Let no one suggest that James Cameron doesn't put his mouth — and the rest of his body — where his money is.
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Gary Knell came aboard NPR at the end of 2011, a seeming antidote to a staff and membership roiled by controversy and facing something of an identity crisis: In an age when content is available via…
Despite all the reports that the homevideo industry is in a decline, there are signs the biz is actually on an upswing.
National Geographic has created a new entertainment unit that will incorporate National Geographic's Cinema Ventures, Feature Films, Kids Entertainment, Home Entertainment and Music & Radio divisions.
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