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GLAAD has named the film "Cloud Atlas," AMC's reality show "Small Town Security," and the New Yorker magazine among its nominees for the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards.
Animal wranglers involved in the making of "The Hobbit" movie trilogy say the production company is responsible for the deaths of up to 27 animals, largely because they were kept at a farm filled with bluffs, sinkholes and other "death traps."
In a China awash with fake iPhones, pirated DVDs and knockoff Louis Vuitton bags, rice trader Lin Chunping took fakery to a whole new level: He invented a U.S. bank and claimed he bought it.
There's more than meets the eye with actor Michael Madsen, known for his cold-blooded and violent roles in films like "Reservoir Dogs."
Time Warner Inc. got a boost from its movie studio and cable TV networks in the last three months of the year, and the company expects growth to continue in 2012 even with the end of its lucrative Harry Potter franchise.
A little magic from Harry Potter lifted Time Warner's third-quarter earnings sharply on Wednesday, as the final movie about the boy wizard's adventures led to record results at the media conglomerate's film division.
People, Fortune and other leading magazines are coming to the Nook.
China is flexing its maritime muscles again. Last week, the state newspaper People's Daily darkly warned of "due consequences" if Beijing is challenged in the South China Sea. A few weeks earlier, China's top military officer called U.S. naval exercises in the South China Sea "inappropriate" and chided America for spending too much on defense.
Facebook and Time Warner are ganging up on bullies to address a problem that torments millions of children and young adults.
The ousted leader of Time Warner Inc.'s magazine division defended his short tenure on the job Friday, saying his efforts to transform the business had been praised before his firing.
Apple Inc. announced a subscription system for buying newspapers and magazines on iPhone and iPad applications on Tuesday, making it easier for publishers to mine the popular mobile devices for more revenue.
Sometimes, only a celebrity angle can get the public to pay attention to what's important. The Harry Potter actress who suddenly became subject to Sharia law may be the source of such a moment when the public pays enough attention to create a sea change in national opinion.