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DGA Board Approves New Commercials Contract

The DGA’s national board of directors has unanimously approved the terms of a new three-year contract covering directors and members of the directorial team working on TV commercials. 351 more words


'AAAAAAAAH!': Dem fundraising email headers now reduced to incoherent screaming

We at Twitchy have received a lot of enjoyment from the increasingly desperate tone of Democrat fundraising email headers; even die-hard liberals like Josh Marshall… 332 more words

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Bloomberg Helps Democratic Governors' Group Close Gap on Republicans

A national Republican group devoted to helping elect GOP governors has outraised its Democratic counterpart by more than $20 million in the first nine months of this year, but reports filed Wednesday with the Internal Revenue Service show that the gap is narrowing. 749 more words

¿Ya conoces las mejores páginas  web para hacer tus compras?

La realidad es, que en el Internet puedes encontrar de todo para comprar. No existen límites, desde lo más pequeño y remoto hasta lo más grande y general lo puedes encontrar en páginas de Internet. 518 more words

America: A Nation of Pirates

Dan Lewis -

Entertainment. This country is enthralled with it to the point of breaking the law.

Whether it’s viewing the Super Bowl live on TV, purchasing the latest Call of Duty video game, listening to the most popular music, or going to see Frozen in theaters for the third time, Americans just can’t seem to quench their unyielding thirst for more entertainment. 861 more words


Are the Hollywood Guilds & Labor Unions Also to Blame for Dismal Female Employment Numbers?

Recognize the woman at the outset of this post? That’s Kathryn Bigelow, Academy Award winning director and of course a “female director.” She is also the example every diversity naysayer in the industry uses to illustrate their claim that “women are doing just fine in the business.” 1,771 more words


Warner Bros. Promotes Hank Lachmund to EVP to Run Labor Relations Department

By: Jonathan Handel

He replaces Alan Raphael, who will retire at the end of November

Warner Bros. has promoted 31-year veteran Hank Lachmund to executive vice president, industrial relations, and leader of the studio’s labor relations operation, the studio announced Monday. 363 more words