Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2012’

Apple Message to Wall Street: iWin

By Rolfe Winkley for The Wall Street Journal Apple is breaking the law of large numbers. With revenue up 73% in the quarter through December to $46 billion, the tech giant eclipsed analysts’ expectations by an extraordinary $7 billion. The amount

Fewer Female Directors Worked On Top Films In 2011

By Rebecca Ford for The Hollywood Reporter Women comprised only 5 percent of directors on the 250 highest-grossing movies last year, according to a study by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film. With strong female

Netflix Will Pay Twice As Much For Content In 2012

By Lisa Richwine for Reuters (published in The HuffingtonPost) Netflix Inc probably would like nothing better than to put 2011 behind it. But 2012 may be no walk in the park either. Investors, who have pushed Netflix shares up 50

Variety: eOne Financing Savvy a Boost For TV

By Cynthia Littleton for Variety Barely 3 years old, the Los Angeles-based TV arm of indie Entertainment One has made a mark in the network and cable biz by bringing to the table that most precious commodity: financing. eOne Television,

Google Merges Search and Google+

This is an excerpt from an article by Lance Olanoff for Mashable Now we know Google’s master-plan for integrating Google+ ever more deeply into the Google ecosystem: Pour the whole thing into Google search. Starting today, Google+ members, and to a lesser extent