The consensus is that mobile is the next frontier for delivering Hollywood's marketing messages, but the question being sorted out right now is, what's the best way to get them out there?
As anyone who follows Variety's tech coverage knows, one of the consequences of the digital revolution is the blurring of traditional job functions.
Camera maker Canon is making an aggressive move into Hollywood, unveiling its first-ever line of professional cameras and lenses for movie and television shooting.
It was hardly a secret that Apple would be rolling out its next generation iPhone at a press event Tuesday, but the Cupertino-based company still managed to sneak in a few surprises.
When budding filmmaker Lena Dunham was looking for an affordable camera system to shoot her new movie, "Tiny Furniture," she was pleased to find out that her editor, Lance Edmands, already had…
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