MPAA’s Christopher Dodd Returns to China
Copyright issues at top of agenda in Chengdu
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Top 10 Branded Videos: Samsung’s Marketing Blitz Edges Out Apple
The smartphone war is on in this week’s Adweek/VidIQ top 10 branded video chart. Samsung’s attempt to inject itself via digital marketing into competitor Apple's launch announcement ...
Edward Snowden Documentary ‘Citizenfour’ Added to London Festival Lineup
Laura Praxis’s Edward Snowden documentary “Citizenfour” has been added to the line up of the upcoming London Film Festival.
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9 Women the NFL Should Consider for Next CMO
The National Football League on Tuesday named Cynthia Hogan as svp of public policy and government affairs and appointed four women as advisors on domestic violence. These moves follow the NFL&...
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Sky Deutschland: BSkyB Takeover Offer Too Low
The U.K. company is planning to acquire 21st Century Fox's majority stake in the firm and full control of Sky Italiaread more
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Is the Mobile Check-In Dead?
Mobile check-ins were red-hot when Foursquare launched in 2009, followed by Facebook Places in 2010. But by 2012, the trend had lost significant steam and is now rarely used in branding efforts. Eve...
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Dan Aykroyd Wants ‘Ghostbusters’ to Become Marvel-Style Universe
The co-writer and star says it's beyond just another sequel, prequel or TV showread more
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ITV Scraps U.K. Version of Israeli Singing Competition 'Rising Star'
"We always need to be as confident as possible about the potential ratings of any new program format," the broadcaster saysread more
‘Big Brother’ Final Four Vote Puts Detonators Loyalty to the Test
It's down to the wire on “Big Brother,” with last week's “Big Brother Rewind” packing two live evictions into the proceedings this week. The action started Tuesday nigh...
Jackie Chan’s Son Jaycee Now Put Under Official Arrest
Jaycee Chan was Wednesday put under formal arrest on drug charges, Beijing courts said.
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Edward Snowden Doc to Get U.K. Premiere at London Film Festival
The film by Laura Poitras will world premiere at the New York Film Festival a week earlierread more
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China Bars Stars With "Bad" Moral Records From TV
Media watchdog orders broadcasters to ax stars in drugs and vice crackdown read more
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Indian Entertainment Industry Revenue Forecast to Double by 2018
While TV will be a big growth driver, the film biz will also grow steadily, predicts a reportread more
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NFL Star Adrian Peterson Barred From Team Activities Amid Child Abuse Charges
The Vikings' ownership reversed course after the team began losing corporate sponsorsread more
Sony More Than Quadruples Loss Forecast to $2.15 Billion for Fiscal Year
Sony Corp. drastically increased its expected losses for the current fiscal year ending March 2015, raising the figure from 50 billion yen ($488 million) to 203 billion yen, or $2.15 billion. That'...
Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 Staffing Up with Former Warner Bros. Exec
Jeff Robinov’s Sony-based Studio 8 has been ramping up staffing, hiring former Warner Bros. exec VP Robert Brassel and Mythology Entertainment exec Jon Silk. Studio 8 closed its distribution dea...
Sony Expects $2 Billion Loss for Fiscal Year
In another bad sign for the Japanese electronics giant, Sony has forecast a net loss of $2.15 billion for the current fiscal year, nearly five times its original estimate of $488 million (JPY50 billi...
Julianna Margulies and Jimmy Fallon's Musical Morning Announcements Are So Not-Cool (Video)
Whoever voted Jimmy Fallon and Julianna Margulies‘ musical morning announcement team the most entertaining and musical for the past seven years must not have been a student at their school. The ...
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Sony Forecasts Wider Full-Year Loss of $2.15 Billion
Sony says it will not pay a dividend for the first time in its history as its stock dropsread more
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'Big Bang Theory': Watch What Happens When Sheldon Returns Home
New season eight footage is hereread more