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  • 'Noah' Joins Super Bowl Roster of Film Ads

    Paramount Pictures has purchased a Super Bowl spot to promote Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," which is sailing into theaters March 28. The studio announced plans to show the commercial during the big game on Tuesday, just days before the Seattle Seahawks face...
  • Which Movies Are Heading to the Super Bowl?

    Super heroes Spider-Man and Captain America are headed to the Super Bowl. So are the Muppets. What about Godzilla or the Guardians of the Galaxy? Their studios have opted to sit them on the sidelines during the Big Game, with plans to hype those tentpoles...
  • Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down

    Millennial Media founder, CEO Palmieri steps down
    In a sudden departure, Millennial Media founder and CEO Paul Palmieri left the Baltimore mobile advertising company Monday to work for a prominent Maryland venture capital firm. Palmieri said in an interview his resignation had been in the works for...
  • 'Linsanity' is Slam Dunk in China

    HONG KONG - "Linsanity," the basketball documentary that was a sensation at last year's Sundance, has been acquired in China by Metan Development. Directed by Evan Leong, the film is the backstory of Jeremy Lin, the basketball playing star of Taiwanese-...
  • Scarlett Johansson's Banned Super Bowl Ad Pops Online

    Marketers love a good controversy, and SodaStream is taking advantage of a few rules from the NFL that will prevent an initial cut of its $4 million commercial from airing during the Super Bowl. The flipside, its uncensored ad could be watched by more...
  • CBS CEO predicts extended ad payment windows for delayed TV viewing

    As television viewers increasingly watch shows days and weeks after they originally air, broadcasters are trying to get paid for more of those views. On Tuesday, CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said advertisers are increasingly willing to pay...
  • Former Baltimore officer pleads guilty to pimping teenage wife

    Former Baltimore officer pleads guilty to pimping teenage wife
    A former Baltimore police officer pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to serving as a pimp for his 19-year-old wife and another young woman who lived with him. Between February and May of last year, Lamin Manneh, 32, advertised the two women's...
  • Fox Will Stream Super Bowl XLVIII Free to Computers and iPads

    Fox Sports will use Super Bowl XLVIII as a showcase for its online and mobile authentication service for pay-TV subscribers, offering a free, one-day "preview" of Fox Sports Go during TV's biggest event. As previously reported by Variety, Fox will stream...
  • AT&T Hangs Up On 'American Idol' Sponsorship

    AT&T is cutting its longstanding ties with Fox's "American Idol," severing a sponsorship that has lasted 12 years, while the program grapples with ratings declines and age. "We've been proud to be a part of this groundbreaking TV series for the past 12...
  • Police: Men offered fake painkillers on Craigslist

    Police: Men offered fake painkillers on Craigslist
    Two men were arrested after police said they tried to sell dozens of fake prescription painkillers that were advertised on Craigslist, authorities announced today. The Lake County Sheriff’s department said it received a tip from McHenry police...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension

    'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension
    Cable network A&E said on Friday it was bringing back family patriarch Phil Robertson to the hit reality show "Duck Dynasty" after fans protested his suspension over anti-gay remarks and big-name corporate sponsors stuck by the series. Robertson's...