NBC’s hit talent show The Voice is coming under fire Friday, as a new report illustrates the one-sidedness of the contracts contestants must sign for a chance at musical fame via national TV, including stipulations that enable the show virtually total control of the talent pool, regardless of the supposed democratic format.
According to a new report from the NY Daily News, the show’s contract essentially… Continue reading Read The Fine Print! Report Details Extremely One-Sided Contract ‘The Voice’ Contestants Are Forced To Sign For Fleeting Fame On NBC Hit
Note: In honor of the Academy Awards this Sunday, we’re reposting some of our favorite Oscar-related posts from years past. The following was first published on 2/22/13.
If you pay close enough attention to the films of Joel and Ethan Coen, you may have already realized that all of them are edited by a man named Roderick Jaynes, known as a bit of a cranky British recluse… Continue reading Read a Funny Story from the First Fictional Character to Ever Earn an Oscar Nomination
It is followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala
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According to the new Indian Readership Survey (IRS 2013) conducted by Nielsen and released by MRUC and RSCI today, Dainik Jagran remains the most read Hindi daily followed by Hindustan, Dainik Bhaskar, Rajasthan Patrika and Amar Ujala. Hari Bhoomi figures in… Continue reading IRS 2013: Dainik Jagran remains most read Hindi daily
2013 was the year of great filmmakers predicting the end of cinema. It started with Steven Soderbergh, then it rolled into Steven Spielberg and George Lucas forecasting the end as we know it. What all three were getting at was how Hollywood studios are in a constant arms race where they’re trying to top one another’s budgets to deliver bigger and bigger movies on more… Continue reading Read Martin Scorsese's Inspiring Letter to His Daughter About the Future of Cinema