Nearly two years after it opened at the Venice Film Festival, Xavier Dolan's drama "Tom at the Farm" has finally landed U.S. distribution, Variety has learned. Amplify Releasing will be debuting the…
Millennium Entertainment has acquired the Los Angeles operations of multi-platform distributor Amplify for an undisclosed price. Millennium touted the deal as an enhancement of its digital…
Amplify and Starz Digital Media have teamed up to grab North American rights to “Champs” and will release it day-and-date theatrically and on video-on-demand in 2015. Bert Marcus directs the…
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Variance Films, the theatrical distribution arm of the newly founded company Amplify, has acquired director Jeremy Snead’s “Video Games: The Movie,” inking a July 18 theatrical release for the…
Twitter loves to tout the real-time immediacy of its 140-character service — making it ideal for stirring the social conversation about live TV. But with Twitter’s deal with the National Football…
CBS is now Twitter's biggest partner in the TV biz, with the companies announcing a pact to sell sponsored video-based tweets for 42 of the Eye's shows as well as many of its Internet properties this…
Warner Bros. studio topper Kevin Tsujihara sounded a thoroughly bullish tone over prospects for J.K. Rowling's Hogwarts textbook "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."
Fox Sports Digital has acquired social sports start-up Fanhood, hiring founder/CEO Brandon Ramsey as vice president of engineering.
Viacom and Twitter are going back to the social TV well, after selling the tweet-related video sponsorship opps for MTV's 2013 Music Video Awards within a week of announcing their partnership. Duo…
Reports this week of TV commercials finding a place on Facebook may seem like a gamechanger for social media, but Twitter has already made serious inroads on this front.
How drunk do you have to be to laugh yourself stupid at “I Hope They Serve Beer On Broadway”? Christopher Carter Sanderson’s raunchy adaptation of “the literary works” of Tucker Max beckons its…