Sorkin Cleaning the Newsroom
Aaron Sorkin has been doing press all week defending his critically-panned HBO show, The Newsroom, but behind the scenes he's cleaning house.
Emmy Awards: Louis C.K. Talks About His Record Number of Nominations
Comedian, television auteur, and Entertainment Weekly cover boy Louis C.K. earned seven Emmy nominations yesterday. His multi-hyphenate work on FX’s much-praised Louie earned him Best Actor, Best Writing, and Best Directing nominations.
Yes, Wong Kar-Wai Is Still Shooting The Grandmaster
It started filming in December 2009, and two-and-a-half years later, Wong Kar-Wai's "The Grandmaster" is still in front of cameras.
2012 Primetime Emmys: Official List of Nominations
See all of the 2012 Primetime Emmy Nominations by category at the official Emmys website.
Emmy Voters Still Love HBO, But Not as Much as They Used To
When it comes to the Emmys, HBO still rules. But at least the competition can console themselves with a little evidence that the gap is narrowing.
YouTube Gets Face-Blurring Feature
The issue of privacy and anonymity is never too far away where the Internet is concerned. And with that in mind, Google has announced a new face-blurring tool for YouTube, that lets you disguise figures within videos with a few clicks.
NBCUniversal Sued for $3.5 Million Over Font Theft…Again
For the third time in as many years, NBCU is facing claims of breaching copyrighted font software. This time, the plaintiff says the stolen font is all over NBCU's websites.
Christopher Nolan Addresses Online Outrage over Negative Dark Knight Rises Reviews
Director Christopher Nolan is defending fans irate over negative reviews of The Dark Knight Rises.
Rotten Tomatoes Kills Dark Knight Rises Comments Because the Fanboys Couldn’t Behave
Here is why we cannot have nice things today: Rotten Tomatoes had to turn off user comments — for the first time in its history — because Dark Knight Rises fans went nuts against any critic who'd written a negative review.
Pay-TV industry Not United on TV Everywhere
Want to watch an episode of TNT's The Closer online? You have to fill out a form on TNT's website, proving you have a cable or satellite television subscription. And your cable or satellite provider also needs to have a deal with TNT to carry its content online. But if you want to check out A&E's new drama Longmire, just visit the cable channel's website and your mouse gets you in.