Cord Cliff Coming: What Happens to TV When Netflix Streams Live Events?

It can’t justify premium pricing without adding new premium content.

Accel’s Breyer Leads Forbes Midas List of Top Tech Investors Again, While Kleiner’s Doerr Leads in Media Scrutiny

It’s hard being — and staying — king of the VCs.

Instagram Surpasses 100 Million Active Users

A new milestone for the popular photo-sharing application.

Great News About Those Terrible Oscars: You Can Watch Them Again!

This is the way it should be: Everyone complains about last night’s TV show, then watches on the Web today. Now if you they could only get it on YouTube …
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Apple’s iPad Ad Makes an Oscar Bid

The Cupertino company’s latest ad makes its Oscar night debut.


Visual Effects Industry Does a Disappearing Act

Despite demand for digital effects in the film industry, the business is slowly becoming less profitable.

We Are All Huffington Post Now

Hey, what time do the Oscars start, anyway?
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Pixar’s Secret to Succeeding in a Hits-Driven Business Is Brutal Honesty, Catmull Says

Speaking at D10 today, Ed Catmull explained his secret to success when it comes to producing one blockbuster movie after the next.
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Smoking and Tweeting in Line at the Oscars

The Artist people were in line in front of me and now I smell like cigarettes and entitlement.

Kaui Hart Hemmings, author of “The Descendants,” tweeting about her Academy Awards experience. The film adaptation of her book was shut out of the Oscar race, while “The Artist” was the big winner of the night.

"The Social Network" Falls Short at Oscars

The Socialized and Appified Oscars

Viral Video: Mike Tyson's Oscar Picks