Passages 2019: Those we've lost in the entertainment industry
Last year, Netflix reportedly published a whopping 1,500 hours of original content. And with the launch of streaming services from Apple and Disney, the on-demand video market is getting very competitive. Media houses and companies are already looking towards the next solution for producing content to keep up with the trend: AI avatars. Last year in November, Chinese state-run media company Xinhua debuted an AI anchor that looked exactly like its real-life counterpart Zhang Zhao. The company...
Students from classroom across North Texas and the state, the Rio Grande Valley and Louisiana attended a Thursday matinee.
EXCLUSIVE: Oakhurst Entertainment, the company founded by Brillstein Entertainment executive Jai Khanna, has made a pact with Productivity Media Inc for $2M annual development funding, which will help Oakhurst secure IPs, hire writers, and spend on progress-to-production logistics. The first project under the deal is Hack Pack, based on a Miami New Times story written [
Marvel and NetEase are collaborating to create new original entertainment, including games, TV shows, and comic books based on Marvel's universe of superhero characters.
In an unlikely turn of events, Microsoft and Sony announced today that they are teaming up to tackle the future of entertainment together. The companies are planning to work together to build future cloud solutions in Microsoft Azure that will suppor
Las Vegas casino icon Caesars Entertainment Corp unveiled a tie-up with Walt Disney Co's ESPN on Tuesday, the latest sign of the surge in investment by mainstream businesses since the Supreme Court lifted a ban on sports betting last May.
ESPN viewers will soon start seeing a lot more of casino giant Caesars Entertainment