provided by Published 8:00 am CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Photo: Bill Bragg For Variety Photo: Bill Bragg For Variety Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Bill Bragg For Variety Can Hollywood’s Biggest Media Companies Avoid Getting Crushed by Debt? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Randall Stephenson, AT&T’s chairman-CEO, summoned all of his folksy Oklahoma earnestness as he made an enthusiastic pitch to Wall Street analysts about the telephone company’s bold efforts to transform itself into a multimedia powerhouse. It was late November, less than six months after AT&T had wrapped up its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner. But before Stephenson … [Read more...] about Can Hollywood’s Biggest Media Companies Avoid Getting Crushed by Debt?
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Margaret Sullivan, The Washington Post Published 11:51 am CST, Monday, December 3, 2018 Click ahead to view stores projected to close in 2018.Neiman Marcus Last Call is projected to close around 10 stores in 2018. Click ahead to view stores projected to close in 2018. Neiman Marcus Last Call is projected to close around 10 stores in 2018. Photo: Alan Diaz, STF Photo: Alan Diaz, STF Image 1 of / 28 Caption Close Image 1 of 28 Click ahead to view stores projected to close in 2018.Neiman Marcus Last Call is projected to close around 10 stores in 2018. Click ahead to view stores projected to close in 2018. Neiman Marcus Last Call is projected to close around 10 stores in 2018. Photo: Alan Diaz, STF Digital-media … [Read more...] about Digital-media bubble is bursting. That’s hurting generation of promising young journalists.
PUBLISHED: 16:08 09 October 2018 | UPDATED: 16:08 09 October 2018 Jessica Hill Tom Ranson of the University of Suffolk at the MENTA business show demonstrating a 3D printer Archant Tom Ranson has worked at University of Suffolk as a technologist within the department of science and technology for the last six years. He is an Intel education ambassador, the only one in higher education in the whole of the UK. This involves encouraging the use of technology and project-based learning in education, and strengthening links between local schools and the University within STEM subjects. While some aspects of Mr Ranson’s job are very hi-tech, in some ways its just child’s play for the 30 year-old.“My original degree was digital film production, so I really enjoyed making the cameras work,” he explained. “I kept my love of technology and every time a new piece of tech came into the university, I would purposefully spend a few hours … [Read more...] about What does a 3D productivity and digital media technologist really do all day? We explore a day in the life of an Ipswich man with a very futuristic job
Graydon Carter, the long-time Vanity Fair editor, may be announcing a big new media company soon. The New York Post first reported today that the company may be “a multi-platform venture centering, at least at first, on wealthy and famous European families, including the Royal family”: Part of Carter’s new effort will include the International Best Dressed List, which the 65-year old executive and some pals own. Carter published the list annually in Vanity Fair in recent years… The company’s digital presence is said to be akin to Axios, the Web site and digital newsletter founded by Politico co-founder Jim VandeHei and ex-Politico reporter Mike Allen. Axios gives a quick read and acts as an explainer of sorts to current political events. “Think Axios for celebrities and entertainment,” a source said. Carter stepped down from Vanity Fair last September, and in an interview at the time he reflected on President Trump‘s years-long anger at … [Read more...] about Graydon Carter Reportedly Close to Announcing New Media Company
Sony is opening a new Digital Media Production Center in Glendale during May, which will be the company’s home to Los Angeles-based crews for gear, training and education about its latest production technologies that include 4K and high dynamic range capabilities. Plans for this new facility were highlighted Sunday during the company’s NAB Show press conference in Las Vegas. This was held at Sony’s exhibition booth before a stunning 8-foot 4K Crystal LED screen that the company is promoting for broadcast or to replace theatrical projection in cinemas. It will be displayed again in a few weeks at CinemaCon. At NAB, Sony revealed that Fox Sports has selected this modular Crystal LED display technology as part of its Moscow studio that will be constructed this spring for coverage of the FIFA World Cup. Cameras were also a big part of Sony’s announcements. Its new top-of-the-line Venice large format camera, which began shipping two months ago, is already in use on … [Read more...] about Sony to Open Digital Media Production Center in Los Angeles