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Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
A "Chance" Return For Hugh Laurie As A TV Doctor In Hulu Series
Hugh Laurie warmly recalls "House" and the flawed physician he played as artful combinations of tragedy and comedy. Laurie is returning to TV as a medical man, this time a disillusioned forensic psychiatrist, in "Chance," Hulu's 10-episode series based on Kem Nunn's critically acclaimed novel. With...
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016
HOBO's Chris Stangroom Sounds Off On "Amanda Knox" Documentary
For Chris Stangroom, VP, sr. sound designer/engineer of New York-based HOBO and the supervising sound editor on the new Netflix documentary feature Amanda Knox , his work on the new film features what he calls “musical” sound design. “The sound design plays off of pitches and timbre to help build...
Monday, Oct. 10, 2016
Sling TV's CEO Roger Lynch Discusses Streaming Marketplace, Mobile Viewing
As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV. Sling, which is owned by satellite TV company Dish Network, was one of the first services to offer packages of popular cable channels over the internet,...
Thursday, Sep. 22, 2016
Sharon Horgan Discusses "Catastrophe," "Divorce" And Branded Content
The Amazon series Catastrophe has received its share of critical acclaim, among the most notable honors being “Episode 1” earning show creators, co-writers and co-stars Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. Horgan portrays a London...
Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2016
Filmmaker/Fashion Designer Tom Ford Discusses "Nocturnal Animals"
In between premieres of his latest film, "Nocturnal Animals," in Venice and Toronto, fashion designer and filmmaker Tom Ford has launched a fall collection at New York's fashion week and picked up the prestigious Golden Lion award for his film in Venice. But for Ford, the two realms are kept...
Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2016
Brady, Strahan, Chopra Team On "Religion of Sports" Docu Series
Call it the unholy alliance: one-time Super Bowl rivals Tom Brady and Michael Strahan are teaming up to produce a six-part documentary TV series called the "Religion of Sports." Each hour-long episode looks at different examples of the cultural and spiritual impact of sports in religions around the...
Monday, Sep. 5, 2016
Samsung's Tom Harding Discusses VR, Increased Competition
Samsung just released its third virtual-reality headset for its Galaxy phones, while Facebook's Oculus business and HTC have been shipping more powerful systems connected to high-end personal computers. Sony also has an upcoming system for its PlayStation game console. Yet many people still haven't...
Monday, Aug. 29, 2016
Panera CEO Critical Of McDonald's Marketing, Discusses Image Building
Panera founder and CEO Ron Shaich considers himself the "discoverer-in-chief," meaning he's in charge of ensuring the bakery chain's image doesn't grow stale. The company's recent efforts include ridding its menu of ingredients with long, chemical-sounding names people might find unappetizing. It's...
Friday, Aug. 19, 2016
Chat Room: Television Academy's John Leverence
Our annual tradition continues with SHOOT sounding out John Leverence, sr. VP of awards at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, to get an entertainment industry perspective on the field of commercials nominated for the primetime Emmy which this year consists of: Ad Council’s “Love Has No...
Friday, Aug. 5, 2016
New York Festivals TV & Film Awards Introduces New Category “Best Use of Technology”
The annual New York Festivals TV & Film Awards honors programming in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the Television and Film industries, categories mirror today's global trends and encourage the next generation of story-tellers and talent: Animation, Comedy,...