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Disney Rebrands TV Studios, 20th Century Fox TV to Become 20th Television

Geek News Central

00:09 sec | 3 months ago

Disney Rebrands TV Studios, 20th Century Fox TV to Become 20th Television

"Has no more fox. Fox has left the building. So basically, Twentieth Century Fox is now twentieth

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Twitch streamers see 'sudden influx' of copyright takedown requests for old clips

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

07:05 min | 6 months ago

Twitch streamers see 'sudden influx' of copyright takedown requests for old clips

"Well now we have the full force power. The distribution engine known as the Internet and stuff is getting really messy again so a whole rash of DMC. A takedown requests were sent out to twitch streamers off of clips in their archives. this is coming directly from the twitch support twitter twitter feed. This do this week. We've had a sudden influx DMC takedown requests for clips with background music from twenty seventeen to twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred, if unsure, about rights to audio and pass streams, we advisory moving those clips we know many of you have large archives and we're working to make this easier. This is the first time we have received mass DMC clip. CLIP CLAIMS AGAINST CLIPS? We understand this has been stressful for affected. Creators are working on solutions including examining how we can give you more control over your clips. We adhere to the DMCA which requires that we take action on content in streamer accounts upon notice from rights holders as happened this week. Our guidelines for music have not changed, so please reference them here. This is. This is an impossible situation Again saying commentary and critique you'll you go to a youtube video and we're GONNA be talking about this scary movie, and at the beginning of that youtube video they flash while ago section five Oh to fair use blah, blah, blah, commentary increase critique. Claiming Fair use is not an affirmative defense. You can't fair use and then use someone else's intellectual property. Commentary and critique is your reactive defense. If a rights holder decides to take you to court. And then you pay for a lawyer to go before a judge against a multi. Billion Dollar Corporation to defend your right to use their intellectual property. cannot a for a firm that defense before you see a judge, you can only react to a to a claim using that as your legal protection, which I don't know about you, but I don't have the money to hire lawyers to go up against Disney. No like this is not something I can really do now. Many corporations take very soft touch approach, but in this age of creating content for Youtube, and for twitch, and for any other platform out there. It is. Wildly difficult. To work out the legal responsibilities. Youtube doesn't. They, give everything over to the rights holders, and they allow the rights holders to decide. Was this a violation, or was this fair use, or can they use your content and the rights go? We'll sure, but we're GONNA. Take all their monetization. That's not really fair. Use I mean again. If you make a documentary, you don't have to clear clips in a documentary so long as you're holding to actual commentary on the media that you're using the intellectual property that you're using. I take a very conservative. View on fair use like a reaction video to me is not fair use. A movie review, which just spoils the plot is not fair. Use a you. You know what I'm talking. Those movie reviews where it's like a twenty minute video, and all they do is talk about the plot, and that the very end they go well. I thought. This movie was great. You know like if the whole point of your review is to. For your own benefit, supplant someone from going to see that movie and monetize that movie then I don't believe your fair use. I don't believe that's critique, I don't believe that's i. that's barely commentary on a piece of copyrighted intellectual property. So. This is gonNA. Get Messier from my few game streams. Were were the ones okay so i. don't have a ton of games. Strings on twitch. Keep those clips whenever I've done a game stream. It's usually just like. I've got an hour to game and I felt like opening up a chat window, so we can all hang out it. It's almost never like. Anything amazing happens. That's worth me saving but I did. Keep my clips from alien blackout. And all of those both on Youtube and on twitch got removed. Got takedown notices a twentieth century Fox, the Soundtrack to alien is in that game, and if I'm sharing a stream or a part of a stream from that game, that clip is going to have a content ide- flag and I'm GONNA get a takedown requests so you. I'm pulling I pulled those clips. You, you can't see my my alien stream not again. I don't know that you'd want new just playing an android game for an hour. But they're gone. You know so increasingly. That's going to be. I think part of the situation or the problem, the actual live stream on twitch i. don't see where that's necessarily going to be affected and twitches such a platform for that in that moment real time interaction with their community I don't feel that these. These take down. Requests are going to be focused on that activity, but that still a legal grey area where I feel at some point, if these companies are getting more litigious and more aggressive about platform, like twitch that we're going to have to start examining how this stuff is monetize. How'd you stream even in real time? Someone might see this. Person's going to be streaming. This game in this game uses as a soundtrack from this from this musician and that musician might be able to in real time. Say NOPE, you don't have permission to use my music in the stream because you're not talking about my music, you're talking about the. And that's different. And who has an angry angry? Joe Was for one of the Star Wars sequels he had a video. With the. A complaint on it, and you go and watch his reaction. He's playing the full audio of a trailer and that trailer has John Williams music on it and he's not commenting on the music. Well You're playing the music. You are no longer. Safely operating under commentary and critique by playing John Williams score, and not critiquing or commenting on John Williams score. That's that's not fair. Use so rightfully you're. You should be as you DMC a notice. That's that's what's so. Sticky that's what's so difficult about about how this stuff is handled and why we need sweeping reform. Of Copyright Law in the United States, but that's probably not going to happen is probably not going to happen in my lifetime.

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Disneyland is Closed. It's Only the Fourth Time in 60 Years.

Business Wars Daily

04:35 min | 8 months ago

Disneyland is Closed. It's Only the Fourth Time in 60 Years.

"Story about Disney and it's giving new opportunities to others as we'll discover later in the week we're to start by updating a story. We ran earlier this month about Disney CEO. Bob Iger stepping down. He handed the reins to Bob Shape. It who until then had been in charge of running the theme parks. We knew shape would face many challenges but even on March second when we first ran history no one dreamed of the obstacles. He would be facing. Today Disneyland closed. Its doors a week ago. Saturday as a production time the company planned to keep Disneyland closed through the end of the month. Disneyworld in Florida and Disney's Paris resort have also been close in Sunday march fifteenth. It's only the fourth time in Disney's history that the original California theme park has been closed since its birth in nineteen fifty five. The first time was for National Day of mourning after the assassination of President John F Kennedy in November nineteen sixty three. It stayed open every single day for the next thirty one years not closing again until the northridge earthquake shattered. The city's Com in Nineteen ninety-four. Even then it was only partially closed. The third closure comes as little surprise. Disneyland didn't open on September Eleventh. Two thousand one after hijackers attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Here's our story from March second about Bob? Agar's Legacy Bob Shapes Future Disney big news on February Twenty Fifth Disney CEO. Bob Iger step down from his post effective immediately. Yeah it had been rumored for years that the longtime well respected executive would retire sometime. But the announcement suddenness reportedly surprised employees and industry executives according to C. N. N. It also shocked investors the announcement on a random Tuesday. One analyst said was stunning. The share price sank on the news even more sharply than the rest of the market which was already in freefall because of Corona virus fears. Agar's replacement Bob Shaping twenty-seven-year-old Disney veteran. Since two thousand fifteen is run Disney's parks and resorts division. He'll have Gargantuan shoes to fill. Bob Eiger is known as a fearless risk taker a guy who believes in the motto. Innovate or die. He's been at Disney for forty five years. It took the reins from Michael Eisner. Fifteen years ago then Disney was turning a profit of two and a half billion a year according to CNBC. Today it's more than ten billion not surprisingly share prices followed growing four hundred percent over fifteen years of managing the house of mouse that soaring profitability is typically credited to iger bonus as chief executive. He made enormous bets. Acquiring Lucasfilm Pixar Marvel and last year completing a seventy billion dollar acquisition of Twentieth Century Fox. The result Disney films dominated the box office last year. Grossing more than ten billion dollars according to CNBC if that wasn't enough eiger led Disney into streaming TV sinking billions into creating Disney plus. The twentieth century. Fox purchase helped fuel Disney plus by giving it a huge catalog of content. So too did move to take back. Disney shows that had formerly licensed to net flicks. Now it's fierce rival. The strategy seems to be working. Disney plus launched only three months ago in November. The company says it now has nearly thirty million subscribers. I grew is also known as charismatic. Outgoing executive who loves to HOBNOB The Wall Street Journal says not so much shaping who the New York Times describes his blunt business like and devoted to making his numbers but also quote in love with all things Disney. He has even been known to chat with Disney characters. As he walks through the resorts on shaping watch parks and resort profits grew every year for five years in a row mostly double digits. According to the journal the newspaper credits. The growth. To expansion of the Parks Chafiq Lead. Disney's new star wars

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Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Down Abruptly

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 9 months ago

Disney CEO Bob Iger Steps Down Abruptly

"From wondering. I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday march second big news last Tuesday Disney CEO. Bob Eiger stepped down from his post effective immediately. Yeah it had been rumored for years that the longtime well respected executive would retire sometime. But the announcement suddenness reportedly surprised employees and industry executives according to CNN. Especially since Agar's employment contract is up until the end of twenty twenty one it also shocked investors the announcement on a random Tuesday. One analyst said was stunning. The share price sank on the news even more sharply than the rest of the market which was already in freefall because of Corona virus fears items replacement BOB SHAPE ICK Twenty-seven Year Disney veteran. Who since two thousand fifteen has run? Disney parks and resorts division. He'll have Gargantuan shoes to fill. Bob Iger is known as a fearless risk taker. A guy who believes in the motto in by. He's been at Disney for forty five years. He took the reins for Michael Eisner. Fifteen years back then. Disney was turning a profit of two and a half billion dollars a year according to CNBC. Today it's more than ten billion not surprisingly share prices followed growing four hundred percent over Eiger fifteen years managing the house of mouse that soaring profitability is typically credited do bonus as chief executive. He made enormous bets. Acquiring Lucasfilm Pixar Marvel and last year completing a seventy billion dollar acquisition of Twentieth Century Fox. The result Disney films dominated the box office last year. Grossing more than ten billion dollars according to CNBC if that wasn't enough eiger led Disney into streaming TV sinking billions and creating Disney plus the twentieth century. Fox purchase helped fuel Disney plus by giving it a huge catalog of content. So too did I moved to take back. Disney shows that it had formerly licensed Netflix. Now it's fierce rival. The strategy seems to be working. Disney plus launched only three months ago in November. The company says it now has nearly thirty million subscribers. I group is also known as charismatic. Outgoing executive who loves to HOBNOB The Wall Street Journal says not so much. Pick who the New York Times describes as blunt businesslike and devoted to making his numbers but also quote in love with all things Disney. He has even been known to chat with the Disney characters as he walks through the resorts on Capex Watch Parkson Resort. Prophets grew every year for five years in a row mostly at double digits. According to the journal the newspaper credits the growth expansion of the parks shape lead. Disney's new star wars attractions and the five billion dollars. Shanghai Disney resort but also to what the Journal calls strategic cost cutting parks visitors. Were flat last year. But revenue and profits increased as shaping high ticket prices. During high traffic days. Bloomberg reported following the announcement. Social media was a buzz not just with questions about the abrupt news but also with complaints about unaffordable ticket. Prices Bob I toll. Cnbc and others that his plans to step down were widely known within Disney halls. Just not publicly his reasoning. He said he will become Executive Chairman for the twenty two months left in his employment contract and he plans to devote his time to bolstering Disney's creative content before he leaves the company. Nothing could be more important. As the

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Emma Watts resigns as chief of 20th Century Studios

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Emma Watts resigns as chief of 20th Century Studios

"Emma Watts who was chief of what is now now called Twentieth Century Studios of course was twentieth century. Fox Studios is leaving Disney and this is less than a year after the Disney merger the Disney acquisition of Fox closed. And what has happened here is first of all we. We should talk a little bit. About whom watts is. But this is also part of of kind of the dismantling of Fox and the reaction to Emma Watson's resignation from people like Steven Spielberg and Ryan Reynolds. I think it's sort of a signal that there's queasiness around the way that Disney has completely swallowed Fox even though the kind of movies Mawass made Don't fit obviously into what Disney has done in the past at

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

Burn Fat Orlando.com

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"And the Walt Disney company has chosen to remove the fox brand from his twenty first century fox properties the company which bought the over seventy billion dollar properties last year says that twentieth century fox will now be known as twentieth century studios and fox searchlight pictures will become searchlight pictures however there's no word yet though on a name change the TV

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

Magic Mechanic

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"And the Walt Disney company has chosen to remove the fox brand from his twenty first century fox properties the company which bought the over seventy billion dollar properties last year says that twentieth century fox will now be known as twentieth century studios and fox searchlight pictures will become searchlight pictures however there's no word yet though on a name change the TV

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

KFBK Outdoor Show

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"Movie fans are about to see a logo change on the big screen instead of twentieth century fox appearing before the opening credits it'll just say twentieth century studios Disney is dropping the fox name from the studio and search light label after eighty five years in Hollywood the change comes almost a year after Disney acquired the studio another fox

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

KFBK Outdoor Show

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"Movie fans are about to see a logo change on the big screen instead of twentieth century fox appearing before the opening credits it'll just say twentieth century studios Disney is dropping the fox name from the studio and search light label after eighty five years in Hollywood the change comes almost a year after Disney acquired the studio another fox

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Disney dropping the 'Fox' from movie studio names

Jim Bohannon

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Disney dropping the 'Fox' from movie studio names

"Forty five years we've been seeing movies start out with a twentieth century fox logo on the screen but no more Disney acquired the studio along with fox searchlight pictures back in March and according to variety it's dropping fox from the name from now on it'll be twentieth century studios and searchlight pictures has led to speculation that Disney doesn't want his property confuse with those of Rupert Murdoch including fox TV and fox

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

WBZ Afternoon News

00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"There's no longer a fox in the mouse house less than a year after the Walt Disney company acquired the film assets of twenty first century fox it's going to get rid of the name fox the twentieth century fox film studio will be named twentieth century studios fox searchlight pictures will become simply searchlight

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Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops 'Fox' From Twentieth Century Name

"The house that Mao's to build says kicking out the fox and the Walt Disney company's removing the fox name from fox studios required last year for seventy one billion dollars twentieth century fox becomes twentieth century studios fox searchlight pictures becomes searchlight pictures and they will continue to make the fox movies that Disney doesn't want to associate with its family friendly brands such as

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Disney Drops Fox Name, Will Rebrand as 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures - Variety

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Drops Fox Name, Will Rebrand as 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures - Variety

"There's no longer a fox in the mouse house less than a year after the Walt Disney company acquired the film assets of twenty first century fox it's going to get rid of the fox name the two studios under that umbrella will be re branded the twentieth century fox film studio will be named twentieth century studios and fox searchlight pictures will become simply searchlight pictures simple he's in those divisions already have their email addresses switched to the new

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Disney+ Goes for the Jugular: Buy Two Years, Get the Third Free

Motley Fool Answers

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Disney+ Goes for the Jugular: Buy Two Years, Get the Third Free

"This year and also closing out the year there's going. I want to be a lot more streaming platforms available which is going to put some more pressure on companies that have been longtime recommendations at the full here like net flicks and so today. We're just talk about it. We're going to talk about some of our options when it comes to streaming video and investing in these kinds of companies and really how does it look for Netflix doc well later. We didn't get to later. I don't know if so from the research I did every article I read. I was just like ooh not but I don't know Netflix. I'd say it's more challenging environment today than it was five years ago about that for every everyone all the time I well. Let's start off by talking about Disney. of course Disney earlier this year actually just last month two months ago. Announced Disney plus was coming so let's head to the tail of the tape hape. Disney plus is GonNa Launch on November twelve so it doesn't have any subscribers to talk yet well. That's not true actually. Keep going all right. Content will include Disney Pixar Marvel Star Wars stuff twentieth century. Fox Movies Twenty five original series also National Geographic. It's expected that Disney plus will have about seven thousand television Asian episodes and five hundred films. Eiger says eventually the whole vault. Yes the whole waltz. We'll be available on Disney plus all right so how much is Disney GonNA spend well. They're gonNA spend about five hundred million in original content for the service but obviously they're spending a lot of money on content all the time everywhere the man delorean Laurean alone one of the Star Wars TV shows is going to cost a hundred million dollars so that five hundred million might be a low ball offer. Just one of the original series is causing that much price will be sixty nine ninety nine a year or about seven dollars a month you can also do a bundle with Hulu in which there's Disney has recently taken control of and also ESPN plus and that will be twelve ninety nine a month. So that's the tale of the tape eight for Disney plus. I think as both a lover of Star Wars and a parent of a six year old girl we are going to be running not walking to sign up for Disney snip lasts while I fully agree with you in as a parent of two older girls. We've got a freshman in high school in eighth grader I can't believe your oldest is in high school. I know every birthday. They have reminds me that I had one two they have there's a lot of content that they wanNA watch dizzy pluses wells. I think they've done a good job of of of building out this offering that is going to scratch in. It's for everyone so to speak going back to just the subscriber count that you talked about a little bit earlier. Disney did something very very clever at the D twenty three conference this year where they you know they they release all this information on what's going on in the universe and so of course between three had much much to do with dizzy plus in the contents coming out and they offered pre subscriptions. You could sign an advance and not only that they said if you sign up for two years we'll give you the third one for free so they really were working on pulling the levers to get those subscribers in their early. in by all accounts it's worked out pretty well. It certainly overloaded the servers and shut everything down for a little while until they get back in there to fix it but it does sound like a lot of people are as enthusiastic as you you and I and I I would assume pros probably pretty busy as well very much about the star wars by kids are probably too old for the Disney stuff but about about the high school musical series. I might just have to convince them that they still like just enough so I can get the

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CBS + Viacom could equal higher streaming rates

Talking Tech

04:50 min | 1 year ago

CBS + Viacom could equal higher streaming rates

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com and stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners cutting the cord used to be easy easy ditch cable by an antenna and watch free shows and movies and t._v. Shows on netflix amazon hulu then big media got into action polling polling shows off those services and asking us to pay extra money to get it from them. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to the weekend edition talking tech and you know nothing. Radical has has happened to our streaming bill yet but just wait. It's about to explode this week c._b._s. Viacom agreed to merge in a nod towards streaming joining disney his knee n._b._c. universal a._t. and t. and apple as they look to reshape the streaming landscape and carve out there chunk of the lucrative new media dollar c._b._s. Which is the owner of the c._b._s. T._v. network and cable showtime and viacom which is home to m._t._v. Nickelodeon and comedy central have both been stodgy towards streaming than competitors. The viacom channels for instance are not available on the youtube t._v. Cable alternative or sony's playstation view service hulu shows most of the prime time lineups of n._b._c. fox a._b._c. but not c._b._s. Which has declined to join the ad supported service us instead c._b._s. Started its own service called c._b._s. All access which has all of the network's primetime shows originals like new versions of star trek and a sequel to the good wife viacom made its with pluto dot tv the ad supported network. It bought in january for three hundred and forty billion dollars. It recently began offering older viacom cable t._v. Shows like wall burgers this week. Exact said viacom shows would soon come the c._b._s. All access access and c._b._s. Fair we'd go to pluto that won't raise anyone's rates netflix recently updated monthly charge and apple disney planned to launch new streaming services this year with warner and n._b._c. universal in twenty twenty disney plus. The streaming service set to launch in november is the biggest project that disney says the company's anthony's been involved with in many years. It is the service. I think listeners are most excited about because it's only going to be seven dollars a month. You're gonna have all the old disney disney classics new classics and originals from the pixar marvel and twentieth century fox libraries and again seven dollars so oh i see a lot of people picking that up the warner services called h._b._o. Max it's coming out next year. It's going to be offered to current h._b._o. Subscribers as a nominal upgrade paid one alice's spoke to this week thought it would be three to four dollars monthly data courses if you already subscribed h._b._o. Analysts are not as excited about apple t._v. V plus which is the premium service is touted a handful of popular names like oprah winfrey steven spielberg and reese witherspoon but so far only one the coming attraction for a program called the morning show which is with reese witherspoon in jennifer aniston. The lack of quantity makes it less attractive to consumers analysts say now apple hasn't announced pricing or firm launch date beyond the fall either way. Get out your credit. Cards has certainly elite many listeners will wanna try out apple and disney and h._b._o. Mats and who knows what else what are your thoughts. I'd love to hear from you on twitter where i'm at jefferson referencing graham. You've been listening to talking. Please subscribe to the show where ever you listen to audio. I'll be back at you tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech these days businesses. Mrs of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you wanna make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com com. You'll find all the tools. You need to create a stunning professional website. You'll get access to hundreds of design elements and features that can help you grow your brand online email marketing marketing tools and accustomed domain to name a few wicks is creation without limits choose from one of their five hundred templates or start from scratch. You have the freedom to build your site any way you want plus. Everything is optimized for any device so you'll look great on desktops and mobile's alike join the over one hundred fifty million in people already using wicks and build a professional website of your very own today and if you go to wicks dot com and use our code talking you'll get ten percent off any premium plan wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks dot com promo code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.

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Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

The Frame

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

"The annual up-front are taking place this week in New York City. It's when broadcast and cable networks gathered to unveil their fall lineups and make their pitch to advertisers today. Disney announced its plans to buy com casher of Hulu for no less than five point eight billion dollars giving Disney full control of the streaming site. Bloomberg news reporter, Lucas Shaw told me what Disney plans to do with its new acquisition all the executives who that asked. Today said it was too soon to know, you know, one divide that we know is that is neat. Plus or all of the family fund friendly has classic Disney programs so Pixar, and then also some marvel and in Star Wars who is going to be home to more of the adult show. So like, the FX network which had American horror story and people for so Jay and pose those shows are likely to live on. Hulu how exactly that's gonna work still being sorted out. Some of the other networks, you know, what's the different shows on ABC or could end up in in both places. And also dizzy has ESPN plus which is going to be sports streaming service. So Disney total will have what five streaming platforms in the next couple of years or four at least by the end of this year. It'll have the three big ones of of Disney, plus. Who and ESPN plus, and then there may be some some smaller one round the margin. But I think if you're gonna put all of its investment into those three as John Landgraf, the head of FX said this morning, there's not a whole lot of sense in being a smaller streaming service competing now that you have some of these huge companies, apple Amazon. Netflix is knee AT and T com. Asked all kind of racing toward the same place. John Landgraf also says he's letting FX now go away. And instead the streaming for FX will now go on Hulu. So it does feel like there's a massive consolidation even between the FOX and Disney and ABC assets right now. Yeah. And it's funny. You know, we used to talk about in the entertainment business. There's a lot of talk about the six meters ios, and that was mostly in reference to the movies, but it's true and TV too and that six has shifted where you still because of the consolidation. The Disney is is still a really big player. Universal is through Comcast which owns it. But you know, have the. Of the tech guys seated at that table thing that also seems to be happening is that the networks are canceling a lot of shows, and obviously that are going to be introducing new ones does it feel as if they're higher profile shows that are now being axed. The number of shows that really matter on broadcast has gone down. You know, you look at what the ratings are what the shows that people are talking about. And they're just not a lot of new broadcast hits every year. You know, when you were talking making reference to big shows getting cancelled one of the big shows that you think got cancelled with was empire, you know, just four years ago that was the big new hit on TV. You know, great news for FOX it added viewers every week season. Finale was watched by like seventeen eighteen million people and just a few years later the audience for that show is really shriveled. It's not even one of the sixty most watched shows on on TV anymore. So it seemed to make sense for FOX to have that end after six season, and then the type of show that really capitalizes and an audience every year like empire did a few years ago is few and far between you've had empire that this is compare that the number of sexy shows that have come out on streaming or on cable in recent years in broadcasts and share of pop culture, just shrinks every year dizzy. His obviously been on a spending spree and buying a lot of the assets of Twentieth Century, Fox. And now, it's Hulu deal. Are there are other networks and media companies that feel like they're a little bit behind is there one network. In other words, that has more to prove at the up front than others right now that, you know, the companies that have a lot to prove or actually the the smaller media companies that own cable network, most of the companies that own a big broadcast network CBS NBC ABC FOX are in a little stronger position because the audiences for those broadcast networks are still quite large. Whereas the audience is for a lot of these smaller cable networks the ones owned by discovery. Viacom, AMC networks aren't a little more little more of a challenge. But among the four broadcast networks NBC and CBS are far ahead of their competition. ABC announced that it is cancelling an Oscar host for next year's award show. The head of ABC said they were so pleased with with how the show went this year the ratings were up, and they announced that on the same day that they said that Jimmy Kimmel was sticking around for another three years. So it would have seemed like if you wanted to have him come back as as Oskar host. You might put that announcement together. But Franken is as you're as somebody who watches the Oscars. I thought it worked pretty well. Without a host didn't talk specifically about NBC. It's part of Comcast. And NBC universal is going to launch its own streaming service. How does it affect shows like the office, which right now is available on Netflix? But might be going away is that the right impression the fate of shows like the office and friends and some of the reruns that are quite popular on Netflix is is is up for debate right now what you have is companies like Comcast and AT and T who studios own though shows trying to decide what they want to do with them because they're coming up with their own streaming services. You certainly want to have if you're Comcast. You wanna have the office on the NBC universal streaming service. If you're eighty and he Warner media, you wanna be able to offer friends on yours, but you get paid so much money by net flicks for those reruns, and you get to expose that show to to a bunch of those. You're netflix. It's the largest audience if any streaming service, so what they may do is take an of a almost like a timeshare approach where it'll it'll exist on both. And it's not so different. You know, friends is on Netflix now, but reruns are also vailable on traditional TV on different cable networks, and so you could see media companies do that or they may choose to remove the show altogether. They haven't announced plans brighter, those programs yet

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PREDATOR: HUNTING GROUNDS Announced

Beyond!

02:30 min | 1 year ago

PREDATOR: HUNTING GROUNDS Announced

"Hunting grounds announced. God damn neck's feeling. I was literally I I wanna say earlier this week like in the shower or something just being like I want a predator video game. I want a new predator game. I think I will this being, but I had that wonderful cone of disappointment woman where they had this thing up. We had like sort of three dudes at the same time the predator music. And I was like, well, I can see which guys in the office. Watch predator a lot. But like, you know starts out. Oh, there's some tactical men walking through the jungle, and that's great. And I'll worry well and good in the near like. Oh, all great. Then it was like, you know, it's of course in big letters not actual game play. And then they're like, oh, it's going to be multiplayer. Eight metrical on evolve basically dinner hunting grounds is an asymmetrical multiplayer experience where a group of players are in control of a fire team essentially running through the jungle with you know, a bunch of standard military weapons while one player will be the predator tracking them down using the standard predator. So it's not even a Volvo. It's literally ghost recon, wildland steel see or Friday thirteenth the game. You're right, which this is made by ill phonic who contributed to development on Friday the thirteenth. So that's actually when the announcement. I looked back to the top of cone of disappointment to the exciting part. And I was like, okay. I actually liked what they do with Friday the thirteenth. And if it's got that level of weird jank, but it's all it's also predator lovable. Jank I don't think it will have that. Jank I think that it will be much more polished, given the like the predators a little bit higher rent than like Jason and also twentieth century. Fox's logos all in on this and FOX's made a big play for like gaming in the last year next. They're really pushing for that. So I just hope that like a playground is interesting because what I liked that paint. Is that is the setting? Yeah. As much as anything. And that was made by like hardcore Hartford. So we need to recreate the barn that the teenagers made out into. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. If the location or multiple locations that they have in the game actually are intriguing to run around. I think that could make for possibly fun experience. But I agree like you will want to be the predator. You're not going to be a fire team, dude. Right. Yeah. That's such a like, I really just I feel like that misses the point about like what would be like everybody wants to be the predator said I have four people not being the predator is sort of like, I mean, I don't know. I think it's reductive something men. Yeah. I think it's okay. Being those men sucks. I don't care about this men in predator rule exactly from the predator films.

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KNX Programming

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

A new story from KNX Programming

"The director behind crazy. Rich, Asians has a new deal in television. John M two has signed a four-year deal with Disney's Twentieth Century Fox TV to develop an executive produced projects. Sources tell the Hollywood reported the deal is in the mid eight figures Disney is bringing onto as it looks to compete with Netflix, Amazon and others Disney's Disney, plus streaming service launches in

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"And then there were the cheapies in the movies that were that were cranked out. And you know, the universal pitchers. Did a lot of those and universal was sort of the red headed stepchild of the motion picture studios in those days of the big by MGM paramount. And so on what what years resist that was like pretty much since Universal's inception. Universal was considered sort of like the red headed stepchild for a long time. And the company was always on the verge of bankruptcy, even within our like movie, monsters and all that stuff. Yeah. After after the forties. You know, they almost went bankrupt. Every couple of years for an example in horror movies kept saving universal. Right. And it was universal picked up horror of Dracula from hammer, and cursor Frankenstein, and they released cursor Frankenstein, I and horror of Dracula I think the following year and both of those movies like, especially where Dracula like saved universal because it made so much bleeding money. And then a couple years later give Ursel again is like kinda teeter-tottering, and then they release a nineteen sixty three they released king. Congress has God Zola which was the big hit of the summer of sixty three and eight mile through universal. Yeah. And they'll universal again. So you know, universal was always kind of like the laughing stock of the other studios MGM. Did the giant production shit paramount and Twentieth Century Fox, and and they all kind of just chuckled at universal. You know, universal was the guy that got kicked around by them. You know in you know, in hindsight looking back at those films..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Hey, what's going on and writer, watcher buoy, happy one? Okay. We have a lot of news to get to because yesterday were doing the water cooler solicit jump into it but start with Disney's acquisition of Twentieth Century, Fox. We've already seen some casualties. You know, in terms of many jobs. But now we're starting to see the casualties on the production slate, there was a film in film adaptation of most guard that was slated to go into production in just two weeks. But it sounds like that's not happening anymore. HD? Would we know? Pantley Disney has axed mouse guard which was split to be directed by maize mentors west ball. And starring Idris Elba. Andy circus, Thomas, buddy Sangster. And so, you know, so, you know, so Neue Mizuno this is going to be a motion capture animated film, which was adapting David Peterson's beloved comic series of the same name. But it seems to have been scrapped by Disney in the first major film, a casualty of the acquisition. But it seems that they disease allowing the producers which includes Matt Matt Reeves to shop the project around to other studios with potential for new home to be at Netflix. This is so strange because I feel like out of anything that was on the FOX's slate that they inherited I feel like most guard is so Disney. It's like, you know, I it's an authoritarian tale of like, you know nights. It's. These, but but with mice in creatures like that sounds so Disney to me would you thinking, why do you think they are getting rid of this? Well, according to some sources to the Hollywood reporter just ni wants thout. Fox's output to be mostly adults oriented fair because they want to have sort of that jurisdiction over the family market and mouthguard is just too similar to other properties that they have already going on like lion. King jungle book other CGI motion capture heavy films, and they just kind of want a twenty twenty two hundred FOX to just focus on the more adult oriented fare expertise section of avatar. I guess that makes sense one of my favorite board games of all time has called bites and mystics, and it kind of takes its cues from the most guard series. It's it's it's kind of. I mean, it's it's it's definitely it's own thing with his own characters own story, but it definitely took inspiration for most garden, I know that's being developed into feature films. So this never happens. We might end up getting that which could be cool. Speaking of the FOX acquisition we from day one. We've been talking about. I think everybody's been talking about the superheroes..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Started that back in nineteen forty-three. It was held in nineteen forty four at Twentieth Century Fox studios. So it's not that it's not a harbinger. Or maybe a predictor of who can win the Oscars. But there's a lot of there's too much emphasis made with all due respect to the Hollywood media in the US on it being something that's gonna be certifiable when it comes to the Oscars. Well, there's too many award shows. Anyway, we know that because we've got the Golden Globes the Oscars the Emmys, the people's choice awards the movies Tony Cruz likes awards and things people rented at blockbuster in one thousand nine hundred five awards. It's there's too many of the speaker that have we gotten more yet with a Kevin Hart's coming back to host. He was reconsidering hosting the he's out Ellen's actually made the plea when we joined. The heat on that. But apparently bef- like an hour before he showed up at Ellen variety says he called the people over the academy said said I'm done I'm out, and then he showed up on the Ellen show, and he got and then that's when it all down. Again, we were talking about it Saturday. And I asked the question that, you know, if you are Kevin Hart, and you do come back bigger train wreck. If you come back. Well, because it's all about you, then more than well or. Hard recipients, Ellen is the only one who thinks heart should host the deal, Glenn Close even said, I think we're all incredibly flawed creatures and some of us make bigger mistakes at others, but we all make mistakes, and we also change stays in the same place. They were even yesterday. Then why can't they have that same attitude when they get up to make the big political speeches in grandstanding at certain politicians? Why can't they afford the politicians that same sort of latitude Glenn Close that they don't any into Will's point? That's kind of where people have that beef with Hollywood yet on the same token. We're still seeing record numbers at the box office. We'll this still makes go ahead. That's what turns me off about the award shows. You can have your opinion. I don't care before the president against the president before moon men for all I care, but you're there to win an award not to not to lobby congress or the United Nations, or whatever your causes was we talked about earlier. Thank your cast move along. There were only a couple of speeches though that actually. Touched on that yesterday. Maybe it's 'cause it's you know, dedicated to the Hollywood Foreign Press. I don't know, obviously when you have a story like vice you're going to get what you got yesterday Christian bale, but the best motion picture drama Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody. If Beale street could talk which I don't even know what that is. And a star is born in bohemian rhapsody wins Rami Malik accepted the best actor award is Queen..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A home in the national film registry of the library of Geiger's. Brokeback mountain will make it in there. Too along with my fair lady. Some of the twenty-five new films added this year the national film registry. Turns thirty years old. Fifty films said the name to that collection. A new study finds that women are a big draw at the box office. Use Debbie Rodriguez is my journey. A new study shows movies with female leads like mwana and wonder woman made more money than male lead films from two thousand fourteen to twenty seventeen by creative artists and the tech companies shift seven finds when two female characters had conversations about something other than men the movie made more one Hollywood agent tells the New York Times, it disproves, the theory female leads are bad for business. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news Marilyn Monroe is still popular they auctioned off for memorabilia yesterday in Los Angeles. They're brought in one point six million dollars. There is a touring version of her eye conic white dress. She wore on the seven year itch that sold for a hundred twenty thousand dollars. Whoever wears address is gonna have to. We're pretty hard to pull that off. Like she did at a photo. She signed the Twentieth Century Fox executive who discovered her that sold for forty five thousand dollars nine fifty two w CBS news time thirty six degrees in Manhattan with the good life. Report this morning from CNBC luxury home prices in New York may be down. But that is not the case. Elsewhere in the country in West Palm Beach, Florida. The average price for a luxury home shot up fifty four and a half percent over the last year to one point seven million dollars. Prices were almost thirty percent higher in Reno Nevada twenty six percent in Boca Raton and twenty two percent in Miami. But there are other markets that are not doing as well prices for a high end mansion in Vero Beach, Florida fell forty six percent the biggest decline nationwide and overall sales of luxury homes rose just over three percent in the third quarter. The smallest growth in nearly two years real estate site. Red fin says homebuyers are cautious now because of all the wild swings. We've seen in the stock market buyers like investors do not like uncertainty as we head into the end of the year uncertainty is probably more certain than ever with a good life report. I'm su- Harare CNBC for. CBS News Radio. Eight eighty imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Evening, everybody. Well, nice date safe. You like. It just December. Like it was like that today. The showers will continue through tomorrow. My pick up a little bit through the overnight period through early tomorrow and the Michigan end by Friday morning, still only in the mid sixties with southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS tubes. Cars camp KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Currently fifty four degrees in Carson fifty-one in Chatsworth. Fifty two in San Clemente at ten forty seven a longtime top staffer for Senator Connell Harrison resigned after word leaked out about a four hundred thousand dollars settlement to a harassment and retaliation claim against him. Larry Wallace had served as director of the division of law enforcement. When Harris was California Torney general, then he worked for her as a senior adviser when she became Senator a former executive assistant to Wallace accused him of harassment and beaning behavior in two thousand sixteen Harris who has become a prominent figure in the metoo movement says she was not aware of the issue. We have an update on a story we reported on Monday. The district attorney's office has decided not to charge a Toronto schoolteacher was accused of sexually abused. A former student Kevin mckelway teaches English at south high school. He was arrested on campus on Monday at the time Torrance police said they were acting on a tip from the public and they were reviewing evidence to potentially identify additional victims for the DA's office at declining to pursue a case against mckelway because two alleged victims did not want the matter prosecuted and did not want to be interviewed. Another woman has come forward to accuse former CBS chief les Moonves of sexual misconduct, June Sealy Kimmel says he forcibly kissed her in one thousand nine hundred eighty five veteran she pitched the movie to him. He was at Twentieth Century Fox at the time this as an internal CBS investigation turns up more evidence of sexual misconduct as well as lying and destruction of evidence. The New York Times says the moon Bez one hundred twenty million one hundred twenty million dollars severance package is in jeopardy. CBS's? Jamaica Donkin has reaction from his lawyer attorney did tell the times this. He denies having any nonconsensual sexual relation and cooperated extensively and fully with the investigators. A spokesman for the investigator said no findings have been reported to the board and the board has reached no conclusions on this matter. The times against says that this report is expected to be presented to the board next week nine CBS board of directors annual meeting is next Tuesday. Exit talks between Megan Kelly and NBC may be just about over variety is reporting the Kelly will be free to take jobs with other news outlets. Once the deal is finalized, and she leaves NBC for good. She's expected to walk away with thirty million dollars the value of the remaining part of her contract. But money is probably not what's been holding things up things like confidentiality agreements, and how they're structured can be tough to resolve the network cancel the morning program. Megan Kelly today in the wake of her onscreen remarks about wearing black face makeup for.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And I feel like I kind of get when I need to get from those for like shows like orange is the new black or house of cards or whatever it is. I don't know. I guess I guess I'm just haven't been super impressed with Netflix original movie selection to the point where I would pay extra for special features for it at this point. But, you know, they're always thinking more in like the TV Rome. Like, I wanna see like stranger things extra features. I'd like to see, you know, some cards, you know, in the writer's room, or you know, all that kind of stuff like the stuff that you'd get from a normal DVD. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. I could I could I could see the there are enough. Netflix shows out there. And maybe like they could do something with like stand up specials and stuff to have like a, you know, have the comedians like walkman through some of the process of putting together those shows because they do a ton of comedy and stuff like that too. So yeah, I mean, there's definitely a lot of potential there. I don't know. I wonder if that's something that they would be interested in as a company, I just don't under-. Because their whole business model was to get people subscribed in watching as much content as they possibly can. And it seems like these special features especially for the movies that are released is Artie produced. So that's content that like is very easy. Probably the license the stuff that you know, for like stranger things and original shows. I I can't imagine it would be that much money to produce. Like, it'd be a lot less money to produce that than it is producing their original programming. You know, so I feel like you would just keep people binging, which is what they want. They want people. There is all time. Let's go out to Twentieth Century Fox, which apparently is using. A I to predict audience behavior in movie trailers, Ben what is going on here. Yeah. There's a new study that says that twentieth century FOX's using artificial intelligence to analyze movie trailers in the hopes of finding thing parts of those trailers that audiences respond to and then recreating those elements in trailers for other movies to try to. I mean like Hollywood is is so drilled down on analytics and details, and you know, they they've commissioned all these different studies and every studios doing this where they have all of these numbers that they you know, it's all about data crunching trying to predict audience behavior. So now the verge has pointed us to this study that was published last month where Twentieth Century Fox created a machine called Merlyn, which is an experimental movie. Attendance prediction and recommendation system, and it's full of all sorts of technical jargon. And I in. This article at slash film. You guys can I would highly actually recommend that people read it because it's way easier to read and comprehend than it is for me to talk about it because it's so sort of out in the out it's very out there. But basically what happens is researchers take individual frames from movie trailers use this machine learning to label specific items on the screen like trees, and cars and faces and stuff like that. And then they compare that data with similar data from other trailers, and and then movie attendance numbers to see if they can sort of draw a correlation between all this stuff and help predict audience viewing patterns, so I mean. It's like explosions equal money. I guess I guess yeah. There's a little bit of that. They actually did like a thing where the this Merlin system, I guess took in all of the analytics from the Logan trailer and then spat out a bunch of predictions of what audiences would want to see based on the images that they found and in this Logan trailer and based on previous movie attendance numbers and the number the predictions weren't. Exactly, right. But like the top five movies that audiences actually did pay to see the the computer system predicted those. But just not in the correct order. They didn't know they didn't put them in the top five. They actually put them in the top twenty movies that audiences that they predicted that audiences would want to see so there's sort of on the right track here, even though it does sound kind of nuts. But like I said it's easier to sort of comprehend this data in text form than it is for me trying to talk about. It in the abstract..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

17:06 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KGO 810

"Insurance. This is coast to coast AM on cagey. Oh, eight ten. And welcome back Willie Wilkerson with us as we talk about Hollywood, godfather, the life and crimes of Billy Wilkerson. That is his father what caught your father interested in the movie business in the first place Willie. Well, it's really interesting because in nineteen twelve psalm as a medical student. He was studying to be a doctor. He was at Jefferson medical school in Philadelphia and his father suddenly died and with no way to support himself or his mother he had to go to work. So in Philadelphia at that time, there was a film company called the Lubin picture company. And so that's where he went to work. He knew nothing about movies or films. But once he got into it that was it. I mean that was love at first sight. And he then went crazy. He loved it. He got into the Speakeasy business. Now, what exactly is that? Speakeasy? Yeah. Well that was that was during during prohibition in America. Those were those were illegal bars. Well, those places where they slid something on the door to look at you. And you've set a code word came ex exactly exactly it was they were just venues there were like bars except that they were now clandestine, and after my in nineteen twenty six when my dad knew that he couldn't be an independent studio because of this this terrible cartel that he was up against he went into the speaking Speakeasy business in in Manhattan and absolutely made a fortune his business model again, which would be the precursor to all the wonderful things. He didn't Hollywood was to give the best service. In other words to get the best booze possible to get the best flow. Floor shows everything top quality and make people pay for it. He was charging some of the highest prices in Manhattan that time, but they were paying it. Yeah. He was he was getting your father had an affinity for class. Yeah. I mean, it was just it was it was incredible. When I think about it because he was charging we'll probably get into in a second. But it's Kathy era, which he started at at the middle of the depression. He was charging the highest restaurant prices in the United States. And there was like a a week waiting list to get any neat there. So don't figure no nine hundred twenty nine though, the stock market hit him hit him hard. Didn't it? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. He again your ears gambling. Okay. He he decided that he wanted to start the Hollywood reporter and he needed he needed twenty five grand. That's what the seed money. He thought that that would cover it. Sure. But but the way he thought was gee, if I can he he bought a faltering trade paper in in Manhattan pumped some life into it. So let for twenty twenty five grand. But then his thinking was chief. I can only double this. I could I could really get out to California, and I wouldn't have to worry. So he. He bumps into a Wall Street friend said listen get into the stock. We don't know. What's stock that was it's like rock bottom? It's gonna take off. And my dad said, wow. This is really a sure thing. So. He went and got another twenty grand from a loan shark dumped it into the stock. And and so he took the close to fifty grand. And and went to the went to the Wall Street exchange on the day, the the market crashed and lost every penny. And and so there was no. There was no choice at that point. He had to get out of New York City because the clock was ticking against him, the repayment of the loan shark was thirty days, and he didn't have the money. He didn't have he didn't have the money. So he packed up. His mother has wife is dog into a car and they hit the road, and they came to California. So that was that was that horrific story. So once he started the Hollywood reporter was he pro studio anti studio what why did the studios hate him so much? Well, again, the reporter was really started as a device to get even with the studio again, my my father was very angry that he couldn't have his dream as an independent studio because he couldn't get film distribution and their large theater chains, obviously their theater chains for their movies and. So is thinking was the way my dad thought is that you're not gonna let me into your club? Okay. So I'm gonna really wacky and show you who's boss? So he came out to California east started the reporter and immediately. Started criticizing these guys. And boy, I mean, I have to tell you. I mean, it was it was immediate trench warfare. Was he vicious? Oh, it was it was it was incredibly incredibly vicious in print because he he had worked for these people. He knew how corrupt they were. Would he would he be favorable to a good movie? Or did he go after everything? Well, he would he would basically go after everything. I mean, if I could give you an example of a of this this this mounting warfare. I mean, it was just really wonder trick after another. You know, my dad would would would write something that would question their questionable practices. They would reply by burning his newspapers, by the way, you didn't do that to my dad he fought back by having his reporters climb studio walls in the dead of night break into their offices and steal sensitive information. That. Data hack, and then publish it. And then publish it. They would retaliate with an all out ban on the reporter including shutting all advertising support. My dad would strike strike back by a news blackout on all their films. Then the studio owners would forbade all their their employees to have anything to do with the reporter. And then it would really really get nasty. My father hit below the belt by retaliating by going after their talent and one famous case by starting what we know. Now today is the Hollywood blacklist. He was the one who did that. Yes. Yes. He with McCarthy that whole thing. Well, McCarthy McCarthy came in one thousand nine hundred fifty so he's sort of co opted with my dad get. But my dad we have we have to we we have to remember that they were playing dirty on both sides. Okay. So my father in this is David and Goliath on steroids here. So he knew that if he was going to be in this game had to be as nasty or even nastier than they were. And so is thinking was is that if he could hurt studio talent, it would translate into hurting their bottom line. And so he he he went to his friend J. Edgar Hoover got the bona fide list of card carrying communist in Hollywood and printed them front page and boy were the racist at that point. And. Of course, that's scars still with us today. That's amazing. I mean, it's it's amazing just one actor who's still alive who probably would remember your father. And that's correct Douglas. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. What would Kirk say about you, dad? Well, we're talking about the blacklist here. And and he was in the film Spartacus of which was that the the film of which the blacklist was lifted actually gave Dalton from Bo. There was a movie on either. Cranston played that part. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good part to. He did a good job. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So, you know, those those warrants are are still deep I still get emails from people. And I I don't know George we come from unfortunately nation of witch hunting. I mean, we started back in in sixteen ninety two burning which is the steak, you know, we we moved right on to to turning Japanese Americans during World War Two. I mean, the witch hunters yours gotta be false sexual harassment allegations in the workplace, and we we can go on and on and on. And so there's gotta be some some lesson that we can learn from this that will install some safeguards where we don't keep repeating history. Now win the Hollywood reporter your father's newspaper was struggling because it was getting. Squeezed by the studios in advertising. Didn't Howard Hughes step in and buy ads and help you father hat the Louis. He now there was a couple now not all the movie moguls were against my dad. The majority of them were. But a couple of them broke ranks. I mentioned Joe's gang who was the the chairman Twentieth Century Fox and then with Howard Hughes who was at that time an independent, and he's on my dad kindred spirit, and of course, juice came into town with deep pockets. And. And your dad needed advertising Howard would pay them up front. Right. Absolutely. I mean, he he took out yearly contracts with my dad, but whenever my dad was in a pickle. I mean, he could pick up the phone and in Houston center, where check for enormous amounts. Apparently, they were always paid back. But that those kinds of friendships were were the ones that really bail my dad out as well as the one in organized crime. We just mentioned Johnny Rozelle. Right. Did your dad in your opinion, changed the face of Hollywood? Oh god. Yes. I mean without him busting this illegal studio monopoly. I mean who knows he probably wouldn't have YouTube today. I mean back in those days or Netflix or Amazon or anything or any of that. I mean to me he is he is my hero. Now how he did. That was very unsavory. I mean, I tell people my dad did a lot of terrible things in the name of good. But finally when the studio monopoly was was broken with the help of the supreme court in one thousand nine forty nine it gave rise to the industry that we have today, which is which is open competition. We have Netflix Hulu all of that stuff. And that's what my father was was aiming for well, it's kind of interesting because he kind of parallels the life of Jimmy Hoffa in that, you know, Hoffa did a great job for the team for the working, man. And woman he he was tough unionist and he got the job done for them. But at the same time, he was very unsavory. And he he built Vegas in a different way than your father did by lending money to the mob in those days as as we found out with your place the Flamingo and what Bugsy did the mob owned Vegas. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And Jimmy Hoffa's the one with the Teamsters pension fund. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's a there's in my book, there's one unsavory story after another of these behind the scenes, very powerful movie titans that will turn your stomach. But that's how Hollywood was built, you know, George when we think of Hollywood power. This is the time that it was born what came after the Harvey Weinstein's whatever they were. They were merely products reflections of what came before. So the temple was really created around this time. What did your mother say about your father? Well, it was really kind of like a shotgun marriage. She was what nineteen twenty years old. And my father was sixty two. She became pregnant by me. And so she wasn't happy about getting married to him. It wasn't a happy marriage. I think it was with a marriage of tolerance he was very happy because out of five previous marriage. He never had any kids. So he was delighted finally. That he has. He finally got his dream of having a family was was was she your mother his last wife or did he give? Yeah. That was less. Okay. Oh with you or not Ono. No, no, no. She passed away in two thousand and four sorry to hear that. Your father kind of looks like Howard use on the cover doesn't. He. A lot of them. All they're kind of cookie cutter Flynn, look. Yeah. With a pencil thin mustache. They must have been reading the same magazines. Well, did he enjoy himself was a happy, man? Well, when I was growing up with them because you know, when somebody's sick, they're not happy. And so I remember this man who was always gasping with emphysema we had oxygen tanks. That were delivered by abbey rents to the house in a weekly basis. I mean, I think he was happy that he had a family. But I think in in in another sense he felt cheated that he couldn't enjoy it. Because. He he. He. Because of his health. He. Do you? Remember, his death will eat that day. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was it was terrible. I mean, basically, he would just gasping himself to die at home. He died at home. And I were very distinctly that my mom locked the bedroom door. So we couldn't come in and bump into him. And we were out of the house. And we weren't even allowed to the the the funeral was a closed casket, and she explained to us after what she says I want you to remember your dad as he was alive. And and I can understand that. I hate open caskets. Yeah. You know, it's I understand that she was trying to protect us to a certain degree. But I happen to agree with you. I think that it's kinda morbid to tell you the truth. You look at something all waxed up, and you know, I'd rather just have the casket close. And there's there they are. And so be it -actly. Exactly. Yeah. But it, but it was it was a very very sad time. How deep did he get involved with organized crime? Well, very deeply in order to go up against the studio bosses. He need either one of two things he either had to have they're kind of money, which he didn't have. And if he had it. He would have gambled it away at the tables anyhow. Or he needed. Muscle influence, which she got from organized crime. And that came funnily enough from his Speakeasy days. He got his really high quality boos from from the gangsters people like Meyer Lansky, for instance. And so that's when he formulated his relationship with these people who were always reliable. They were always there for him. And so when he came to Hollywood, and he knew that he was gonna after to wrestle with the I call them, the robber barons, the film world. These guys were really roughneck industrialist the people who are behind him were or were organized crime..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Twentieth Century, Fox has pulled scenes from the predator. After director, Shane black casts. His friend registered. Oh, okay. Not cool. Twentieth Century Fox was just days away from locking picture on the predator when an urgent note came in delete the scene featuring Stephen struggle struggle. A forty seven year old didn't have a big role just two three page scene. Shared with actress, Olivia Munn but last month, mud. Learn that struggle is registered sex offender. My God who pleaded guilty twenty ten after facing allegations that he attempted to lure a fourteen year old female into a sexual relationship with the internet. How did Libya I I really respect her? How did she even find out this information? She went to the FOX executives, and they decided to pull him from the movie, I'm very impressed with her. How did no I'm just making this up? But I betcha she hated the guy, and I betcha she had some friend in law enforcement or some friend with that looked him up in some capacity, whether it'd be an sex offender database or Google or whatever and they. Found this little gem, and she took it to the executives. Do you ever do that when you're working with someone, and you don't think that they're right? I know I've never done that. So you out their background. Extensively with you. And you were the first now, no, I just show up. I'm the idiot that shows up and has a party and has fun and doesn't think twice, and you know, a couple of times here and there have been a weird situation, but I never reported them. So I have a friend who used to be an in house counsel for a company, and he used to have to do background checks on people's part of his job. So how do you do that? Like is this a bat, there's background checks, and then there's background checks. Right. Like where you go and really go through the garbage and almost like hiring a private detective. Well, it wasn't quite that extensive, but one of the things that he had access to was this online database where you punch in someone's name the city that they live in, and it will tell you down to how many traffic tickets, they have every interaction that they have with the cops that results in charges being filed even if they weren't convicted of a crime charges that were planned out charges that they were convicted of if they were tried. In acquitted all of that information would pop up. So of course, we plugged in all of our friends. And what did you find out a lot of traffic? Tickets a few d- wise, no-one no-one guilty of anything serious had. Well, that's not so bad. I know people now that. You know, especially with dating and apps that want to do background checks, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that necessarily. I don't know. I don't know that I'd go that far. But would you want to know if you were going on a date with someone they were convicted of now, if it's a first date, I don't even know if I'm going to like them, I might not ever see them again. So what do I care, but if it becomes more serious have I ever done that? No, what about date three or four. Now, I've never done that to know if they were convicted of any and now that I have kids involved, it's a whole different deal. But convicted I mean, I I usually I meet people through my friends. So I assume that they're they're not felons. But you never know. Maybe I would what about bankruptcies would you want to know about those? Money's never been an issue for me before. Maybe now it should be. I should learn something. I know because I like I'm still that idiot that falls in love for for love, you know. So I don't really care what his Bank account is. I really truly I've never cared. And I I don't think I if I were fell again, I wouldn't care. You actively wouldn't wanna know any of that ever looked for any of that information my entire life, and I've been married twice. And I've dated if a convicted felon, well, and that's going to be problematic. I would imagine. But I I would assume I know it's a convicted felon, don't you think maybe maybe not some people talk about reinforcing my singled him, thank you. But when you have kids, it's a whole other deal. You don't need any of these creeps around tens of thousands of Californians have been registered to vote incorrectly by the State Department of motor vehicles, including some who were assigned the wrong political party preference. Officials insist the heirs were limited to twenty three thousand people of the one point four million voter registration files sent to the elections offices between late April. And now when California's new automated motor-voter system went into effect and actually early August Californians who were affected will soon receive notifications in the mail instructing them to check their voter registration status. Now, I think this has been going on longer than they're reporting because I have friends who this is happened to where they show up to vote, and they're registered in one political party and they show up. And then they say, oh, no, no, no. You're not a democrat or Republican or whatever. And they just get it all wrong. Why shouldn't be doing this at the DMV? The DMV is rude up organization. And it's not what they're supposed to do now. But we've also seen. Problems with voting machines. Anyway, so why not give I mean, I'm of two minds with this. I mean, what about the post office? Well, you get the postcard at the post office, and then you mail it to the county registrar. So they're just giving you the postcard they're not doing anything with it. But with the DMV they're actually doing stuff with the information, which means they screw it up because the DMV screws everything. Do they really they do? Oh, okay. I haven't had issues with the DMV. I've had nothing but great experiences. Don't ask. Why? So Mike an appointment. I go one o'clock. I'm here for my one o'clock five take your picture. It's great lighting. I'm like, I understand what everyone bitches about my grandma shoulder car. Yeah. And whoever she sold it to dig bad things with it. What do you mean they ran into someone and injured though? Was cylinder your grandma's? She filed out all the paperwork, that's bad, and they screwed it off. And so whoever it was the got maimed in this accident went after her, that's horrible. So she had to hire an attorney. She was in her. I think eighty five okay? That's ridiculous. Go through all that guy. That did it. It wasn't even you know, a woman matching her description. Yeah. But they didn't care. They just wanted to her laughter. Yeah. Whoever's name was on the register to oh, that's horrible. I guess the other cars today, I was guessing up to story. I must look like I I don't know what the hell I look like, but I'm guessing up and this guy probably about thirty five pulls up in his Honda Civic kind of black car. And I'm on the phone with American Express for other reasons, I won't get into. And it's guys talking to me. I'm like, I go. I'm sorry. What did you say? And he goes. Yeah. Can I have a key help me out? I need a gallon of gas. And I I was so I go, no. Out a surfer guy, like long, blond hair. Nice looking car. Good looking I go. No. What do I look like a Bank of America go, I'm a single mother of two. Are you yelling? He's like speeding off. I love the fact that you look into them. I was so freaked. I'm like, are you I thought it was just gonna ask me. Hey, do you know the way to like directions? Can you give me a gallon of gas? It's like the other homeless good looking guy. What is up with these idiots? That are good looking at come up to me. And just expect me to give the money. I'm like, no, it doesn't work that way. My money goes to my kids, you jackal get away from me. I've. Almost people. They all look like Nick Nolte of the mugshot come to the corner where I got someone I got in the fight with money on mother's day member attractive to good looking. And I said are you nuts? It's mother's day. And I have two kids waiting. I just flew in from one of my jobs. Like, oh, no. Then I go into this rant and the cab drivers looking at me like she is crazy. But these guys are young good looking like what you just walk up. Like, that's pretty ballsy. Do I would never walk up to somebody who works hard and say give me your money for no reason whatsoever. Like, just it's not a stick up. But I'm just asking would you mind spotting me, like forty bucks? You don't know me would do spags. Sorry, go make your own money. Go be a model. You're good looking. I didn't I did not compliment him though, you were given career advice to why was yelling and he spent. Yeah. In the gap. As I told you and then the American especially he's like, are you still there? I go home sorry about that interruption. You'd better not hit the gas pedal to all right? He's low on gas. It's four thirty. What do you say? We do another one of these tomorrow. But tomorrow will do on the fair. Nice. But right now county fair in Pomona, it's time for headlines next thirty minute nonstop.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He said, I wish I could read all these books right now that that'd be a funny idea for a movie about a kid or a person who all of a sudden gets knowledge of every book in the brain at the same time. So I thought, hey, I should do something about this. I called my agent at the time. I football agent Peter Schaffer. It's still my agent. I don't play football. I said, I've movie idea. He said you gotta get to Hollywood, so hung up on him and I called the president, Sony Pictures. I was like, well, you'd be the guy to make this right? And he's come see me. So I sat in his office name's Doug bell grad off season. I was traveling a lot. He said, come see me. I went to Sony lot sent his office. I told him that same as I think he said, we're gonna make this into a movie. That's a look how easy this is, and nothing is so sense. So that was that was the idea. And that's kind of how I got my my feet wet. Who does this? Who does this me Trump me Trevor Pryce me. Okay. So that was that was your second quote unquote side career? Because I, I've got something that says you licensed the song to Twentieth Century Fox to use in big momma's house two. Yeah, I did. And what was funny enough was like back like two thousand eight, nine, ten, whatever the automatic she was in New York. So I'm spending a lot of time in New York. Like, you know, listen to them os and thought a record company, finding punk bands and all that. But they got a hold on one of our songs so they sort of the the president is says, and why don't you come out here and sign your contract here? And I'll show you the movie. But been, we'd be like, I'm five years old at this point. I've never step foot in the movie lot, so I go, I walk in on the FOX moves a lot. And at that time the star ward, the sound stage where they made Star Wars was still sitting there. So it has a picture of Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker inside it sounds as next week, the Simpsons. And I want a lot and I was like, I was like, I would never do music again. I'm doing whatever this is, and then that's when I, that's when I decided, you know, I was gonna do Hollywood. I've not been back to New York since that's incredible talking to Trevor price on the shell Pennzoil performance line here, former NFL defensive lineman, author. And as you heard a man of many talents, I'm interested just because being inside the world is sports..

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Forty-eight British pound a dollar twenty nine thirty four footsie is down two tenths of a percent that action Germany's down three tenths of a percent and so is the CAC in Paris? That is a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets is on now with FOX. Thank you very much, Greg Jarrett well, it's time to bring in Dave Wilson. Bloomberg stocks columnist to tell us what's going on in markets and just a reminder that Dave can be followed on Twitter at the one day as we all do and just send him an Email at dwilson at Bloomberg dot net. Sign up for his daily free Email newsletter. You get the stock of the day the chart of the day and you can converse with Dave on things such as music, but more likely making money. Dave how're people making are losing money today on Wall Street? Well, it is very much a back and forth thing. Not surprising because we've gotten past the bulk of earnings at this point. I mean, you do have some numbers that are affecting companies. Berkshire Hathaway notably they came out with their results over the weekend then a class b shares are up more than three percent those? Are the ones that are in. The s. and p. five hundred as. Opposed to the class, women better trading, at three hundred thirteen thousand hours okay. But and we do get some earnings that we're gonna take note of this week for example you get Disney Walt Disney company is coming out with their earnings believe tomorrow and then Twentieth Century Fox will be out with their results. On Wednesday so maybe we'll get a little. More detail about that combination right I mean those are two that will get people's attention Viacom's out on Thursday and of course, there's the back and forth. With CVS complicated issues surrounding CBS here's the story I know? You're, bringing up earlier which had to do with a. Merger this is the Linda Praxair combination and this is a pretty big. Deal I, believe this is over forty six billion dollars absolutely Gases yeah and US antitrust regulators. Are asking for a bunch of asset sales and Linda came out of the statements saying that they. May go further in terms of what the regulators. Raskin, for then the companies are willing to accept though they have a good agreement on. Divestitures and, if the government. In the US asked for too much you know, the deal. Falls apart and so you're definitely see that affect the shares a Praxair. Today down five and a half percent at the moment and, also? Looking at, Kraft Heinz mentioning Warren Buffett big holder craft Heintz the shares they're. Down about three percent and I was noting that the chief financial officer was. Talking about price. Increases this is another company that is looking to pass along the cost. Of doing business to consumers what, an issue across the board for consumer. Product companies of all kinds mean, given what's been. Happen Inning in commodity markets you. Know let's face it if you're paying more for. Your. Corn or your weeds or your sugar whatever your steel or your aluminum absolutely you're going to be in a position where you have to figure out how to deal with that are. You going to maintain your profit margins or are you going to accept lower ones. And basically eat the cost so to speak in the case, the food companies of these price. Increases so that's certainly an issue that's going to be lingering over the groups and in the second quarter we saw, evidence a companies were able, to cope with cost, increases can they keep, it up though I mean that that, becomes something to watch also something to watch another acquisition we have the Australian. Packaging company Amcor making the bid for be miss right and beamers shares really haven't done much. They're down about a half a percent at the moment that's because they really were up on Friday Right, yeah by eleven. Percent and change the Wall Street Journal reported the two companies were in, talk so now you have the. Deal. Happening being shares down Amcor trades here in the US as American depositary receipts are an Australian company. And the eighty ours are down two point, four percent as well so it's looking like a bit of a lose lose so far, for the companies, we'll see what happens as the deal. Unfold if you've ever used for example those cook in the bag products. For food I have okay, well that's typically a b. miss product that's something that they've been. In the forefront of also vacuum? Packaging for meat products and also sterile packaging. For medical technology what Dave what. Are you looking at in terms of the consumer right now mentioned Kraft, Heinz? We talked about Pepsi do you see. Anything on the consumer front I was looking at carnival. Only because I thought okay carnival and ROY Royal Caribbean they've been kind of fluctuating after the earnings release and I believe we saw the stocks move. Higher and now. We're, seeing a little bit of a sell-off is this typical, after the earnings season as you. See earning season begin stock prices get bid up and then we get a little bit of a sell off ten people taking profits perhaps well there. Can be those kinds of fluctuations no question that. It was interesting when you talk about consumer stocks after remember that within the eleven. Named groups in the s. and p. five. Hundred they breakdown based, on the, company's dependence on the economy so you have the consumer. Staples. Food, beverage tobacco you know the Kraft. Heinz is the world and then you have the likes of carnival and the consumer discretionary category you know people spending their. Discretionary income? Which they can choose to do or not that's the media companies? Will be, out. With earnings this week. That's retailers which will hear from the next? Couple of weeks in terms of their fiscal second, quarter, results and what's Interesting if you look at this quarter the consumer Staples group is beating the? Five hundred while consumer discretionary, is trailing and what makes that, interesting is if you look at the first half of this year consumer Staples just, did, not, do well at all and the discretionary. Category has been a leader throughout the bull market mean you have to bear in mind that companies like Amazon and Netflix are in that index and, they've really been boosting the group and to have them. Fall behind this quarter if nothing else it's noteworthy, well also, what's noteworthy, is the shares of, Henry shine the distributor of medical dental products as well as animal health. Products the, shares up five and a half percent mainly because of a rebound in. The dental health business that's Henry shine shares they're up a. Little bit more than five and a half percent anything else you watch and Dave Wilson just wanted to. Get your Check on what's happening today well you mentioned consumer. Products brands has. Really taken a hit down about, nine and a half percent this accompany that certainly had it struggles since they. Bought rubbermaid several years ago and just looks like they continue at least from the reaction, to the latest results while done thanks very much. Dave Wilson remember send him an Email and sign up for his Email newsletter dwilson at Bloomberg dot net now let's.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Really? Yeah. Until I looked in the mirror went, oh, my God was your, but he got arrested right jail? Yes. Good. Okay. So you said you had a brush brush with greatness? Robert divall. Very nice man. Okay. And then when I was twelve, I just got a bike for Christmas and on the twenty six th I only live four blocks away from Twentieth Century Fox. So I went up there. And. Wrote up on century boulevard, and there was a man. Out in front of his trailer had no idea who he was. We started talking. And he said, do you wanna see me shoot a movie go, yes. Well, it was saying pebbles, which I've never heard, but it was McQueen case Steve McQueen. Wow. In pebbles. Yeah, I spent the whole day with him. Did you really? Yeah. Is this was he like hitting on you? I mean, now is very Dan. Shoot a moving. You want to you want to come back to my next Phil. Okay. So it was a pleasant experience? Yes, yes. All right. Good. All right. Thanks, Roger. Okay. Man. Yes. Yeah, we're glad you're alive and don't drink and drive people, please. Oh, my goodness seems like there should be a log inst- it. We should work on that one seems since legislation commonsense legislation, you can't be drunk when you drive a vehicle, any kind of vehicle and it seems like that is common that we should get behind. Let's work on that. Yeah, maybe three day waiting period before you can buy a car and then and then you get some kind of legislation where once you have the car, you can't actually drive it when you're drunk. What if we did that. Well, yeah. I mean, if it saved one life, it's worth it. Okay. Okay. Of call your congressman Allen in Oklahoma, you're on the blaze. Yeah, I got a breakfast greatness that happened when I was four years old and I didn't realize it for fifty years. Oh, wow. Okay. But couple years ago, where at Christmas world sitting around talking, we got the subject of the first Christmas that we can remember in my I was, I remember the little man. So use our landlord and he came to the back door house and presents when folks and me and my brothers than we're talking about that really got me was this, you know, this US marshal south that the best vantage then doting revolver and everything was really cool. We're talking about this ultra brothers looking at me like stupid. Because he man little man. I right. Don't you. Something that was Milburn stone. And that is. Doc start or wanted to start the show at the time equally played, ducks Adams on gun smoke. I'll. Wow, okay. That's pretty cool. And he was your landlord. Yeah. Interesting. Somewhere there isn't. I didn't even realize it Lipton Arizona. I didn't remember that part wasn't.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Now fifty three after the hour is tech talk time here on the wednesday dj program because victoria is out today the giant responsibility cara of getting the technology information square and right is up to me i think i can handle the task i can do it you've done it before i have in fact here's the sort of injured kissy the at and t time warner deal because the federal judge ruled yesterday that the do can move forward eighty five billion while judge richard leon of the district court for the district of columbia set at a hearing he's found after the six weeks of studying the old is not violent antitrust law and can go forward so the justice department which was suing to block the purchase opted to appeal the decision all right so there this this may or may not be something that happens cording to scheduling order at and t is agreed not to complete the acquisition for six days to allow for the appeal justice department says quote we continue to believe the pay tv market will be less competitive yes will be and less innovative everything moves forward at and t expects to close the deal by june twentieth judge's ruling will likely be seen by the other telecom giants as a green light pursue a number of major media acquisitions comcast i talked about the disney the rivalry there by twentieth century fox at and t and time warner say they need to combine in order to better compete with facebook and amazon and apple and that's lixin google you buying that at and t and time warner say by coming together they can create synergies of data and information now what they can do is scroll you in terms of what you have to pay for their services that's what help lower prices who believes that garbage jeepers crow people fall for that crap there's nothing about any of these mergers in any business they brought lower prices no matter what and it's kind of an insult i find it obnoxious to listen to these people talk about oh yeah it'll be better for the customers bull it's better for the stockholders.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"You know i was as it was so sad uh it but died so mel brooks you know just show the movie because he had attributed gene wilder net we saw that picture again the original young franco's home it was he screened at a twentieth century fox and they when we're all in the field of a theater was packed and he was and they had a video screen emmys the theater screen ahead with him walking rash showing us all the places they shot you know the monster and walked around twentieth century fox and then he makes an entrance into the theater everyone he just gave him a standing ovation it was it was a great great memorial foot for gene called us nice you also produced a of of a movie with feldman of peter boyle and god we trust yes you and howard yeah howard primarily give howard credit because you know he was he was a one had motivated that movie and i am decaf and was in that he played golf that's right uh that's right and richard prior richard ability rishon playa played god yes that's right down to deprive play god uh uh as when i met him at the i spent time in the trailer with him is after he did this event where you know he lost it you know this was again lake for for gay rights event than it was that i think that the hollywood bowl and he he uh he's then he started in insulting gay people in the yo and anna he you know he just lost it because i think he was molested went when he i think he talked about this when he was young while and he just lost in a in a way you insulted views the word faggot and stuff like that and and then when i was with him he just felt very bad he said he just regretted he just he said of something that organically came out in on a guided terrific uh in a negative response but but he had he had a good hard uh there was one thing lead ricci prion because i i met him when he was very young also and late and then later on but uh he he has the his comedy siebu his comedy.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"And everything was getting ready to go they ran at a time notice this was a universal picture it started without logo turning into a claim eishin earth turning into the street fighter logo the writes reverted back to capcom when we talk about this next is going to be a twentieth century fox film no that's a good idea i think it's time to hand it to somebody else universal has shown they didn't know what to do with the property so i'm game whatever's next abetting it's better but this story of guy all and the scientists dalziel him and his friend charlie blanca de to continue on television in animated form for two seasons streetfighter the animated series i haven't seen any of this but there has to play like a weekly gi joe pepper cartoon right it is a very very much gi joe were each week by sinn is doing something and they have to send dial in and kyle picks the teammates that are going to go with him usually chun lee and then often blanca and a few others and they have to go in and stop his mission it's weird because it obviously calls back to this movie they talk about bisons defeat at shadow lou and they discuss how lanka was a scientific experiment and doll com was a scientist and sean lee was a reporter they bring this stuff up in the series but yet it's not following this is it out following this type of story it cherrypick stuff but goes its own way it's actually better than this movie i didn't watch every episode i washed about four and while it has a real gi joe aesthetic the thing i'll credited for is it has a continuing story line over the two seasons where cami becomes a double agents and gets brainwashed and then comes back and spoil.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Whole show every day that is the big deal disney is acquiring 21st apart solve a lots of parts of twentieth century fox there was also a story about v mmd is the big deal disney is acquiring 21st apart solve lots of parts of twentieth century fox there was also a story about v must those movies then pullin as a result now through this list because the cracks me up now these are just actors they don't talk about actress says um but actually those movies then pull in as a result and now i think of through this list because it cracks me up now these are just actors they don't talk about actress says um but acts once held notoriety i don't know if that's the right word he's not as much of a just a draw yeah so his box office return it once held notoriety i don't know if that's the right word he's not as much of a just a draw yeah so his box return it twenty six th the 2016 movie allied i liked that movie a was the you know 10 percent cheese in there but i liked that movie a twenty six th the 2016 movie allied i liked that movie a was that was you know 10 percent cheese in there but i liked that movie four denzel washington is it fair to call them overpaid because many times a lot of these actress to great work before they get to that a lift four denzel washington is it fair to call them overpaid because many times a lot of these actress to great work before they get to that a little shington has brought in billions for movie studio billy brad pitt as well billions compared to how much he was paid over the course of that same time he's probably a great moneymaker for the move frap for the studios spry as and later in all these actress careers they started doing vanity projects they start to a pet projects where is not about making money like denzel washington he did fences because that was out of the goodness of his heart he had a personal affinity d.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on WJR 760

"Good thursday morning once again my friends welcome back into the final hour of this the thursday morning edition of the paul w smith show as you know mr smith on his way to the groundbreaking celebration at the hudson facility you will be checking in with us momentarily so they had no other option than the bringing the lanky righthander here i am uh steve courtney at your service drive in his boss for the final hour plenty to give to as a matter of fact richard there are business deals and then there is this disney is going to buy key 21st century fox assets for the bargainbasement price of fifty two point four billion dollars it's a bargain basement holy that would they mcinally uh now what is involved in this well uh they are going to be receiving disney that is uh the historic twentieth century fox movie studio uh which has produced a classics like miracle on thirty four street the grapes of wrath avatar end the original star wars film how what timely is that also as part of the deal disney will also get fox television studio were the simpsons empire they'll get affects national geographic channels holy moley yeah disney will get uh basically the entire entertainment part of 21st century fox so fox's undergoing a a big change they no longer see that as their future well of course this is going to change the landscape of entertainment in this country is everybody tries to keep up with neck flex ieuan neck netflixing we have done netflixing we are all of the other services seems to be all the rage hurt any way we are going to find out perhaps more about this said mega business deal disney acquiring key ah 21st century fox on sets again that price tag fifty two point four billion dollars now uh as we check out your financial thursday uh this guy to talk to our a good body ron humani president start by our investments ronald little bit a jing involved with this transaction and i ha i hate to admit the fact that i remember when broadcast media up am radio channels to port southern i'm sometimes mine and you had to get up if you wanted to change.

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"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Graham Norton

Graham Norton

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"twentieth century fox" Discussed on Graham Norton

"But she was physically phony as well we'll check that out as she angie's everybody and then obviously song rising is in your blood how'd you become the lyric guy rather unusual obscene screwed you've written both but a lot of the time you are the the words will actually be lucky enough the the film studios i met various people with whom i ultimately words henry manzini john williams john barry john we knew over here before and because he was based in england and we did some bonn finn things with him and then in hollywood i was kind of i was the go to lyricist at twentieth century fox anybody who had a film i got film and everybody talked about this wonderful young composer john williams he was then called joinee williams and johnny williams good all the gigs and he we got to know each other and so we we started writing together and he them became john williams with steven spielberg now i call him julani williams where are you base lesser eubased based here there we're based sort of neither one nor the other way we go where we needed i'm still doing things over and over here people have been in touch i turn to the questions lesley i read them allowed you can choose transfer them or not at charlie in q u i'm selling fortier interview with lousy of that happening right now isn't it time dr dolittle returned to the state i love the version with phillips cowfield but that was almost twenty years goes at twenty years ago it's frightening the to do little film was fifty years ago.

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