Posts Tagged ‘ Video. ’

Oscar Winning FX Company Pushes Back Against Big Studios

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May 16, 2013
Oscar Winning FX Company Pushes Back Against Big Studios

By Will Sterling As the statue was being handed to the winners of the Best Visual Effects Oscar this year, Rhythm and Hues, the company responsible for the VFX of Life of PI, was filing for bankruptcy. Much has been made of the plight of the digital FX powerhouses since then. For artists working in Animatronics...
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New Green Day Album Artwork Released

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August 24, 2012
Green Day - Kill the DJ - album artwork

The new single “Oh Love” from Green Day’s upcoming new release Kill the DJ has been out a few weeks now. It’s  an excellent song will some nice guitar work. The title track “Kill the DJ” as heard on Sirius XM Radio’s BBC Radio 1 channel online, will be available soon. The title is meant to be...
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Nickelback – ‘Here and Now’: A Review

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November 27, 2011
Nickelback

By Kenneth E. Oquist Starting out this mad rush to the holidays is Nickelback with their latest release ‘Here and Now’. “This Means War” has an “unable to get along” mentality to it. The Pop/Rock of “Lullaby” shows the mass appeal of Nickelback and is just simply a really good song. “Midnight Queen” is...
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Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI) to Honor MTV’s 30th Birthday

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July 26, 2011
Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI) to Honor MTV’s 30th Birthday

By Demian Russian Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI) has announced that four of the original MTV VJs and current Sirius XM Satellite Radio hosts Martha Quinn, Alan Hunter, Mark Goodman and Nina Blackwood will host ‘The ‘80s on 8 30th Anniversary VJ Special’  thirty years to the day after the debut of MTV. This exclusive...
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Charlie: An Obscure Band to Explore

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June 20, 2011
Charlie

Maybe you have heard the song “It’s Inevitable”. If you haven’t, give it a whirl. Available for viewing on YouTube, the video has a great pie fight. A band that should have been much bigger, Charlie is worth a listen. Terry Thomas, if you don’t know the name, co-wrote and produced the Brian Howe...
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Rebecca Black Presents Award in Vegas: Photos and Video

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April 30, 2011
Rebecca Black - MTV O Music Awards

It wasn’t Friday, but YouTube sensation Rebecca Black was out on the town attending the first ever MTV O Music Awards ceremony held at The Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday night. Shaking off recent death threats, and a resulting police investigation by the Anaheim, California Police Department, Rebecca Black appeared...
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Rebecca Black’s “Friday” Performed by Katy Perry: Video

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April 30, 2011
Katy Perry performing Rebecca Black's song "Friday"

Katy Perry performed Rebecca Black’s popular song “Friday” in a concert performance at the Rod Laver Arena last night in Melbourne, Australia. Proving just how popular Rebecca Black’s song has become after the YouTube video for “Friday” recently went viral, the Melbourne crowd instantly recognized the song and began to sing along, even knowing exactly when...
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Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

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April 22, 2011
Charlie Sheen Releases New iPhone App: ‘The Masheen’

Controversial actor Charlie Sheen released his own mobile app today called “The Masheen.” The new app is now available not only for Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone and iPod Touch mobile devices, but also for the company’s popular iPad tablet computer as well. Although not available yet, an Android compatible version of the application is in...
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Rebecca Black ‘Friday’ Performance Brings Death Threats, Police Investigation

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April 21, 2011
Rebecca Black ‘Friday’ Performance Brings Death Threats, Police Investigation

Singer Rebecca Black has achieved overnight stardom. The popular YouTube video for her song “Friday” quickly went viral and has already received over 113 million views since it was posted just over two months ago. Does Rebecca Black have any talent and why did the video become so popular so quickly? It appears that...
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Low Releases ‘C’mon’: A Review

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April 16, 2011
Low Releases ‘C’mon’: A Review

Low may not put Duluth, Minnesota on the Alternative Rock map, but they are an excellent group worth looking into. I have been into their unique sound for several years. With the song “Try To Sleep” being free on Amazon, there is no reason not to give them a whirl. While you’re at it,...
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French Animators, Kanye West and Knee-jerk Reactions: Why “All Of The Lights” Is Not A Case Of Plagiarism

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April 7, 2011
French Animators, Kanye West and Knee-jerk Reactions: Why “All Of The Lights” Is Not A Case Of Plagiarism

When the video for Kanye West’s “All Of The Lights” hit the Internet it was almost guaranteed to cause controversy. The man never fails to achieve at least some outcry in everything he does. Within moments of it’s release, bloggers were at their keyboards claiming foul play on the part of the video’s director...
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Sneaker’s Debut Album Reissued

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January 7, 2011
Sneaker’s Debut Album Reissued

Sneaker’s debut album is a sensational under the radar classic. Having the album for years, I purchased this as soon as I found out it was available as a digital download. The stand out song is the single “More Than Just The Two Of Us”, which peaked at #34 in 1981. “Looking For Someone...
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