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Warner Bros. TV Partners With IATSE to Launch Sarah Jones Memorial Internship

(THR, April 22)

Georgia filmmakers will intern at SIM Digital in Atlanta before training on a Warner Bros. TV series to honor the late camera assistant.


AFL-CIO Head Richard Trumka Explains Why Labor Unions Hate the Transpacific Partnership

(VOX, April 20)

The AFL-CIO President raises concerns with the lack of transparency and the threat to American jobs.


Netflix Is Betting Its Future on Exclusive Programming

(NY Times, April 19)

"Daredevil," the 17th Netflix original series to make its debut this year, is part of an expanding range of original shows intended to position the company for a digital revolution in entertainment.


Michele Bachmann in ‘Sharknado 3’: Brought to You By ‘Strikenado’ Scabs

(In These Times, March 12)

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka met with the striking crew in Washington DC on Wednesday.


NEVADA: Rally at Nevada Capitol protests 'constant attack' on labor

(AP, March 12)

About 100 people carrying signs and banners rallied in front of the Capitol on Thursday, calling for Gov. Brian Sandoval to come out and talk to them.


As Deaths Rise on Reality TV, Film Sets, Many Blame Need to Get 'Dramatic Footage’

(LA Times, March 11)

Unscripted action adventure shows have become a staple of the entertainment industry, and the helicopter collision that claimed 10 lives this week on a set in Argentina underscored the risks in reality television.


Paramount Pictures Undergoes Round of Layoffs

(THR, March 11)

The studio laid off 30-40 employees as part of Viacom's current restructuring.


NTSB to Hold Forum on Railroad Trespassing After ‘Midnight Rider’ Guilty Pleas

(Variety, March 11)

The National Transportation Safety Board on Wednesday said that they would hold a forum on March 24-25 on the dangers of trespassing on railroad property.


HBO Now Stand-Alone Service Shakes Up TV Industry.

(LA Times, March 10)

HBO Now marks the first time the premium cable network will be offered directly to customers.


'Midnight Rider' Director Randall Miller Pleads Guilty in Train Death

(LA Times, March 9)

Randall Miller received two years in Wayne County jail, the rest on probation in which he can't handle film crews.


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