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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.


HAWAII: Living Hawaii: Can We Overcome the Problem of Low Salaries?

(Honolulu Civil Beat, March 9)

The cost of living, relatively low pay and workplace challenges raise questions about why professionals decide to work in the islands.


Louis C.K. Not Laughing Over Pension Fund Ruling

(CNN Money, March 6)

After a New York judge ruled the comedian is a full-time editor, the FX star owes much larger payments to a union health and pension funds.


How Each State Is Trying to Win Hollywood's Business: A Guide to the Latest Production Incentives

(THR, March 3)

A state-by-state guide to what each offers in terms of incentives.


What the Sony Hack Means for Your Paycheck

(THR, Feb. 27)

All that stolen data exposed more than embarrassing emails. It also sent dozens of Hollywood payroll companies into red alert to secure their data in an identity theft economy where Social Security numbers go for $10 a pop.


HAWAII: DBEDT Forecasts Stable Growth for Hawaii Economy

(Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Feb. 27)

The state said Friday in its quarterly forecast that a stronger U.S. economy and improving labor market will provide the catalyst for the growth.


Why the FCC’s Net Neutrality Vote Matters to Hollywood

(Variety, Feb. 25)

The FCC’s proposed tough regulatory approach could impact Hollywood in two key areas: the pathways consumers take to receive programming, and the price they pay for it.


Diverse Casts Deliver Higher Ratings, Bigger Box Office: Study (Exclusive)

(THR, Feb. 25)

Audiences want more ethnic representation, a new UCLA study shows.


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