announced two new residential services that deliver download speeds of 30 Megabits per second and 50 Mbps, respectively.[…]

  • Majors vow to reclaim Oscar spotlight
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    For the past few years, the studios’ niche divisions have dominated the Academy Awards. What would it take to see more studio-centric pics as Oscar contenders?

  • Debates keep networks in Fox hunt
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    Like a heavyweight prizefight, Obama vs. Clinton has energized the American viewing public, funneling record numbers of viewers to CNN and MSNBC. But when the Democrats finally settle on a nominee, will these advancing cable newsies be able to do anything about the 800-pound gorilla that is Fox News?

  • Cannes premiere for ‘Indiana Jones’
    Saturday March 01st 2008

    Parlez-vous Francais, Indiana Jones? The long-awaited fourth installment of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg’s period action-adventure pic will debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, May 18. That’s four days before “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” opens day-and-date worldwide May 22. The cast, which includes[…]

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Archives for: March 20085
  • Post-strike TV production ramps up
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Post-strike TV production in Hollywood has been getting back on its feet but remains well behind the levels of a year ago, according to permitting agency Film L.A. Features, on the other hand, saw little impact from the strike and a 25% increase once the work stoppage ended, rising to 36 from 25 during the two-week post-strike period. Studios have been stockpiling features as a hedge against a possible actors strike this summer.

  • Videotron accelerates in Canada
    Monday March 03rd 2008

    Canadian cable operator Vidéotron is now delivering speedy broadband Internet to 112,000 cable households in Quebec after a successful year-long test of channel-bonding technology from Cisco Systems. On Feb. 6, the company announced two new residential services that deliver download speeds of 30 Megabits per second and 50 Mbps, respectively.[…]

  • Majors vow to reclaim Oscar spotlight
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    For the past few years, the studios’ niche divisions have dominated the Academy Awards. What would it take to see more studio-centric pics as Oscar contenders?

  • Debates keep networks in Fox hunt
    Sunday March 02nd 2008

    Like a heavyweight prizefight, Obama vs. Clinton has energized the American viewing public, funneling record numbers of viewers to CNN and MSNBC. But when the Democrats finally settle on a nominee, will these advancing cable newsies be able to do anything about the 800-pound gorilla that is Fox News?

  • Cannes premiere for ‘Indiana Jones’
    Saturday March 01st 2008

    Parlez-vous Francais, Indiana Jones? The long-awaited fourth installment of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg’s period action-adventure pic will debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, May 18. That’s four days before “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” opens day-and-date worldwide May 22. The cast, which includes[…]

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