It was Kyncl who piloted YouTube's strategy from the amateur to the professional by signing a reported $150 million worth of deals for new channels with a range of media partners.
Closing out 2012 on a high note, Forssell's multi-year licensing deal with CBS to bring its TV library to the Hulu Plus subscription service starting in January 2013.
Twenty-two years after she first saw the staged "Les Miserables," Anne Hathaway won the coveted role of Fantine.
Devotees of "Les Miserables" will experience something never before seen or heard on stage or on film in Hugh Jackman's performance of Jean Valjean.
After his Oscar-winning turn in "Gladiator," Russell Crowe is no stranger to swordplay.
What most people remember about the 1998-1999 awards season is how "Shakespeare in Love," in an all-out battle led by Harvey Weinstein, bested "Saving Private Ryan" to win the Oscar for best picture.
Daniel Craig may have received a BAFTA nomination for playing 007 in 2007, but if history is any indication, he faces long odds in being nominated for his starring role as James Bond in "Skyfall"…
The technology sector lures many Hollywood investors, but also carries risks
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Donovan, with co-founders Danny Zappin and Ben Donovan, expanded the Culver City-based online video company from eight employees in 2009 to nearly 300 today.