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  • Tuesday, May. 11, 2021
Norman Lloyd poses before a 50th anniversary screening of the film "The Sound of Music" at the opening night gala of the TCM Classic Film Festival on March 26, 2015, in Los Angeles. Lloyd, the distinguished stage and screen actor known for his role as a kindly doctor on TV's "St. Elsewhere," has died at 106. Manager Marion Rosenberg said the actor died Tuesday, May 11, 2021, at his home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Norman Lloyd, whose role as kindly Dr. Daniel Auschlander on TV's "St. Elsewhere" was a single chapter in a distinguished stage and screen career that put him in the company of Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin and other greats, has died. He was 106.

Lloyd manager, Marion Rosenberg, said the actor died Tuesday at his home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.

His credits stretch from the earliest known U.S. TV drama, 1939's "On the Streets of New York" on the nascent NBC network, to 21st-century projects including "Modern Family" and "The Practice."

"If modern film history has a voice, it is Norman Lloyd's," reviewer Kenneth Turan wrote in the Los Angeles Times in 2012 after Lloyd regaled a Cannes Film Festival crowd with anecdotes about rarified friends and colleagues including Charlie Chaplin and Jean Renoir.

The wiry, 5-foot-5 Lloyd, whose energy was boundless off-screen as well, continued to play More

  • Tuesday, May. 11, 2021
Adriana Leite

Advertising agency Eleven has added five to its creative department: Adriana Leite, Jiangzi Tan, Sara Uhelski, Tiffany Scurlark, and Daniel Townsend. 

Leite has joined as creative lead/senior copywriter out of Eleven’s San Francisco office. Leite will bring her experience working with brands including HP, Instagram, and Volkswagen following various copywriting roles at F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, Sid Lee NY, and Victors & Spoils.

Tan has joined as associate creative director/art designer out of Eleven’s San Francisco office. With experience at Funworks, mcgarrybowen, and ARGONAUT, Tan has worked on various brands such as ESPN, Netflix, and Electronic Arts.

Scurlark has joined Eleven as sr. copywriter in New York. Prior to joining Eleven, Scurlark held positions at Giant Spoon and Digitas, working with brands including Budweiser, BlackRock, Volvo, and Netflix. 

Uhelski will be joining the agency as a sr. copywriter, More

  • Monday, May. 10, 2021
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex speaks at "Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World" in Inglewood, Calif. on May 2, 2021, left, and Oprah Winfrey appears at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Jan. 7, 2018. Winfrey and Prince Harry are teaming up for a series that will delve into mental health issues and feature segments from athletes and stars like Lady Gaga and Glenn Close. The streaming service Apple TV+ plus announced Monday that the multi-part documentary series “The Me You Can’t See” will debut on May 21. (AP Photo)

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are teaming up for a series that will delve into mental health issues and feature segments from athletes and stars like Lady Gaga and Glenn Close.

"The Me You Can't See" will be a multi-part documentary series that will debut on Apple TV+ on May 21.

Winfrey and the Duke of Sussex will "guide honest discussions about mental health and emotional well-being while opening up about their mental health journeys and struggles," according to Monday's announcement.

"Now more than ever, there is an immediate need to replace the shame surrounding mental health with wisdom, compassion, and honesty," Winfrey said in a statement. "Our series aims to spark that global conversation."

In addition to Gaga and Close, participants will include NBA players DeMar DeRozan and Langston Galloway, Olympic boxer Virginia "Ginny" Fuchs and chef Rashad Armstead.

"The majority of us carry some form of unresolved More

  • Friday, May. 7, 2021
Christal Gammill

Team One, Publicis Groupe’s fully integrated media, digital and communications agency, has expanded into the Northwest with the addition of its newest team based in Boise, Idaho. This transition is the latest organizational shift resulting from Publicis Groupe’s realignment of resources across the network, and will now more deeply connect Team One’s media, technology and strategy offerings with the Boise team’s daily operations.

“With this transition, Team One will now have a presence in more corners of the United States, allowing us to deeply support the many growing companies located in the great Northwest,” said Julie Michael, CEO of Team One. “We’re eager to integrate this new team and start learning from each other. Their deep history serving B2B and technology clients will be a complimentary addition to our current capabilities, and will no doubt help us continue to grow and evolve, rounding out the connected services and products we’re More

  • Thursday, May. 6, 2021
Jhené Aiko poses for a portrait in Los Angeles on Dec. 7, 2020, left, and Saweetie attends the Brandon Maxwell fashion show during Fashion Week in New York on Feb. 8, 2020. Platinum-selling performers of part-Asian descent, including R&B singer Aiko and rapper Saweetie, will perform at a TV special produced by The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), the newly formed organization launched to improve AAPI advocacy. (Photos by Chris Pizzello, left, and Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Platinum-selling performers of part-Asian descent, including R&B singer Jhené Aiko and rapper Saweetie, will perform on a TV special produced by The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), the newly formed organization launched to improve AAPI advocacy.

TAAF announced Thursday that English icon Sting will also perform at "See Us Unite for Change — The Asian American Foundation in service of the AAPI Community." It will air on May 21 on a number of channels, including MTV, BET, VH1, Comedy Central as well as Facebook Watch.

TAAF's launch comes as anti-AAPI hate and violence persist at alarming rates. Actor Ken Jeong will host the special, which will include appearances by Daniel Dae Kim and Lisa Ling and "will feature testimonials from leading Asian American public figures, as well as individuals working to enact change on the ground," organizers said.

The TV special coincides with TAAF's See Us Unite campaign, which launched Thursday More

  • Thursday, May. 6, 2021
Maggie Meade

Cabin Editing Company is expanding to New York with a new office led by managing partner Maggie Meade. The East Coast launch follows a period of growth for the company, as remote capabilities enabled Cabin to reach new clients across the U.S. and internationally.

“Cabin has seen sustained momentum in recent years and it felt like the right time to officially establish a physical presence on the East Coast--and I knew that Maggie would be the perfect person to lead it,” said Carr Schilling, managing partner at Cabin Los Angeles. “Maggie brings an established track record of success and of being a pioneer--always one of the first in the industry to try a new way of doing things. She has an incredible depth of knowledge of the industry from both the agency and production sides.”

Meade is an accomplished advertising industry veteran. She co-founded the hybrid production studio Sibling Rivalry in 2011 with Joe Wright and Mikon van Gastel, and More

  • Thursday, May. 6, 2021
A scene from "The Heart Still Hums" (courtesy of Park Pictures)

Searchlight Shorts has licensed the Park Pictures documentary short film The Heart Still Hums for its online platform. The short provides a raw and honest glimpse into the struggles of modern-day mothers in need and the charity organizations eager to help. Mothers and mother-figures of all stripes struggle through motherhood and its many hardships, but facing additional challenges like being unhoused, not having financial support or stability, and the real possibility of needing to seek adoptive services for your child is a heartbreaking reality many face today. The film highlights two organizations in particular, Black Mothers United/HerHealthFirst and Chickes in Crisis, Inc, and is sure to strike a chord with both mothers and children of mothers who have struggled with such trials as viewers approach Mother’s Day, May 9.

Co-directed by both Grammy-nominated director Savanah Leaf and Indie Spirit Award-nominated actor and filmmaker More

  • Thursday, May. 6, 2021
In this Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, file photo, the Viacom logo adorns the mass media company's headquarters, in New York. ViacomCBS’s first-quarter net income beat expectations, Thursday, May 6, 2021, on strong streaming revenue during a quarter when the company streamed the Super Bowl and introduced its rebranded streaming service Paramount+. ViacomCBS rebranded its streaming service formerly called CBS All Access to Paramount+ in March. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

ViacomCBS's first-quarter net income beat expectations on strong streaming revenue during a quarter when the company aired the Super Bowl and introduced its rebranded streaming service.

ViacomCBS rebranded its streaming service formerly called CBS All Access to Paramount+ in March.

ViacomCBS added 6 million global streaming subscribers in the quarter, for a total of 36 million across all of its streaming services, Paramount+, Showtime and BET+. ViacomCBS has projected that those services will reach 65 million subscribers by 2024, with most of the growth coming from Paramount+.

Paramount+ costs $6 a month with ads and $10 a month without. It joins an increasingly crowded fray of services from Netflix, Hulu, Disney, AT&T and NBCUniversal, among others.

ViacomCBS said sign-ups for its streaming services were driven by live sports and specials, including the Super Bowl (which aired on CBS All Access before it was rebranded), More

  • Tuesday, May. 4, 2021
John Velazquez riding Medina Spirit, third from right, leads the field as they round the fourth turn to win the 147th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Two sporting events last week — the Kentucky Derby and first round of the NFL draft — pulled in more television viewers than the Oscars, something inconceivable only a couple of years ago.

The Nielsen company said 14.5 million people watched Medina Spirit win the Derby on Saturday, and all the surrounding hoopla of the event, on NBC. The draft's opening, televised on ABC, ESPN and the NFL Network, reached 12.6 million people combined.

Less than two weeks earlier the Academy Awards, once one of the most-watched events of the year, barely topped 10 million viewers.

NBC Sports couldn't resist tweeting out over the weekend that the Derby was watched by more people than any entertainment awards show this cycle. The event also added to the legend of NBC statistics maven Steve Kornacki, the only one on the network to correctly predict the winner.

The Derby's audience beat last year's event, seen by only 9.4 million people because it More

  • Tuesday, May. 4, 2021
Bill Romeo

Streamland Media has completed the acquisition of Technicolor Post and integrated its services into Streamland’s picture, VFX, sound and marketing divisions. The acquisition brings new artists, technical experts, and strategic locations to Streamland, solidifying the company’s commitment to support a global network of award-winning talent in service to postproduction.

“We have one clear vision--to build our global network providing best-in-class services with passionate individuals who are dedicated to creative excellence,” said Streamland CEO Bill Romeo. “We are excited to provide our clients with this expanded pool of top-tier talent, innovative technology and additional sites in Toronto and Atlanta.”

Streamland’s executive leadership team includes Sherri Potter, Robert Rosenthal and Jake Torem.

Potter will oversee the company’s worldwide picture and VFX services which include Picture Shop, The Farm and Ghost VFX brands. She will More

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