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  • Bulked-up center Eric Kush brings energy to the Chiefs' offensive line

    One of Andy Reid's biggest pet peeves is low-energy players. The Chiefs coach likes the men who play for him to be full of life and have juice. That is, to love the game and energetically attack the voluminous amount of hours they spend preparing to play...
  • Could Kim Kardashian's video game make more money than a hit movie?

    Could Kim Kardashian's video game make more money than a hit movie?
    In the latest video game sensation, the player encounters an attractive stranger at a bar and must make a difficult choice: flirt or network. The goal: climb the Hollywood food chain and transform from a starving no-name to a rich-and-famous A-lister....
  • Tribune Publishing CEO aims to boost online subscriptions, ads

    Tribune Publishing CEO aims to boost online subscriptions, ads
    Jack Griffin, chief executive of Tribune Publishing Co., said his primary focus at the newly spun-off company is growing online subscriptions and digital advertising at its eight major newspapers. "The days of just taking your print product and...
  • CBS Seeks More Than $500K for Ads in 'Thursday Night Football'

    CBS is seeking more than half a million dollars for a 30-second spot in its coming "Thursday Night Football" broadcasts,which will be simulcast on cable's the NFL Network -- the latest signal that TV networks believe live football gives them a greater...
  • SeaWorld stock falls 33% as orca controversy hurts attendance

    SeaWorld stock falls 33% as orca controversy hurts attendance
    Shares of SeaWorld Entertainment plunged 33% Wednesday after the company's earnings missed Wall Street expectations. The Orlando, Fla.-based company also conceded for the first time that attendance at its theme parks has been hurt by negative...
  • 'HeyUSA' Starring Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart to Debut on Conde Nast's The Scene

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Astronauts Wanted's digital series "HeyUSA" -- featuring YouTube stars Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart on a cross-country road trip -- will premiere exclusively on Conde Nast Entertainment's The Scene video site on Oct. 15....
  • Fox Sports Taps YouTube Space LA for Social-Focused @TheBuzzer Web Show

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Fox Sports, looking to deepen its reach with younger audiences on social platforms, has partnered with YouTube Space LA to produce a daily web-video series explicitly focused on fast-breaking stories that will be shared online....
  • 'HeyUSA' Starring Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart to Debut on Condé Nast's The Scene

    Astronauts Wanted's digital series "HeyUSA" -- featuring YouTube stars Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart on a cross-country road trip -- will premiere exclusively on Condé Nast Entertainment's The Scene video site on Oct. 15. "HeyUSA" follows Helbig and Hart...
  • Visit Laguna group upgrades website

    Visit Laguna group upgrades website
    Visit Laguna Beach has a redesigned website to match its new name, the nonprofit organization announced in a news release. The organization, which promotes the city, was formerly called the Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau. The site, http://...
  • Interactive bus shelters tout 'Houdini' miniseries

    Interactive bus shelters tout 'Houdini' miniseries
    The History channel is promoting its upcoming "Houdini" miniseries with interactive bus shelters challenging Chicagoans to hold their breath for three minutes — duplicating one of the magician's legendary tricks. The two-day series will run...
  • Social media stars find live, in-person performances click with fans

    Social media stars find live, in-person performances click with fans
    On Sunday, Shelby Staub, her mom and her best friend drove more than 250 miles from South Bend, Ind., to Cleveland to catch the opening night of a tour by her favorite stars. She didn't go to see Lady Gaga or Beyonce. To Staub, 17, it was much bigger....