Tag Archives: Internet

“Boycott AOL and Huffington Post” – Behind the Untimely Death of Cinematical

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Staying on top of the ever-changing Cinematical story this week has been a full-time job. The sad irony of that assessment is that just about everyone associated with the story will be out of a job by the time this article publishes. Patricia Chui, former editor-in-chief at Moviefone,[...]

“Do NOT write for Arianna Huffington or AOL!”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Cinematical deserves an Irish wake, the kind of rowdy, drunken, affectionate affair held on “The Wire” when one of Baltimore’s finest fell. The deceased would be laid out on the pool table of a dive bar while surviving officers drank, sang along to The Pogues, and solemnly[...]

Oscars Live Blog From HollywoodNews.com

By Sean O’Connell HollywoodNews.com: We are live blogging the 83rd Annual Academy Awards! Follow along. Leave us comments. And enjoy the show! 11:36 p.m. ET – Thank you all for following tonight. Hope you had fun! I know I did. Have a great night, and we’ll see you back here tomorrow[...]

Twilight star Nikki Reed pens her own blog

By Kim Palacios hollywoodnews.com: In a world in which celebrities rely on professional bloggers and social media managers, Twilight’s Nikki Reed has done the unthinkable. Instead of farming out copy writing for her official web site to a management company responsible for promoting her career, Reed’s site features a simple[...]

Huffington Post signs $315 million deal with AOL

HollywoodNews.com: It was announced Sunday evening that AOL Inc. has made a pricey deal with the Huffington Post, one that will now merge the two Internet venues into the Huffington Post Media Group. With the approval from the boards of both companies, AOL bought the news-and-opinion website for $315 million in[...]

Justin Bieber drops final poster for “Never Say Never”

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Only a few more weeks until Justin Bieber’s 3D motion picture, “Never Say Never,” arrives in theaters, which means it’s about time for Paramount to drop the last of its marketing materials on the Bieber fanatics to drum up anticipation and support. This morning, we’re getting a great[...]

“Are you a huge fan of “Adam Lambert” who likes to blog? We’ve got a job for you…”

UPDATE – JAN 12, 2011: AT THIS TIME WE ARE STILL GOING THROUGH THE SELECTION PROCESS. AS SOON AS WE HAVE A BLOGGER WE WILL MAKE THE ANNOUNCEMENT. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE HollywoodNews.com: HollywoodNews.com, one of the Web’s top destinations for entertainment news, is pleased to announce that a new blog[...]

Google, YouTube want in on Hollywood’s pay-per-view game

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: As Netflix negotiates with Apple to stream movies on your iPhone and iPad, Google is attempting to make its own splash with regards to pay-per-view films. The powerful Internet company reportedly is in talks with Hollywood’s major studios to launch a streaming movie service on YouTube by the[...]

Writers Guild of America, West urges FCC to create guidelines to fight online piracy

HollywoodNews.com: Calling on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to preserve an open Internet and address copyright infringement , the Writers Guild of America, West is asking that the agency institute net neutrality by reclassifying broadband transmission under Title II while also creating clear rules that require Internet Service Providers (ISPs)[...]

Writers Guild of America, West releases statement regarding Google-Verizon internet plan

HollywoodNews.com: The Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) today issued the following statement: “The Google-Verizon announcement to carve up the Internet is further evidence of the need for swift action from Congress and the FCC to institute net neutrality and protect an open Internet. These powerful corporate forces are joining together[...]