Tag: hollywood

by Julie Keck

1. Guardian partners with more local news outlets to tell under-reported stories (Lene Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. The Times of India to journalists: Giving up personal tweets is “in YOUR interest” (Sruthijith KK / Quartz) 3. Getty: Giving away photos to make a profit (James Estrin / New York Times) 4. Hollywood’s big-money […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Do documentary filmmakers need data about their audiences? (Lene Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Why BuzzFeed is launching its own Hollywood studio (Todd Spangler / Variety) 3. How NYT is learning lessons about digital storytelling and audience engagement (Julie Posetti / WAN-IFRA) 4. Did a spy agency screw The Intercept? (David Uberti / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Secret court ruling put tech companies in data bind (NYT) 2. Reporting, or illegal hacking? (Columbia Journalism Review) 3. Lucas and Spielberg predict ‘massive implosion’ of Hollywood caused by tech industry (TechCrunch) 4. Venerable format of ‘NewsHour’ struggles with new era of media (NYT) 5. BMI files suit against Pandora (The Hollywood Reporter) 6. 16 percent share content on Twitter without reading it (Social Media Today) […] more »

by Chris Dorr

If someone were to have told you a few years ago that New York’s Metropolitan Opera would become a model for digital innovation, you would probably have laughed. Yet, that is what it has become. You might say that the Met is now laughing a bit itself — all the way to the bank. Now, […] more »

by Gary Moore

I went to my first movie at 4 years old: “Mary Poppins“ at the Sycamore State Theater in Sycamore, Ill. It was one of those large theaters with lots of character about it. Beautiful blue lighting glowed along the ledges and pointed to the lavish velvet curtains that surrounded the screen. Dick Van Dyke, who […] more »

by Amanda Lin Costa

Discovered on the Internet and known as a storyteller with a unique vision, writer and producer Daniel Knauf, best known as the creator of “Carnivàle” on HBO, has ditched Hollywood and struck out on his own to mine the field of transmedia. With a beta project made public called “Haunted,” Knauf’s new company, BXX, is […] more »