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  • Torstar acquires 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media
    Thursday December 22nd 2011

    Torstar Corp. said Wednesday it has acquired a 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media Inc., a privately held television broadcaster led by TV industry veteran Michael MacMillan. The publisher of the Toronto Star and owner of other media and websites said late Wednesday its investment in Blue Ant will be about $22.7 million and also reflects Blue Ant’s acquisition of High Fidelity HDTV.

  • Apple wants to redefine the future of television
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    Apple is reportedly discussing its vision for the future of television with a number of media executives at several large companies. According to the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino may also be designing an indigenous television set that will rely on wireless streaming technology to access shows, movies and other content.[…]

  • NFL looks for touchdowns in film biz
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    The NFL is launching an intensive tutorial to introduce past and present players to the ins and outs of filmmaking, with John Singleton, Robert Townsend & Keenen Ivory Wayans among the instructors. NFL Pro Hollywood Boot Camp will take place April 2-5 at Universal Studios, under the direction of New[…]

  • Brad Pitt Reveals What He, Sony Did to Save ‘Moneyball’
    Monday December 19th 2011

    Brad Pitt recalls it as “a dark weened for all of us.” It was June 2009, and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal and CEO Michael Lynton had pulled the plug on Moneyball only days before it was to go before cameras with Steven Soderbergh directing and Pitt starring, after five years of development and months of preproduction.

  • Golden Globes: As usual, wacky celebrity picks abound
    Thursday December 15th 2011

    The 81 voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. always have showered inordinate attention on famous celebrities to pack the Golden Globes broadcast with A-list names, even if their movies were not that highly regarded. And Thursday’s nominations for the awards continued the star-gazing tradition, putting Madonna, George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet into the running in categories that would probably surprise a lot of critics.

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  • Torstar acquires 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media
    Thursday December 22nd 2011

    Torstar Corp. said Wednesday it has acquired a 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media Inc., a privately held television broadcaster led by TV industry veteran Michael MacMillan. The publisher of the Toronto Star and owner of other media and websites said late Wednesday its investment in Blue Ant will be about $22.7 million and also reflects Blue Ant’s acquisition of High Fidelity HDTV.

  • Apple wants to redefine the future of television
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    Apple is reportedly discussing its vision for the future of television with a number of media executives at several large companies. According to the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino may also be designing an indigenous television set that will rely on wireless streaming technology to access shows, movies and other content.[…]

  • NFL looks for touchdowns in film biz
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    The NFL is launching an intensive tutorial to introduce past and present players to the ins and outs of filmmaking, with John Singleton, Robert Townsend & Keenen Ivory Wayans among the instructors. NFL Pro Hollywood Boot Camp will take place April 2-5 at Universal Studios, under the direction of New[…]

  • Brad Pitt Reveals What He, Sony Did to Save ‘Moneyball’
    Monday December 19th 2011

    Brad Pitt recalls it as “a dark weened for all of us.” It was June 2009, and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal and CEO Michael Lynton had pulled the plug on Moneyball only days before it was to go before cameras with Steven Soderbergh directing and Pitt starring, after five years of development and months of preproduction.

  • Golden Globes: As usual, wacky celebrity picks abound
    Thursday December 15th 2011

    The 81 voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. always have showered inordinate attention on famous celebrities to pack the Golden Globes broadcast with A-list names, even if their movies were not that highly regarded. And Thursday’s nominations for the awards continued the star-gazing tradition, putting Madonna, George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet into the running in categories that would probably surprise a lot of critics.

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  • Torstar acquires 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media
    Thursday December 22nd 2011

    Torstar Corp. said Wednesday it has acquired a 25 per cent stake in Blue Ant Media Inc., a privately held television broadcaster led by TV industry veteran Michael MacMillan. The publisher of the Toronto Star and owner of other media and websites said late Wednesday its investment in Blue Ant will be about $22.7 million and also reflects Blue Ant’s acquisition of High Fidelity HDTV.

  • Apple wants to redefine the future of television
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    Apple is reportedly discussing its vision for the future of television with a number of media executives at several large companies. According to the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino may also be designing an indigenous television set that will rely on wireless streaming technology to access shows, movies and other content.[…]

  • NFL looks for touchdowns in film biz
    Tuesday December 20th 2011

    The NFL is launching an intensive tutorial to introduce past and present players to the ins and outs of filmmaking, with John Singleton, Robert Townsend & Keenen Ivory Wayans among the instructors. NFL Pro Hollywood Boot Camp will take place April 2-5 at Universal Studios, under the direction of New[…]

  • Brad Pitt Reveals What He, Sony Did to Save ‘Moneyball’
    Monday December 19th 2011

    Brad Pitt recalls it as “a dark weened for all of us.” It was June 2009, and Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal and CEO Michael Lynton had pulled the plug on Moneyball only days before it was to go before cameras with Steven Soderbergh directing and Pitt starring, after five years of development and months of preproduction.

  • Golden Globes: As usual, wacky celebrity picks abound
    Thursday December 15th 2011

    The 81 voters of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. always have showered inordinate attention on famous celebrities to pack the Golden Globes broadcast with A-list names, even if their movies were not that highly regarded. And Thursday’s nominations for the awards continued the star-gazing tradition, putting Madonna, George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet into the running in categories that would probably surprise a lot of critics.

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