Fifty years after the passage of the federal Fair Housing Act, our city remains deeply segregated. While the average black-white “dissimilarity index” (the most common measure of residential segregation) for American cities fell from 73% to 59% between 1980 and 2010, … [Read more...] about Our city, deeply divided by race
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“With almost 400 attending, this was our largest conference to date,” says Ken Stein, executive director of the League of Historic American Theatres. “We have seen an increase in each of the last three years—San Diego, Minneapolis and New York … [Read more...] about All-star players: League of Historic Theatres lands in New York City
“We all can be proud of what our pan-European network has been able to accomplish throughout the years,” the newly elected president of European Film Promotion, Martin Schweighofer, said in Cannes. “But we will not rest [in trying] to make things even … [Read more...] about Euro Film promotes new board
Will 2013 be the year that TV viewers begin picking and choosing which cable networks to subscribe to online instead of having channels bundled together by cable and satellite distributors? Industry observers will be watching next week's Consumer Electronics Association … [Read more...] about Intel’s TV Service: Is Hollywood on Board?
The video rental giant on Monday took public an unsolicited offer to buy consumer electronics retailer Circuit City for $6-$8 per share, or $1 billion-$1.3 billion, in cash to create what its management believes could become the ultimate converged media and entertainment … [Read more...] about B’buster bids to fuse Circuit City