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  • Analysts urge state to scrap film tax credit

    Analysts urge state to scrap film tax credit
    State analysts urged lawmakers Tuesday to scrap Maryland's film tax credit, arguing the state hasn't benefited enough from the $62.5 million poured into television and movie companies since 2012. The hearing in Annapolis marked the public opening of a...
  • Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise

    Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise
    FX's acclaimed "Fargo" got the most Golden Globe TV nominations on Thursday, but the voters also had a few surprises up their sleeves. Showtime's critically praised but little-seen "The Affair" — which tells the story of an extramarital...
  • 'Marco Polo' leads Netflix into uncharted territory

    Netflix, the home of the highly esteemed "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black," goes epic Friday with the release of the 10-episode period epic "Marco Polo." They spent some money on it. The series, which embroiders fancifully on the life and...
  • Panel to hear criticism on film tax

    Panel to hear criticism on film tax
    Lawmakers will consider the fate of Maryland's controversial program to lure film and television crews to the state with millions in tax dollars. Today, during a public hearing, state lawmakers will hear public testimony on whether the costly program is...
  • AFM: Can TV Save the Indie Film Business?

    As independent film producers gather at AFM, one of the biggest things on their minds isn't officially happening in the market: producing, financing and selling TV series. "In my Cannes meetings, people were talking through their film and television...
  • U.S.-China Film Summit: Netflix's Sarandos takes aim at theater chains

    Ted Sarandos, chief content officer for Netflix, took another poke at the movie theater industry on Wednesday. Speaking at the U.S.-China Film Summit sponsored by the Asia Society Southern California at the Millennium Biltmore hotel in downtown Los...
  • Keep the web free

    Keep the web free
    President Barack Obama's declaration that the Federal Communications Commission should use its Title II authority under the Communications Act of 1934 to treat Internet service providers as "common carriers" sounds incredibly technical, but its...
  • Has Netflix's originals 'novelty factor' worn off?

    Has Netflix's originals 'novelty factor' worn off?
    Netflix's subscriber growth for 2013 may have received a one-time lift from high-profile original series "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black," and the pace of net additions has now returned to lower levels now that the "PR bloom" has faded,...
  • Survival of the smartest at Arts Garage

    Survival of the smartest at Arts Garage
    Female playwrights are going to take center stage at Delray Beach's Arts Garage this season. And if the first of three plays to be presented, "The How and the Why," is any indication, we are in for a walloping, wonderful slate. The play has the...
  • Nielsen to measure Netflix, other online video streams -- to an extent

    Ratings giant Nielsen has devised a way to get a grip, albeit a restricted one, on measuring viewership for streaming shows online — providing a glimpse into the performance of shows on Netflix and Amazon. The Nielsen company said it will begin...
  • TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work

    TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work
    Your TV is inside your mind. It knows what you watch. More than that, it knows how you watch. When you pause a program, your TV is taking notes. When you rewind or fast-forward, the machine jots that down too. But here's maybe the scariest part of...