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    Nicolas Winding Refn, India’s Times Bridge Invest in Mubi Streaming Service

    Danish film maker, Nicolas Winding Refn and Indian investment group Times Bridge have invested in specialty streaming service Mubi. Unlike the global leaders in streaming with all-you-can-eat content menus, Mubi operates by operating a limited and rotating selection of just 30 movies. It contends that curation (selection by humans, not algorithm) creates a community of [...]

  • Apple to Take Culver City HQ

    Apple to Take Culver City HQ After HBO Backs Out

    Apple is set to take the lease on a new office building in Culver City after HBO backed out of plans to occupy the space. Lincoln Property Co. is developing the four-story project at the corner of Washington and National boulevards. The project will feature 128,000 square feet of retail, and is projected to open [...]

  • Facebook Watch Party

    Facebook Tests Watch Parties for Collective Video Viewing

    Facebook is testing a feature that allows its users to watch videos together, and chat about it while doing so, the company announced Wednesday. Watch Party, as the new feature is being called, allows synchronized viewing of any video, but is limited to Facebook groups. “In a Watch Party, members of a Group can watch [...]

  • Sara Clemens Twitch

    Twitch Hires Ex-Pandora Exec Sara Clemens as COO

    Twitch has tapped Sara Clemens, a tech and media veteran who most recently COO at Pandora after working at LinkedIn and on Microsoft’s Xbox team, as chief operating officer. In addition, the Amazon-owned video-game streamer announced the hiring of Mark Weiler, a former Microsoft and Rubicon Project exec, as SVP, head of platforms and services, [...]

  • Jeff Sagansky Harry Sloan

    Jeff Sagansky, Harry Sloan Partner on New Acquisition Company With $325 Million IPO (EXCLUSIVE)

    Veteran Hollywood executives Jeff Sagansky and Harry Sloan are launching Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp. with a $325 million initial public offering. It’s the fourth such acquisition vehicle (dubbed a special purpose acquisition company) that the duo has developed since 2011, following Global Eagle Acquisition, Silver Eagle Acquisition, and Double Eagle Acquisition, which raised a combined $1.3 [...]

  • Google Clips

    Google Clips Camera Passes FCC, Imminent Release Likely

    Google will likely start selling its $249 Clips camera any day now: A filing for the device showed up in the FCC’s database this week, suggesting an imminent release. Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Google first announced its Google Clips camera at a press event in early October. Clips is being [...]

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