Sometime during Sunday's Super Bowl game there will be a close call -- a questionable fumble, an uncertain touchdown -- and to resolve a coach's challenge or a question about the officials' ruling…
It wasn't quite tea and a madeleine, but last week's Entertainment Matters/YouTube keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show conjured remembrances of things past. One thing, anyway.
As anyone who follows Variety's tech coverage knows, one of the consequences of the digital revolution is the blurring of traditional job functions.
Times are sour in the visual effects business. Companies are folding, artists are getting stiffed, and workers are split over unionization.
I want to say one word to you about the future of entertainment.
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