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  • Variety to Publish Weekly TV and Film Fan Engagement Measurement Combining All Major Digital Platforms

    Committed to helping the entertainment industry understand how consumers are engaging with U.S. content, Variety will begin publishing a new measurement of TV/film-related fan activity across all major digital platforms. Each week, ListenFirst Media will...
  • Digital Audience Ratings: 'Kimmel' Snags Top Spot With a Little Help From His 'Friends'

    Each week Variety publishes ListenFirst Digital Audience Ratings (DAR), a measurement of fan engagement across all the major digital platforms as it relates to TV shows (the Film version launches this Thursday). Provided by ListenFirst Media, DAR measures...
  • The Biblioracle: Picking up 'Hitchhiker's Guide' again

    The Biblioracle: Picking up 'Hitchhiker's Guide' again
    I'm pleased to announce a new occasional feature in this space. I'm calling it, "But does it hold up?" I'm motivated by some recent face-to-face Biblioracling where after hearing the list of recent reads (which included Christopher Moore and Terry...
  • Guess Who's Running Again? Everybody

    Guess Who's Running Again? Everybody
    5:59. 6:00. "Then put your little hand in mine; 'cause there ain't no hill or mountain we can't climb." Good morning. It's 2014. Tom Foley is running against Dan Malloy. Does that sound familiar? Rosa DeLauro is running for Congress. For the...
  • Monkey selfies can't be copyrighted, federal office decides

    Monkey selfies can't be copyrighted, federal office decides
    Bad news for the British photographer claiming ownership of a self-portrait taken by a curious macaque: The United States has decided monkey selfies can’t be copyrighted. A public draft of the Compendium of U.S. Copyright Office Practices, Third...
  • Good fun is now a key plot point

    Good fun is now a key plot point
    "Storytelling," Hanna Arendt once wrote, "reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it." Some American filmmakers, though, may be taking Arendt's dictum a little too much to heart. One of the cinematic sensations of the summer is...
  • Rioting requires police response [Letter]

    Rioting requires police response [Letter]
    As an Army officer in the late 1960s, I was trained in riot control, responding to the race riots in Washington, D.C. after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and just before my departure to Vietnam. I have a simple solution. You see the use of...
  • Tulsa chocolatier's sweet gig

    Tulsa chocolatier's sweet gig
    Chocolate has never been my "thing." Chocolate ice cream? Chocolate cake? Chocolate milk? I've never been tempted by any of them — at least not until I stepped into Glacier Confection's retail store in Tulsa's hip Brady Arts District. Once inside,...
  • REVIEW: 'All Our Tragic' by The Hypocrites ★★★★

    REVIEW: 'All Our Tragic' by The Hypocrites ★★★★
    "Make no little plans" long has been the mantra of this city, a common justification for our hubristic plans for the skyline or lakefront, often trumping fiscal prudence. But between 11 o'clock in the morning and 11 at night on Sunday, a stretch of...
  • Travel letters: Cedar Breaks' color? In the eyes of the beholder

    Cedar Breaks? Get the color right Though the focus of "A Stage for All" by Sherry Stern [Aug. 10] was on the summer theater in Cedar City, Utah, thank you for also mentioning nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument, where my parents and I camped and...
  • Who owns monkey selfie? Photographer says monkey was like his assistant

    Who owns monkey selfie? Photographer says monkey was like his assistant
    Monkey saw and monkey did -- and now a British photographer says he’s out thousands of dollars because of it. On a trip to Indonesia in 2011, wildlife photographer David Slater set up his equipment to try to capture images of a bunch of crested...