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  • 20th Century Fox launching in-house writers studio
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    20th Century Fox is launching a new in-house writers studio dedicated to the development of emerging writers, new voices and original concepts. Former Chernin Entertainment executive vp Nicholas Weinstock and former Lucasfilm Ltd. vp development Steve Tzirlin will run the program. They’ll report to Fox president of production Emma Watts.[…]

  • NBC News exec: Royal Wedding is ‘Biggest international technical buildout ever’
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    As the big day draws near, it’s not just the bride who may be feeling a little anxious. With predictions are that it will draw the biggest audience in television history, broadcasters around the world are shifting into their highest gear for the royal wedding, and for the next few days London will become the focus of the world. This media zone in Canada Gate will host more than 40 stand-alone studios with full play-out facilities for broadcasters including the BBC, ABC, Sky News, NBC, CBS and Al Jazeera English.

  • Universal soups up its ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    Hoping to transform one of its few successful film series into a top-tier global franchise, Universal Pictures has refueled “Fast and Furious” with an international backdrop, a bigger production budget and a new genre. Audiences will witness the results of that strategy Friday when “Fast Five” debuts as the first[…]

  • When did ‘Agency’ become the thing nobody wanted to be?
    Monday April 25th 2011

    Search “We’re not an ad agency” — the quotation marks are vital — and you’ll get 16,500 results on Google. It’s clear there’s a hell of a lot of people who don’t want to be confused, under any circumstances, with an ostensibly respectable category of business that, for more than a century, has bestowed fantastic wealth upon a few, and a respectable living, low handicaps and battle-hardened livers upon many more.

  • NAB 2011 roundup
    Friday April 22nd 2011

    Every year in Las Vegas, a crowd gathers to celebrate the newest releases in media capture, processing, and display. NAB is the largest media technology trade show for content creators. This year we had even more exciting releases and demos such as the Scarlett and the Epic. RED also has a few nifty toys to go with it’s line of cameras. They have developed an app for the iPad which can control pretty much every function on the camera wirelessly, just like their Redmote. 

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Archives for: April 20115
  • 20th Century Fox launching in-house writers studio
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    20th Century Fox is launching a new in-house writers studio dedicated to the development of emerging writers, new voices and original concepts. Former Chernin Entertainment executive vp Nicholas Weinstock and former Lucasfilm Ltd. vp development Steve Tzirlin will run the program. They’ll report to Fox president of production Emma Watts.[…]

  • NBC News exec: Royal Wedding is ‘Biggest international technical buildout ever’
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    As the big day draws near, it’s not just the bride who may be feeling a little anxious. With predictions are that it will draw the biggest audience in television history, broadcasters around the world are shifting into their highest gear for the royal wedding, and for the next few days London will become the focus of the world. This media zone in Canada Gate will host more than 40 stand-alone studios with full play-out facilities for broadcasters including the BBC, ABC, Sky News, NBC, CBS and Al Jazeera English.

  • Universal soups up its ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    Hoping to transform one of its few successful film series into a top-tier global franchise, Universal Pictures has refueled “Fast and Furious” with an international backdrop, a bigger production budget and a new genre. Audiences will witness the results of that strategy Friday when “Fast Five” debuts as the first[…]

  • When did ‘Agency’ become the thing nobody wanted to be?
    Monday April 25th 2011

    Search “We’re not an ad agency” — the quotation marks are vital — and you’ll get 16,500 results on Google. It’s clear there’s a hell of a lot of people who don’t want to be confused, under any circumstances, with an ostensibly respectable category of business that, for more than a century, has bestowed fantastic wealth upon a few, and a respectable living, low handicaps and battle-hardened livers upon many more.

  • NAB 2011 roundup
    Friday April 22nd 2011

    Every year in Las Vegas, a crowd gathers to celebrate the newest releases in media capture, processing, and display. NAB is the largest media technology trade show for content creators. This year we had even more exciting releases and demos such as the Scarlett and the Epic. RED also has a few nifty toys to go with it’s line of cameras. They have developed an app for the iPad which can control pretty much every function on the camera wirelessly, just like their Redmote. 

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Archives for: April 20115
  • 20th Century Fox launching in-house writers studio
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    20th Century Fox is launching a new in-house writers studio dedicated to the development of emerging writers, new voices and original concepts. Former Chernin Entertainment executive vp Nicholas Weinstock and former Lucasfilm Ltd. vp development Steve Tzirlin will run the program. They’ll report to Fox president of production Emma Watts.[…]

  • NBC News exec: Royal Wedding is ‘Biggest international technical buildout ever’
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    As the big day draws near, it’s not just the bride who may be feeling a little anxious. With predictions are that it will draw the biggest audience in television history, broadcasters around the world are shifting into their highest gear for the royal wedding, and for the next few days London will become the focus of the world. This media zone in Canada Gate will host more than 40 stand-alone studios with full play-out facilities for broadcasters including the BBC, ABC, Sky News, NBC, CBS and Al Jazeera English.

  • Universal soups up its ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise
    Tuesday April 26th 2011

    Hoping to transform one of its few successful film series into a top-tier global franchise, Universal Pictures has refueled “Fast and Furious” with an international backdrop, a bigger production budget and a new genre. Audiences will witness the results of that strategy Friday when “Fast Five” debuts as the first[…]

  • When did ‘Agency’ become the thing nobody wanted to be?
    Monday April 25th 2011

    Search “We’re not an ad agency” — the quotation marks are vital — and you’ll get 16,500 results on Google. It’s clear there’s a hell of a lot of people who don’t want to be confused, under any circumstances, with an ostensibly respectable category of business that, for more than a century, has bestowed fantastic wealth upon a few, and a respectable living, low handicaps and battle-hardened livers upon many more.

  • NAB 2011 roundup
    Friday April 22nd 2011

    Every year in Las Vegas, a crowd gathers to celebrate the newest releases in media capture, processing, and display. NAB is the largest media technology trade show for content creators. This year we had even more exciting releases and demos such as the Scarlett and the Epic. RED also has a few nifty toys to go with it’s line of cameras. They have developed an app for the iPad which can control pretty much every function on the camera wirelessly, just like their Redmote. 

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