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  • DVR retunes television
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    TV’s fastest growing network isn’t a network at all — it’s the DVR. Viewers significantly upped their DVR use during premiere week, helping to bolster sampling for several new series. “This time of the year, the DVR is definitely a positive for the networks,” said CBS chief research officer David[…]

  • Internet influences film audiences
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    If marketing mavens want to reach younger moviegoers when promoting their films, they need to embrace social networks or risk being ignored. That was the overall message of Moviegoers 2010, the first report on moviegoing habits produced by Stradella Road, the entertainment marketing firm founded by former New Line Web[…]

  • George Clooney movies going head to head
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    The always-crowded holiday movie season has its first controversy, with rival studios each slotting a George Clooney movie within a week of one another and nobody happy about the situation. At this point, Overture has “The Men Who Stare at Goats” — a war-themed dark comedy — set for wide release on Nov. 6. One week later, Paramount has a limited opening penciled in for “Up in the Air,” a dramatic comedy that generated big positive buzz at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Polanski arrest puts ‘The Ghost’ on hold
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    Roman Polanski’s arrest in Switzerland has left his latest film in limbo, with several months of work before the political thriller is ready for theaters. Polanski’s agent, ICM chief Jeff Berg, said Polanski had completed much of the editing on “The Ghost.” But other postproduction work, including music scoring and sound mixing, had yet to be done, Berg said. Polanski was arrested over the weekend in Zurich, where he had traveled to receive a lifetime achievement award from a film festival. His lawyer said Polanski will fight U.S. attempts to have him returned to the U.S.

  • Nickelodeon launching in Canada
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    It took 30 years of battling protectionism, but Canadian broadcaster Corus Entertainment has pacted with MTV Networks International to finally launch Nickelodeon in Canada. Toronto-based Corus on Monday said a 24-hour Nickelodeon channel tailored exclusively to the Canadian market will launch November 2. Nickelodeon will launch as a digital, stand-alone channel in Canada.

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Archives for: September 20095
  • DVR retunes television
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    TV’s fastest growing network isn’t a network at all — it’s the DVR. Viewers significantly upped their DVR use during premiere week, helping to bolster sampling for several new series. “This time of the year, the DVR is definitely a positive for the networks,” said CBS chief research officer David[…]

  • Internet influences film audiences
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    If marketing mavens want to reach younger moviegoers when promoting their films, they need to embrace social networks or risk being ignored. That was the overall message of Moviegoers 2010, the first report on moviegoing habits produced by Stradella Road, the entertainment marketing firm founded by former New Line Web[…]

  • George Clooney movies going head to head
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    The always-crowded holiday movie season has its first controversy, with rival studios each slotting a George Clooney movie within a week of one another and nobody happy about the situation. At this point, Overture has “The Men Who Stare at Goats” — a war-themed dark comedy — set for wide release on Nov. 6. One week later, Paramount has a limited opening penciled in for “Up in the Air,” a dramatic comedy that generated big positive buzz at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Polanski arrest puts ‘The Ghost’ on hold
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    Roman Polanski’s arrest in Switzerland has left his latest film in limbo, with several months of work before the political thriller is ready for theaters. Polanski’s agent, ICM chief Jeff Berg, said Polanski had completed much of the editing on “The Ghost.” But other postproduction work, including music scoring and sound mixing, had yet to be done, Berg said. Polanski was arrested over the weekend in Zurich, where he had traveled to receive a lifetime achievement award from a film festival. His lawyer said Polanski will fight U.S. attempts to have him returned to the U.S.

  • Nickelodeon launching in Canada
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    It took 30 years of battling protectionism, but Canadian broadcaster Corus Entertainment has pacted with MTV Networks International to finally launch Nickelodeon in Canada. Toronto-based Corus on Monday said a 24-hour Nickelodeon channel tailored exclusively to the Canadian market will launch November 2. Nickelodeon will launch as a digital, stand-alone channel in Canada.

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Archives for: September 20095
  • DVR retunes television
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    TV’s fastest growing network isn’t a network at all — it’s the DVR. Viewers significantly upped their DVR use during premiere week, helping to bolster sampling for several new series. “This time of the year, the DVR is definitely a positive for the networks,” said CBS chief research officer David[…]

  • Internet influences film audiences
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    If marketing mavens want to reach younger moviegoers when promoting their films, they need to embrace social networks or risk being ignored. That was the overall message of Moviegoers 2010, the first report on moviegoing habits produced by Stradella Road, the entertainment marketing firm founded by former New Line Web[…]

  • George Clooney movies going head to head
    Wednesday September 30th 2009

    The always-crowded holiday movie season has its first controversy, with rival studios each slotting a George Clooney movie within a week of one another and nobody happy about the situation. At this point, Overture has “The Men Who Stare at Goats” — a war-themed dark comedy — set for wide release on Nov. 6. One week later, Paramount has a limited opening penciled in for “Up in the Air,” a dramatic comedy that generated big positive buzz at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.

  • Polanski arrest puts ‘The Ghost’ on hold
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    Roman Polanski’s arrest in Switzerland has left his latest film in limbo, with several months of work before the political thriller is ready for theaters. Polanski’s agent, ICM chief Jeff Berg, said Polanski had completed much of the editing on “The Ghost.” But other postproduction work, including music scoring and sound mixing, had yet to be done, Berg said. Polanski was arrested over the weekend in Zurich, where he had traveled to receive a lifetime achievement award from a film festival. His lawyer said Polanski will fight U.S. attempts to have him returned to the U.S.

  • Nickelodeon launching in Canada
    Tuesday September 29th 2009

    It took 30 years of battling protectionism, but Canadian broadcaster Corus Entertainment has pacted with MTV Networks International to finally launch Nickelodeon in Canada. Toronto-based Corus on Monday said a 24-hour Nickelodeon channel tailored exclusively to the Canadian market will launch November 2. Nickelodeon will launch as a digital, stand-alone channel in Canada.

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