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  • Amazon Studios signs Woody Allen to create his first TV series, set to premiere in 2016

    Amazon Studios is delivering Woody Allen as creator of his first-ever TV series. The Oscar-winning filmmaker will write and direct all of the episodes of the half-hour series. A full season has been ordered for Amazon's Prime Instant Video, the company...
  • Woody Allen estrenará su primera serie de televisión por Amazon

    Woody Allen estrenará su primera serie de televisión por Amazon
    WASHINGTON - El prestigioso director de cine Woody Allen dirigirá y escribirá su primera serie de televisión, con episodios de media hora de duración, para el servicio online de Amazon, informó hoy la compañía. La serie llevará por título: "El...
  • Golden Globes winner Amazon is Hollywood's 'new best friend'

    With two major wins at the Golden Globes, Amazon Studios is now a contender in Hollywood. The digital network earned its bona fides as a competitive force in TV by landing trophies for best comedy for its critically praised "Transparent" and actor for...
  • Amazon contrata a cineasta Woody Allen para crear serie de televisión

    Amazon contrata a cineasta Woody Allen para crear serie de televisión
    Amazon.con Inc dijo que contrató a Woody Allen para escribir y dirigir una nueva serie de televisión para su servicio de transmisión online. La serie de media hora será emitida por el servicio Prime Instant Video de Amazon en Estados Unidos, el Reino...
  • FCC is getting closer to preserving the Internet

    The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Monday, Jan. 12: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler changed his tune last week and hinted he might be willing to help preserve an open Internet. He should go all in and...
  • Golden Globes 2015: HBO, major networks get the cold shoulder from HFPA

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. lived up to its idiosyncratic reputation Sunday night, largely shunning perennial awards favorite HBO and completely shutting out the four major broadcast networks in the television categories. Instead, it bestowed...
  • Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins

    Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins
    The Golden Globes honored the new and the socially progressive in TV on Sunday, with top awards going to two freshman series, Amazon's transgender comedy "Transparent" and Showtime's extramarital drama "The Affair." Offering thanks for the comedy...
  • Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late

    Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late
    With the frequency of data breaches these days, it may feel as if you're gambling every time you swipe your credit card or fill out a form giving a business your personal information. If your information does get swiped by a hacker, it's not a sure...
  • Mobile shopping and shrinking middle class spur store closings early in year

    Mobile shopping and shrinking middle class spur store closings early in year
    With the holiday shopping season over, store closing season has arrived, driven this year by a shift in how and where consumers make purchases and the continued decline of a once-dependable middle-class customer base. Less than two weeks into 2015,...
  • TV isn't dead, but set makers and service providers focus design on growing online viewership

    Does anyone just watch TV anymore? The dramatic shift toward online and mobile viewing is driving television set makers to design as much for streaming video as for watching broadcast or cable channels. Traditional TV is far from dead, but these days...
  • More options than ever for mobile credit card readers

    NEW YORK (AP) — Need to accept credit cards for your small business? You have more reader options than ever. Online retailers Amazon and Etsy are the latest companies to offer the devices, which plug in to smartphones and tablets and let business...