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  • AFM: IFT Boosts Marketing as Emma Watson's 'Your Voice in My Head' Looms

    In a pre-American Film Market move, International Film Trust has appointed Marcin Janowski as head of international marketing and publicity. He will represent the 6-month-old sales company -- a venture between Benaroya Pictures and Miscellaneous...
  • Holiday-season retail sales look bleak, Morgan Stanley predicts

    Holiday-season retail sales look bleak, Morgan Stanley predicts
    Count on coal this Christmas. That's what researchers at Morgan Stanley are saying in the first major forecast of a decidedly dour holiday season. Retailers hoping for a respite from a year of so-so shopping can instead expect the worst Thanksgiving-to-...
  • 'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida

    'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida
    There's a new local radio show for South Floridians with Parkinson's disease. "The Parkinson's Radio Hour" airs from 8 to 9 a.m. Saturdays on WBZT-AM 1230, covering South Florida from the Keys to Vero beach. The show, which debuted Oct. 5, serves as a...
  • Netflix Needs Cable, But the Feeling Isn't Always Mutual

    Netflix is banking on getting on cable set-top boxes to hit aggressive growth targets in the next few years -- but not every U.S. operator is eager to play ball with a company they view as a rival. On Thursday, Danish broadband provider Waoo announced...
  • All eyes on mobile ads as Facebook reports third-quarter results

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Will Facebook wow investors with mobile again? That’s the question as the giant social network prepares to report third-quarter earnings after the closing bell Wednesday. The company excised some of the concerns that dogged...
  • Raid nets boxes of possible evidence

    Local and federal law enforcement agencies took "numerous boxes of paperwork and computers related to the investigation" from the offices of eight businesses they raided in Newport Beach, police said Wednesday. The businesses — State Trust Legal,...
  • Oscar Ad Prices Hit All-Time High as ABC Sells Out 2014 Telecast (EXCLUSIVE)

    Madison Avenue is placing new importance on the Oscars. ABC has sold out its advertising inventory for its March 2 broadcast of the Academy Awards, according to media buyers and other people familiar with negotiations for the event, and has been...
  • Intel Has Talked with Verizon About Internet TV Deal, But There's Nothing on the Table

    Intel has discussed different potential partnerships with Verizon Communications to launch its now-delayed Internet pay-TV service, but the companies are not close to clinching a deal, according to sources. According to an AllThingsD report, Intel and...
  • Read it | Baltimore Outreach Services cookbook

    Read it | Baltimore Outreach Services cookbook
    A new cookbook developed with local chef Connie Crabtree-Burritt shares more than 200 recipes the whole family can enjoy, and should spark some interesting conversations as well. In addition to food, “BOS Cooks” features stories from...
  • How Subway Sandwiches Devoured TV's Shows, Scripts

    In real life, people chow down on everything from McDonald's to Chinese food. So why does it feel like everyone on TV has a yen for Subway sandwiches? Over the past six years or so, Subway has chomped its way into dialogue, plotlines and sets on...
  • Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck

    Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck
    Craving a burger off a fast-food dollar menu? Chances are that it now costs more than a buck. Customers are still reeling from McDonald's move last week to update its Dollar Menu, which for more than a decade offered burgers, fries and other items for...