Now that negotiations with Benicio Del Toro have fallen through, J.J. Abrams is moving fast to find someone else to play the villain in Paramount's "Star Trek" sequel.
Like the kids themselves, youth casting is getting tech savvy: auditions recorded by digital camera, submitted by via email or Vimeo, followed by callbacks over Skype.
Starz Entertainment's decision Thursday to walk away from renewal talks on a streaming deal with Netflix leaves questions as to what the next moves from both companies will be.
A slight but likable dramedy about a tech-savvy young woman who attempts to interface with her long-estranged mother.
The ambitious online TV endeavor created by the founders of Skype, Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, known as The Venice Project, will be launched as Joost.com.
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