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  • The Simpsons salary squabble teaches hard lesson of showbiz economics
    Friday October 07th 2011

    A salary dispute between the actors who provide voices for “The Simpsons” and 20th Century Fox Television, the studio that produces the hit cartoon for its sister Fox network, has shone a light on just how much News Corp., parent of both the studio and network, has made from the show.

  • Apple’s Steve Jobs dies aged 56
    Thursday October 06th 2011

    The co-founder and former CEO of Apple passed away after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56 years old. Famous for making some of the world’s most desirable tech goods, Jobs was behind some gadgets that were so slick, easy-to-use and downright pretty, it was easy to forget how complex and groundbreaking they were under their shiny shells. It wasn’t just the technology sector that Jobs influenced; he also had a profound effect on the movie industry, most notably via his investment in a fledgling company called Pixar.

  • Iowa looks to revive film industry after scandal
    Tuesday October 04th 2011

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – Efforts are under way to revitalize Iowa’s film industry after a scandal over the state’s film tax credit program shut it down in 2009 and sent moviemakers and investors looking elsewhere. Some film advocates hope to rekindle the industry in Iowa, which is known for[…]

  • CRTC approves all-karaoke channel
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    OTTAWA - Karaoke lovers could have a television channel devoted to the art of sing-along could as early as 2012. Stingray Digital Group said Friday the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission approved its licence application to start The Karaoke Channel — a specialty channel in English and some French that[…]

  • ‘Arrested Development’ aims to return to TV (and there’ll be a movie, too)
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    We’ve been eagerly awaiting the “Arrested Development” movie that star Jason Bateman has promised is in the works, but it looks like series creator Mitchell Hurwitz is going to do us one better. Hurwitz, who executive produced the cult classic show from 2003 to 2006, announced at the “Arrested Development” that they’re trying to bring the program back to TV. The idea is that it would set the stage for the feature film.

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  • The Simpsons salary squabble teaches hard lesson of showbiz economics
    Friday October 07th 2011

    A salary dispute between the actors who provide voices for “The Simpsons” and 20th Century Fox Television, the studio that produces the hit cartoon for its sister Fox network, has shone a light on just how much News Corp., parent of both the studio and network, has made from the show.

  • Apple’s Steve Jobs dies aged 56
    Thursday October 06th 2011

    The co-founder and former CEO of Apple passed away after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56 years old. Famous for making some of the world’s most desirable tech goods, Jobs was behind some gadgets that were so slick, easy-to-use and downright pretty, it was easy to forget how complex and groundbreaking they were under their shiny shells. It wasn’t just the technology sector that Jobs influenced; he also had a profound effect on the movie industry, most notably via his investment in a fledgling company called Pixar.

  • Iowa looks to revive film industry after scandal
    Tuesday October 04th 2011

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – Efforts are under way to revitalize Iowa’s film industry after a scandal over the state’s film tax credit program shut it down in 2009 and sent moviemakers and investors looking elsewhere. Some film advocates hope to rekindle the industry in Iowa, which is known for[…]

  • CRTC approves all-karaoke channel
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    OTTAWA - Karaoke lovers could have a television channel devoted to the art of sing-along could as early as 2012. Stingray Digital Group said Friday the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission approved its licence application to start The Karaoke Channel — a specialty channel in English and some French that[…]

  • ‘Arrested Development’ aims to return to TV (and there’ll be a movie, too)
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    We’ve been eagerly awaiting the “Arrested Development” movie that star Jason Bateman has promised is in the works, but it looks like series creator Mitchell Hurwitz is going to do us one better. Hurwitz, who executive produced the cult classic show from 2003 to 2006, announced at the “Arrested Development” that they’re trying to bring the program back to TV. The idea is that it would set the stage for the feature film.

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Archives for: October 20115
  • The Simpsons salary squabble teaches hard lesson of showbiz economics
    Friday October 07th 2011

    A salary dispute between the actors who provide voices for “The Simpsons” and 20th Century Fox Television, the studio that produces the hit cartoon for its sister Fox network, has shone a light on just how much News Corp., parent of both the studio and network, has made from the show.

  • Apple’s Steve Jobs dies aged 56
    Thursday October 06th 2011

    The co-founder and former CEO of Apple passed away after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56 years old. Famous for making some of the world’s most desirable tech goods, Jobs was behind some gadgets that were so slick, easy-to-use and downright pretty, it was easy to forget how complex and groundbreaking they were under their shiny shells. It wasn’t just the technology sector that Jobs influenced; he also had a profound effect on the movie industry, most notably via his investment in a fledgling company called Pixar.

  • Iowa looks to revive film industry after scandal
    Tuesday October 04th 2011

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – Efforts are under way to revitalize Iowa’s film industry after a scandal over the state’s film tax credit program shut it down in 2009 and sent moviemakers and investors looking elsewhere. Some film advocates hope to rekindle the industry in Iowa, which is known for[…]

  • CRTC approves all-karaoke channel
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    OTTAWA - Karaoke lovers could have a television channel devoted to the art of sing-along could as early as 2012. Stingray Digital Group said Friday the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission approved its licence application to start The Karaoke Channel — a specialty channel in English and some French that[…]

  • ‘Arrested Development’ aims to return to TV (and there’ll be a movie, too)
    Monday October 03rd 2011

    We’ve been eagerly awaiting the “Arrested Development” movie that star Jason Bateman has promised is in the works, but it looks like series creator Mitchell Hurwitz is going to do us one better. Hurwitz, who executive produced the cult classic show from 2003 to 2006, announced at the “Arrested Development” that they’re trying to bring the program back to TV. The idea is that it would set the stage for the feature film.

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