Sinclair Broadcast's $10.6 billion deal to become the nation's largest owner of regional sports networks positions the broadcaster to boost viewership through streaming services and sports betting, executives said Monday.
Yes, after 18 faithful years as a customer, I’m breaking up with DirecTV. I’m cutting the cord. This doesn’t make me unique. Some 33 million Americans have left pay-TV behind, eschewing cable or satellite television in favor of streaming services.
Sting and Shaggy, Grammy award-winning artists, will hold a concert on the steps of the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery, across the street from Capital One Arena Saturday. Fall Out Boy will do the same before Game 4.
A push from local filmmakers for a new film tax credit plan reached the steps of the Maryland State House this year amid production of the shortened sixth and final season of Netflix’s 21-time Emmy nominee “House of Cards” in the Baltimore area.
The 10,000-member Park Heights megachurch donated more than 4,000 cans of soup in a food drive organizers dubbed “Soup ‘n’ Soul Sunday.” Members also prayed with and served a homemade meal to the homeless at the church on Sunday.
While most would-be auteurs still dream of having a major release and getting studio backing, more and more are taking advantage of the internet’s availability as a low-to-no-cost (and low-risk) distribution platform.
Those youth populations that are at most risk from media's harmful influence are spending more time with media, less likely to be consuming it with parental supervision, and have the least ability to opt-out of the broadcast industry's monopoly over content through over-the-top services or streaming video.
Jack Gerbes is a salesman. On a given day, he might be driving around the state, looking for the perfect Victorian house or an old granary silo that can be used in a film shoot instead of a department store.
It seems like we're all just a little angrier these days — look no further than our current presidential election — even when modern convenience is at an all-time high. Hardship, it seems, isn't the reason for our anger, though.
Matt and Ryan Gielen worked together on independent films before moving to Hollywood. Aaron and Ryan Pinkston film their respective shows on the same lot. Here's how they made the move and stayed close.
As shows and films became more and more available online, the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) sought to ensure that these videos were captioned so deaf and hard of hearing viewers could click to get text for the audio portion. We filed a lawsuit under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and we won. But today, we face a new issue in the growing realm of streamed media from academia. Major universities like Harvard and MIT provide MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses, but many of these