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  • Ethan Nelson New Executive Producer Of ‘What Would You Do?’

    ABC News has named Ethan Nelson new executive producer of What Would You Do? He replaces Danielle Rossen, who had created the concept for the series, and who left in May after more than two decades with ABC News. From ABC News President James Goldston’s note to staff about Nelson’s appointment: A talented and creative producer, he's played a critical role at many ABC News programs during 11 years here. Most recently an executive broadcast producer for GMA, Ethan has…

  • James Wan Is Producing an Arachnophobia Remake

    A remake of the 1990 black comedy classic is crawling this way.
  • Steam announces hands-off content policy

    Valve has announced a new policy around policing content on Steam.

  • When the Content Police Came for the Babylon Bee

    The satirical site's creator opens up about how Facebook tried to destroy his livelihood and what we can do to stop them.

    The American Conservative
  • Best content marketing tools of 2018

    We take a look at the best content marketing solutions out there.
  • Using fungi to produce renewable energy

    Ebru Alazi 'hacked' an enzyme-producing system in the fungus Aspergillus niger in order to produce renewable energy more easily. She manipulated the fungus, making it produce more pectinases: enzymes mainly used in the food industry and in the production of renewable energy, such as biofuels.
  • INXS team up with producer Giles Martin

    Aussie rockers INXS will team up with renowned Beatles re-mixer Giles Martin to repackage the band for a new generation of music fans.The Grammy-winning...

    Mail Online
  • ‘Scarface’ producer Martin Bregman dies at 92

    His wife, Cornelia, said he died of a cerebral hemorrhage.

    Page Six
  • Apple in partnership with Oprah for original content push

    Apple Inc. unveiled an original programming partnership with TV star and producer Oprah Winfrey, the iPhone maker’s biggest ally so far in a battle with Netflix Inc., Google and Inc. over the future of online video.

  • Oprah Winfrey to produce original programming for Apple

    Oprah and Apple are teaming up to take over the world, presumably. Apple announced a new multi-year partnership with Oprah Winfrey, in which the voice of our generation will produce content for the tech giant in the form of original programs. The exciting news came on Friday, just in time for us to spend the whole weekend celebrating the arrival of new Oprah shows. The announcement didn't come with any additional information, such as what kinds of shows we can expect or exactly where they'll...

  • Should TV Content Owners Fear Fair Use?

    When it comes to copyright laws, there is a grey area that many companies find confusing to navigate. "Fair use" in its most general sense is a copyright law intended to determine when unauthorized use of content infringes on the owner's rights. But in this digital age, when content is literally everywhere, should content owners...

  • How Rap Superstar Future Became a Movie Producer

    Over his six-year run at the top of the hip-hop food chain, rap superstar Future has become one of the most frequently streamed musicians on earth — his discography clocked a staggering 4.2 billion on-demand streams in 2017 alone. And for the better part of a decade he has remained ... More

  • Oprah Winfrey Inks Content Deal With Apple

    She will continue to serve as chairman and CEO of Discovery-backed cable network OWN.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Hot Property: Producer's done, after a long run

    Jerry Bruckheimer can call it a wrap in Brentwood. The prolific film and television producer, whose credits include the "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "CSI" franchises, has sold his architectural home in the Westside neighborhood for $11.5 million.

  • Brazilian farmers paid to "produce" water in fight...

    By Karla MendesPLANALTINA, Brazil, June 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - S urveying a field of 50,000 green peppers, Daniel de Almeida proudly explains...

    Mail Online
  • U.S. Producer Prices Rose in May

    A gauge of U.S. business prices rose in May, the latest sign that inflation pressures in the economy are firming. The producer-price index rose a seasonally adjusted 0.5% in May from a month earlier.

  • Iraq accuses other oil producers of exceeding quotas

    Iraq on Monday accused other oil-producing countries of extracting more barrels of crude than agreed by OPEC and its partners, ahead of a meeting of the...

    Mail Online
  • ‘Arachnophobia’ Remake in the Works with James Wan Producing

    Spiders will always remain creepy, so a remake of Arachnophobia is evergreen. Deadline reports that Amblin and James Wan’s Atomic Monster are the early stages of a remake of the 1990 horror-comedy. Per Deadline, Frank Marshall’s original starred Jeff Daniels and John Goodman; the plot followed “a few brave souls who try to track down the queen before the hybrid breed can take hold." There’s currently no writer or director attached, but Wan will be on board in a producing role. That being said,...