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Universal Fires Marketing Chief

The president of marketing for Universal has been fired by the studio. Deadline reports that Universal officially dismissed Josh Goldstine following an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior. Goldstine was put on administrative leave last month. “I understand the official...

Cable May Have Just Found Its Top Comedy Hit

A comedy series that just had its season premiere is basic cable’s most watched prime-time scripted comedy telecast in more than a year, according to FX, which sent out an announcement today raving about the numbers for the Thursday, March...

Multiple Oscar-Winning Living Legend, Closely Identified With the ‘Star Wars’ Franchise, Says He’s Ready to Quit

A key player in the “Star Wars” universe says he’s ready to leave the franchise. The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision reports that legendary composer John Williams indicated he will score “Episode IX,” and after that he wants to be done...

ABC Drama Series Renewed

The ABC Network announced today that it will be bringing back the popular prime-time drama series “The Good Doctor” for a second season. ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey made the announcement. “’The Good Doctor’s’ message of inclusiveness resonates with our...

Oprah Gets a Sign From God About Running for President

Oprah Winfrey continues to get encouragement to run for president in 2020, and in the latest development she heard from “God” on the subject during an appearance on CBS’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Here’s the clip, posted by...

ABC Wastes No Time After Gut-Wrenching ‘Bachelor’ Finale, Names Next ‘Bachelorette’

With fans still reeling from the heartbreaking finale to “The Bachelor,” in which Arie Luyendyk Jr. crushed the dreams of Becca Kufrin, ABC gave those fans something to help ease their pain, naming Kufrin as the next “Bachelorette.” The announcement...

SpringerNature Readying €7Billion IPO

German publisher SpringerNature indicated they plan an initial public offering later in 2018 but according to Reuters the company is planning to bring this market offer forward in the year. The Reuters report has the company announcing the IPO in May with a listing about a month later. Show More Summary

Fox News Exec Who Wrote Inflammatory Olympics Op-Ed Retires

John Moody wrote that the 2018 Winter Olympics should be called "darker, gayer, different."

So You Want to Start a Festival, Part 3

Helping to launch Austin’s new summer reading kick-off festival.

Meet Emile, the Sheep of Doom

When it comes to managing inventory and making the hard decisions, there is no substitute for a ruthless sheep.

MEC18 in Dubai: Building audiences, focusing on quality engagement

Artificial Intelligence, Hollywood, healthcare, and even a compelling argument for the future of paper all featured in publishers' roadmaps on the second day of WAN-IFRA's 13th Middle East Conference, which took place at The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina this week. Read more...

manroland and Goss to merge

The web printing press manufacturing landscape just contracted: Goss International and manroland web systems announced today that the two companies will merge. Read more...

Connecting transformation and profit: The Middle East Conference, Day 1

AI and robots added futuristic sparkle, but the real agenda of these roadmaps had less to do with crystal ball gazing and a lot to do with following the money, according to guest poster Steve Shipside. Read more...

Why TVEyes Could Drastically Change Fair Use

The recent TVEyes ruling, if it stands up to the test of time, could become one of the most important fair use rulings in decades. That's' because it ruled not just on fair use, but how courts should decide fair use. The post Why TVEyes Could Drastically Change Fair Use appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

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