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Holy Moly! Amazon Considers Free Streaming Service

Amazon is denying they will do this, but that's what big companies do in these situations. The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is looking at a FREE streaming service of licensed and original content that will be advertiser-based. In other words, the service will be available to everyone for free and monetized with commercial advertising. Mar 28, 2014 9:19 AM PT

Poor Pretty Pouty Paltrow Pummeled In Press

One of the few times I feel bad for the Hollywood elite is when they go through a divorce, especially if one or the other involved is out of favor in Hollywood, like Gwyneth Paltrow is. Stuff like this is just beyond the beyond. The dregs of the entertainment media who grab every opportunity to pluck the wings off the personal lives of celebrities could not care less if there are children involved (Mr. and Mrs. Paltrow have three). Mar 28, 2014 9:13 AM PT

Joan Rivers Smears Johnny Carson

I recently saw a documentary where Joan Rivers called Johnny Carson "mean" for refusing to talk to her and banning her from the "Tonight Show" some 26 years-ago. Mar 28, 2014 9:11 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

The over-arching news here is a powerhouse like Amazon competing with broadcast and cable networks for advertising dollars. Bundled cable is already losing the fight for subscription dollars. Mar 28, 2014 8:22 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Big Entertainment and the federal government that cronies with Big Entertainment (including the cable networks and companies equally interested in seeing Aereo strangled in the crib) are terrified that customers might sign up for Aereo and decide that's "good enough"; they can live without CNN, ESPN, and that $150 cable bill. Mar 27, 2014 10:17 AM PT

Pew: MSNBC Loses Quarter of Primetime Audience

According to Pew, year-over-year numbers show that the business of left-wing cable news is in trouble. The cable news viewing audience overall declined for everyone, but MSNBC lost 24% of its primetime audience. CNN dropped 13%. Fox only lost 6%. Mar 26, 2014 12:44 PM PT


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