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  • Disney's new initiatives aimed at mobile device users

    Disney's new initiatives aimed at mobile device users
    Walt Disney Co. on Friday revealed a slate of digital initiatives, announcing a new partnership with Wal-Mart around movies, teasing the unveiling of a redesigned ESPN.com and showing how a growing number of YouTube stars would have their own apps....
  • Digital Tracking: 'Nightcrawler' to Slither its Way to $12 Million Opening

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success even before awareness turns into intent? Moviepilot -- which studies social data and box office trends -- analyzes this weekend's new...
  • Mark Zuckerberg is no Oprah

    Mark Zuckerberg is no Oprah
    When Mark Zuckerberg makes a New Year's resolution, people notice. This year, of course, the Facebook chief executive has segued from learning Mandarin to creating one of the Internet's largest book clubs. His "A Year of Books" Facebook page, which...
  • Gmail traffic slowly resumes in China; government involvement denied

    Gmail traffic slowly resumes in China; government involvement denied
    Access to Gmail seems to be slowly returning to China, after a four-day disruption knocked out virtually all access to the popular email service from Google. According to the Internet giant's Transparency Report, Gmail traffic in the country ticked up...
  • Gmail access blocked in China months after crackdown began

    Gmail access blocked in China months after crackdown began
    Officials in China appear to have blocked access to Google email, months after a crackdown on the Internet giant’s myriad services began. According to data from Google’s Transparency Report, Gmail traffic in China dropped sharply starting...
  • 'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online

    'The Interview' to get Christmas Day showing in Poconos; also available online
    Want to spend Christmas Day thumbing your nose at North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un by seeing "The Interview" in a theater? Just head to the Poconos. The controversial movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco is only being shown in one theater within...
  • NFL brings highlight videos to Facebook in key test for social network

    Facebook’s push to crack open a wider niche in the world of online video has sped forward with a pair of “BeastQuakes.” The online social network provider confirmed Wednesday that it’s partnering with the National Football...
  • 'The Interview' goes online; more Illinois theaters to show it on Christmas

    'The Interview' goes online; more Illinois theaters to show it on Christmas
    As more Illinois theaters signed on to show the controversial film "The Interview" on Christmas Day, Sony Pictures also made it available for online rental Wednesday. The raunchy comedy, which depicts a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean...
  • Obama glad 'Interview' released, but won't say if he'll watch film

    Obama glad 'Interview' released, but won't say if he'll watch film
    President Obama cheered Sony's decision to make the Seth Rogen comedy "The Interview" widely available on digital platforms, but declined to say whether he would be streaming the spoof of North Korea while on his Hawaii vacation. During a photo op midway...
  • Fans trumpet free speech, line up for screenings of 'Interview'

    Fans trumpet free speech, line up for screenings of 'Interview'
    "The Interview," the Sony Pictures film about a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, opened in more than 300 movie theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, drawing many sell-out audiences and statements by patrons that...
  • Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes

    Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes
    Expecting a company to actually speak with its customers is so 20th century. Call me old school when it comes to customer service. I believe that when you treat people fairly and respectfully, they'll keep bringing you their business. That means...