Guest blog: Lynda Obst's "Sleepless in Hollywood" gets it right about what's shaping today's movie business
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MPAA chief Chris Dodd is earning $1.5 million to arm-twist Congress, but the powerful tech industry has other plans
Le Carre's tale of a government relying on manipulated intelligence reports --and then failing to acknowledge it -- remain all too relevant
Hollyblog: Thanks to a plethora of stereotype-sensitive advocacy groups, finding villains is not so easy
Hollyblog: There will be a 96-month gap before movies are available for streaming through the popular service -- and that may be too long for...
Through their mindless willingness to sell DVDs to Redbox and Netflix, the studios have cheapened their entire food chain
The math may look appealing to studios, but a 10% drop in ticket sales would close more than two-thirds of U.S. theaters
How Hollywood and its marketing departments read the latest numbers
The company will likely have to dig deep to renew its streaming deals with content providers when they expire.
If nothing else, the studio’s financing roller-coaster ride illustrates how the insiders in Hollywood still manage to enchant outsiders on Wall Street
The Globes were kick-started by the studios in the 1940s as product-placement for their movies ... and they haven't come very far since
The closing of most of the studio-backed specialty distributors has spooked foreign distributors
Streaming is more efficient, but it's also a radically different business model -- can Netflix handle it?