The Radice Files — Episode 49 “NFT’s, Marijuana, and Amazon”
All this media merger talk has got me thinking, can ownership of so much content by so few companies be good?
Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage
A wild Thursday added to AMC’s already-incredible jump from $2 per share back in January
The biggest cloud computing companies — Amazon, Microsoft and Google — often pull out all the stops to land long-term contracts with marquee corporate customers. The latest prize all three are pursuing, according to four people with knowledge of the matter, is a multiyear deal to provide cloud …
WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar says he plans to stay at the company through at least 2021. He told staff his decision Thursday.
Throwing cold water…
Mike Cavanagh said operator will look at all opportunities, but ‘we like the hand we have’
Former congressman Joe Walsh announced late Wednesday that his radio show has been canceled by a boss he described as a “big Trumper.”
In the wake of Amazon’s acquisition of MGM, Stephen Colbert urged Jeff Bezos to release outtakes from Trump’s “The Apprentice.”
Duo’s show to begin airing in the coveted weekday time slot on June 21 in hundreds of markets.
“The Stand” star Nat Wolff has joined the cast of Peacock’s “Joe Exotic” limited series, the streamer announced Wednesday.
A musical factory under Louis B. Mayer, broken up and passed around like a corporate football by Ted Turner and airline magnet Kirk Kerkorian in the ’80s … what’s left for Prime Video members to see?
Disney is set to close 100 of its cable television channels this year as it continues its move towards a streaming future. Speaking at JPMorgan’s annual Gl
Caesar’s has opened the nation’s first full-service sportsbook inside an arena. CNBC’s Contessa Brewer reports from the sportsbook in Washington, D.C., on what it could mean for the industry.
Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby each scored seven nominations from the BET Awards for 2021, which air June 27 on BET.
Quincy Jones is getting into the NFT business, but he’s doing it eco-friendly style. The long-time musician and producer announced his newest venture: an NFT platform for musicians called OneOf. It’s already garnered the support of artists such as John Legend, H.E.R., Jacob Collier, Kid Laroi and Doja Cat.
After a year of disruption, innovation and catastrophically low ratings, the Academy Awards are getting back to business as usual. The show will return to the Dolby Theatre for its ABC broadcast and the eligibility window will once again close at the end of the calendar year.
And finally…bad news for me
Drama’s finale aired Monday