October 27, 2015

  • Your entertainment guide Oct. 28-Nov. 4 – The Daily Advertiser

    By / October 27, 2015
    Your entertainment guide Oct. 28-Nov. 4
    The Daily Advertiser
    WEDNESDAY. Acadiana Roots. Singer-songwriter Yvette Landry and pedal steel guitar ace Richard Comeaux share music and conversation in the Acadiana Roots series at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Community Room at the Daily Advertiser, 1100 Bertrand …

  • Cannes Will Add Entertainment and Music Lions in 2016 – AdAge.com (blog)

    By / October 20, 2015
    Cannes Will Add Entertainment and Music Lions in 2016
    AdAge.com (blog)
    Entertainment Lions and Entertainment Lions for Music, which will have two separate juries and dedicated Lions, evolved out of the former Branded Content and Entertainment category that grew rapidly but struggled to define itself, and didn't award a
    New Cannes Awards: Entertainment & Music LionsMediaPost Communications


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  • Winston Baker to Present Asia Pacific Entertainment Finance Forum – Variety

    By / October 13, 2015
    Winston Baker to Present Asia Pacific Entertainment Finance Forum
    Variety
    Inspired by the success of its Entertainment Finance Forum in Los Angeles, Winston Baker created the Asia Pacific Entertainment Finance Forum to bridge the gap between Hollywood, Silicon Valley and Asia. The event was developed to provide knowledge …

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    Entertainment Has Changed Along With Technology

    By / October 8, 2015

    If there is one thing that can be said for today’s generation, it’s that the vast majority are glued to their phones. Phones have become such an integral part to life. No longer are they only used as an outlet for communication. No longer are they only used for work related purposes. They have really become a source of entertainment for so many. That’s because a person is constantly on their phone and sometimes they’re just looking for things to amuse them. That’s why so many entertainment businesses are capitalizing on this. Services like Netflix, Hulu, and big networks like HBO allow users to stream television shows and movies right from their own cellular devices.

    Entertainment has truly come along way. It’s incredibly different from the older days when black and white movies were considered a treat. Nowadays, people enjoy a variety of outlets for their entertainment needs. Of course, movie theaters are still around and will be around for a long time to come. They have gone major upgrades in recent years to keep up with the changing needs of society. Theaters all across the globe now run movies that are in high definition and even 3-D. People crave something different then just sitting in a movie seat and watching similar movies over and over. This is a way to keep their interest peaked.

    As previously mentioned, entertainment also comes right from the palm of someone’s’ hand. YouTube has really grown and blossomed over the years. It’s no longer used as a simple way for people to share videos. People now plug in to watch television shows, movies, music videos, and other smaller videos that have gone viral. Entertainment no longer needs to be made by Hollywood. Sometimes, people enjoy watching viral videos like a cat being silly or a baby laughing; entertainment has never been so much in the hands of the people before.

    There really is no age limit when it comes to entertainment. Children as young as a year old enjoy watching cartoons and the elderly still enjoy watching their favorite shows. The younger generations do seem to be those who enjoy entertainment the most but it really depends on the individual. Entertainment especially the forms like movies and television shows are truly for anyone. Lots of families enjoy bonding together over a movie night. Individuals enjoy killing time by catching a quick television show from their phone, iPad, or television screen.…

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