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  • As Sales Slip, TV Makers Strain for the Next Sensation
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    Your smartphone is the screen in your pocket. Your computer is the screen on your desk. Your tablet is a screen for the couch. Almost every major electronic device you own is a black rectangle that is brought to life by software and content. So how can hardware companies make[…]

  • Netflix, Warner Bros. Television Sign TV Drama Slate Deal
    Monday January 07th 2013

    The agreement, which will make Netflix the exclusive online home for complete prior seasons of shows from the 2012-13 season, covers a current slate of eight Warner Bros. shows and potential future shows, the companies said. Warner Bros. has previously mostly struck deals with Netflix that cover older library TV[…]

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt to host Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony
    Friday January 04th 2013

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to host the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony. The Looper star, who made his directing debut at the 2009 Festival with the short film Sparks, will take the stage on Jan. 26 in Park City to headline the feature film ceremony (the prizes for short[…]

  • Oscar Frontrunners Revealed? Producers Guild of America Release Nominations List
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Yet another nominations list has been announced, this time for the Producers Guild of America Awards, and that can only mean one thing – stronger predictions for the 2013 Oscars. However, by now, it should be pretty easy to figure out which films are expected to be graced with a[…]

  • Kickstarter: Users Pledge More Than $100 Mil to Indie Film Projects
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Here’s a big kickstart for the indie film community. Users of Kickstarter.com have pledged more than $100 million to independent film projects, the fundraising site announced in a blog post Thursday. In all, 891,979 backers have pledged $102.7 million to independent films since April 2009. A little more than $85 million has been collected so far, going to more than 8,500 projects. “In Hollywood, $100 million might be the marketing budget for a single blockbuster, but independent filmmakers are more resourceful,” wrote the site’s editors. “This $100 million helped to create more than 8,000 films, many of which have gone on to great acclaim and success.”

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  • As Sales Slip, TV Makers Strain for the Next Sensation
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    Your smartphone is the screen in your pocket. Your computer is the screen on your desk. Your tablet is a screen for the couch. Almost every major electronic device you own is a black rectangle that is brought to life by software and content. So how can hardware companies make[…]

  • Netflix, Warner Bros. Television Sign TV Drama Slate Deal
    Monday January 07th 2013

    The agreement, which will make Netflix the exclusive online home for complete prior seasons of shows from the 2012-13 season, covers a current slate of eight Warner Bros. shows and potential future shows, the companies said. Warner Bros. has previously mostly struck deals with Netflix that cover older library TV[…]

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt to host Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony
    Friday January 04th 2013

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to host the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony. The Looper star, who made his directing debut at the 2009 Festival with the short film Sparks, will take the stage on Jan. 26 in Park City to headline the feature film ceremony (the prizes for short[…]

  • Oscar Frontrunners Revealed? Producers Guild of America Release Nominations List
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Yet another nominations list has been announced, this time for the Producers Guild of America Awards, and that can only mean one thing – stronger predictions for the 2013 Oscars. However, by now, it should be pretty easy to figure out which films are expected to be graced with a[…]

  • Kickstarter: Users Pledge More Than $100 Mil to Indie Film Projects
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Here’s a big kickstart for the indie film community. Users of Kickstarter.com have pledged more than $100 million to independent film projects, the fundraising site announced in a blog post Thursday. In all, 891,979 backers have pledged $102.7 million to independent films since April 2009. A little more than $85 million has been collected so far, going to more than 8,500 projects. “In Hollywood, $100 million might be the marketing budget for a single blockbuster, but independent filmmakers are more resourceful,” wrote the site’s editors. “This $100 million helped to create more than 8,000 films, many of which have gone on to great acclaim and success.”

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Archives for: January 20135
  • As Sales Slip, TV Makers Strain for the Next Sensation
    Tuesday January 08th 2013

    Your smartphone is the screen in your pocket. Your computer is the screen on your desk. Your tablet is a screen for the couch. Almost every major electronic device you own is a black rectangle that is brought to life by software and content. So how can hardware companies make[…]

  • Netflix, Warner Bros. Television Sign TV Drama Slate Deal
    Monday January 07th 2013

    The agreement, which will make Netflix the exclusive online home for complete prior seasons of shows from the 2012-13 season, covers a current slate of eight Warner Bros. shows and potential future shows, the companies said. Warner Bros. has previously mostly struck deals with Netflix that cover older library TV[…]

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt to host Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony
    Friday January 04th 2013

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to host the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony. The Looper star, who made his directing debut at the 2009 Festival with the short film Sparks, will take the stage on Jan. 26 in Park City to headline the feature film ceremony (the prizes for short[…]

  • Oscar Frontrunners Revealed? Producers Guild of America Release Nominations List
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Yet another nominations list has been announced, this time for the Producers Guild of America Awards, and that can only mean one thing – stronger predictions for the 2013 Oscars. However, by now, it should be pretty easy to figure out which films are expected to be graced with a[…]

  • Kickstarter: Users Pledge More Than $100 Mil to Indie Film Projects
    Thursday January 03rd 2013

    Here’s a big kickstart for the indie film community. Users of Kickstarter.com have pledged more than $100 million to independent film projects, the fundraising site announced in a blog post Thursday. In all, 891,979 backers have pledged $102.7 million to independent films since April 2009. A little more than $85 million has been collected so far, going to more than 8,500 projects. “In Hollywood, $100 million might be the marketing budget for a single blockbuster, but independent filmmakers are more resourceful,” wrote the site’s editors. “This $100 million helped to create more than 8,000 films, many of which have gone on to great acclaim and success.”

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