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8:38 PM - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
11 hour ago - NY Times
Multiplex chains that control more than 19,200 screens in North America decided not to release the film, ending any prospect of a serious theatrical release.
8 hour ago - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
CNN's Evan Perez reported Wednesday afternoon what many have suspected all along. According to U.S. investigators, the North Korean government was behind the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures that ultimately led to the cancelation of The Interview' . . .
12 hour ago - The Guardian / Stuart Dredge
US startup says YouTubers and media companies will be able to earn ‘20x’ more revenues from its online subscription serviceWeb video startup Vessel has revealed its plans to take on YouTube in 2015, including striking “early access” exclusivity . . .
12/16/2014 - news / Robbie Collin
Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin was wrong to say male actors have 'a higher bar to clear' than women. Robbie Collin begs to differ
10 hour ago - The Wire / Aly Weisman
On the heels of news that major theater chains caved to scary threats by hackers and won't be showing Sony's "The Interview," New Regency announced that its new movie based in North Korea is also cancelled. The thriller film, which was set to s . . .
13 hour ago - TechCrunch / Alex Wilhelm
 FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly has been unanimously approved by the Senate for a full term with the agency. Previously, O’Rielly completed the term of a prior commissioner. He was first sworn in last November. Here’s the National Cable & Te . . .
11 hour ago - Mediaite / Andrew Kirell
This has to be one of the most awkward cable news moments in recent memory. During a CNN discussion on 'The Interview' terror threats, actor Jay Thomas left anchor Brooke Baldwin speechless with this suggestion...
12/16/2014 - LA Times / Richard Verrier
Weeks after hackers waged a devastating cyberassault on Sony Pictures Entertainment, major Hollywood studios have broken their silence on the worst hack attack in the industry's history.
16 hour ago - Mediaite / Evan Mcmurry
Filmmaker Judd Apatow is vowing to see The Interview, despite and in spite of threats from the group Guardians of Peace, which is sympathetic to North Korea and hellbent on spiking the new Seth Rogen/James Franco film making light of Kim Jong-un.
9 hour ago - Mediaweek / Sam Thielman
Television advertising has been a pretty conservative marketplace: You buy Nielsen ratings, you make 30-second advertisements and sometimes you buy product placement. But the sudden ascent of non-Nielsen-rated content has created a gaping vo . . .
15 hour ago - Advertising Age - Digital
Almost two years after stepping down as Hulu's CEO, Jason Kilar is ready to open up about why he plans to take on YouTube with his new company Vessel."Video creators have used the internet exclusively for their distribution. They can become pop . . .
11 hour ago - Mediaite / Josh Feldman
Jeb Bush isn't exactly the darling of the right, and that's why Bill Maher would be perfectly fine with him as president.
8 hour ago - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
Here's one thing Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell can agree on: They both think The Interview didn't look very good in the first place. But unlike O'Donnell, who practically encouraged Sony to pull the film, Trump thinks the studio "has absolut . . .
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