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EYES IN Magazine Edition 46 celebrates innovation


Vivian Van Dijk, Editor-in-Chief and President of EYES IN™ Magazine, has released the interactive, 46th digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine. Featuring in-magazine videos, slide-shows and more, ad-free, Edition 46 showcases the world's innovative creators from technology, film, fashion, culture and design. EYES IN™ Magazine Edition 46 celebrates the innovation of Travis Montaque's Emogi; entertainment attorney Corky Kessler; filmmaker and philosopher Abel Ferrara; the perspective and ultra-feminine designs of Georges Hobeika; U.N. Diplomat E... Read More »

Popular Fantasy Writer E.A. Channon to visit Galacticon 4 and meet fans of Flesh of the Blood Series Hosted at Seattle Center


E. A. Channon, the popular fantasy author of the Flesh of the Blood series, will meet with fans and friend of the book at the soon-to-be-held Galacticon 4 in Seattle. With an amazing level of detail including humans, dwarves and elves, fans will be able to spend time with the author, get their book autographed, take a selfie and hear more about the newest release in the Flesh of the Blood series when they visit the Galacticon from July 31st to August 2nd. WHAT: E.A. Channon featured at Seattle's Galacticon 4. WHEN:    July 31- August 2, 2... Read More »

EU takes aim at Sky and Hollywood in competition probe


The EU executive filed a formal statement of objections to Sky UK and six major US film studios: Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Sony, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros, on Thursday (23 July). “Licensing agreements between the major film studios and Sky UK do not allow consumers in other EU countries to access Sky's UK and Irish pay-TV services, via satellite or online,” said EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager on Thursday. “We believe that this may be in breach of EU competition rules,” she added. The commission ... Read More »

PageBacon presents Debut Collection of Short Stories


"A mind-bending, time-traveling, gut-busting collection of short stories that takes you to the edge of space and deposits you just below the skin. 12 writers of Sci-Fi, Speculative and Unusual tales, brought together to twist your thoughts and displace your known reality." A small group of writers and artists have joined forces in the Rose City to form PageBacon, volunteers who help budding authors by editing, designing and publishing their work for the world to enjoy. Their first title, "The Infinite Spectacle", is an exciting collection of... Read More »

Endemol Shine UK appoints new management at Remarkable Television


Together Fox and Walshe will have overall responsibility for all of Remarkable Television’s programming. Their remit includes further expanding the company’s line-up of primetime series, creating and producing new UK formats with international potential. They take up their posts immediately, reporting to Endemol Shine UK’s CEO Richard Johnston. Working closely with Fox and Walshe will be Susan King, current Head of Production at Remarkable Television who has been promoted to Director of Production. James Fox has held numerous senior posit... Read More »

Louisiana Mystery Writer announces Release of Big Easy Anniversary Edition


Eric Wilder completed Big Easy just before Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the Gulf coast. The storm destroyed homes and lives and displaced thousands. Many never returned. At the time, Wilder said, "I feared the city might not survive." Big Easy languished on the author's shelf until he was able to deal with the disaster. When he did, he rewrote the novel with reference to the killer hurricane. Three more mysteries, City of Spirits, Primal Creatures, and Black Magic Woman followed. River Road, book five of the popular series is... Read More »

Bertelsmann invests in Indian Music Streaming Service Saavn


Pankaj Makkar, Managing Director of Bertelsmann India Investments, says: “We are delighted to be able to support Saavn’s impressive growth again after making our first investment in the company in December 2013. This investment fits perfectly into our strategy in India. We are pleased to be participating in a rapidly growing, digital media company in an up-and-coming market with huge potential.” Rishi Malhotra, CEO and co-founder of Saavn, says: “Music streaming is at the center of the music industry, and India is one of the most important m... Read More »

GFK: USA: Four in ten TV viewers are “Digital enthusiasts” – subscribe to 3+ online video services plus cable TV


TV Share of Clock – the first of four studies in GfK MRI’s new The Future of TV series – shows that more than a quarter (28%) of all TV viewing is now done via digital streaming. Accessing subscription or free online platforms via a computer or mobile device accounts for 16% of time spent with TV content; online streaming through a traditional TV set makes up another 9%; and 3% comes from other methods for accessing content, such as portable game consoles. The new report also reveals that 41% of TV viewers are “Digital Enthusiasts,” who subs... Read More »

Lux Prize 2015: the ten nominated films have been revealed


The Lux Film Prize is an award given out by MEPs to promote European cinema, make films accessible to larger audiences across languages and cultures, help promising productions circulate beyond their national market and encourage debate about values and social issues across Europe. The 10 films, selected by the Lux Prize's selection panel, cover a range of genres, stories, artistic approaches and messages with a special focus on exceptionally talented young directors. The following 10 list have been nominated (in alphabetical order): ... Read More »

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On Facebook, we share additionally, the events that our members organize and all other interesting facts we find during our ongoing research. Divert yourself with its rich content: follow us on Facebook! ... Read More »

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