In Donald Trump’s America, the most prestigious institute in Hollywood has opened its borders — not only among its members, but also between new and old.
Hollywood recognizes the changes, but remains reluctant to integrate them.
<i>While the change in the way films are being watched is unstoppable, a supportive policy is merited whereby streaming platforms are also seen as allies.</i>
War has broken out between the Cannes Film Festival, a French cultural industry icon, and Netflix, the American online movie platform that has 100 million [Read more]
Netflix is a part of the companies of the new economy — such as Google, Amazon, Airbnb and Uber — that do not contribute to the system that cultivates them.
Today, at the last hour, the body that regulates U.S. telecommunications decided on net neutrality.
The proposals of the president, Tom Wheeler, were approved. They ensure the impossibility of bandwidth providers blocking or slowing web traffic alleging reasons tied to the payment of additional sums. The same [Read more]
The American streaming provider takes steps to guarantee a share of the island’s market.
The Federal Communications Commission has arranged a very important event for next February 26th. This independent U.S. government agency, which is directed by five commissioners appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, will hold a net neutrality vote on February 26th. This new [Read more]
British media such as The Guardian and Daily Mail published on Friday the surprise from emerging news of a survey among English teens: “Youtube stars,” vloggers, columnists and celebrities who gain fame from online videos and have access to an envied style of life, are replacing actresses, soccer players and even [Read more]