Comcast, the nation's largest cable operator, chose Twitter to be the first partner for its new See It feature, which embeds buttons in tweets that can make live or VOD content available to watch and…
From the November 05, 2013 issue of Variety
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When Mariska Hargitay tweeted back in May, "Happy weekend. It's official. Season 15 – I'LL BE BACK!" she gave her loyal "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" fans a treat, breaking the news that she'd…
Bill Condon makes his stage debut at the helm of the La Jolla Playhouse's revival of cult musical "Side Show," and everything you need to know about it can be summed up in just a few words: This…
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Pushing to bridge the Mexican, U.S. and Canadian entertainment industries, Baja's new director, Alonso Aguilar, has added much-needed industry heft.
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