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Breaking Down Upfronts: How Networks and Streamers Used A-Listers, Athletes and ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ to Entice Ad Buys - variety.com - Texas - city Big
variety.com
22.05.2024 / 18:37

Breaking Down Upfronts: How Networks and Streamers Used A-Listers, Athletes and ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ to Entice Ad Buys

upfronts on a mission to get advertisers excited about a handful of new series coming in the fall. This year, TV’s big players took a T-shirt cannon approach. Every one of the major presentations during the May 13-15 sprint in midtown Manhattan — NBCUniversal, Fox, Disney, Amazon, Warner Bros.

Anti-itch pet treats that 'really do work' now £29 in Amazon sale - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Beyond
dailyrecord.co.uk
21.05.2024 / 17:55

Anti-itch pet treats that 'really do work' now £29 in Amazon sale

A box of anti-itch dog treats that 'really do work' have been slashed in price on Amazon in a limited time deal.

Aer Lingus announces new Las Vegas route from Manchester Airport - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - USA - Manchester - Ireland - Las Vegas - Dublin
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
21.05.2024 / 11:15

Aer Lingus announces new Las Vegas route from Manchester Airport

Aer Lingus has announced new flights from Manchester Airport to Las Vegas via its Dublin hub, with returns starting from £569. The new route will launch on Friday, October 25, just in time for October half term.

‘Goodbye Julia,’ ‘Four Daughters’ Stand Out at Critics Awards for Arab Films Handed Out in Cannes - variety.com - Jordan - Tunisia - Sudan - South Sudan
variety.com
18.05.2024 / 08:37

‘Goodbye Julia,’ ‘Four Daughters’ Stand Out at Critics Awards for Arab Films Handed Out in Cannes

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Sudanese first-timer Mohamed Kordofani’s “Goodbye Julia,” a timely morality tale that takes place just before the 2011 secession of South Sudan, has won top awards for both fest feature film and best screenplay at the eighth edition of the Critics Awards for Arab Films that will be handed out today at the Plage des Palmes in Cannes. The first Sudanese film ever to screen in Cannes’ official selection, where it premiered in Un Certain Regard last year, “Goodbye Julia” (pictured) is the story of two women — one from the North, the other from the South — who are brought together by fate in a complex relationship that attempts to reconcile differences between northern and southern Sudanese communities in the war-ravaged country.

Jessica Biel opens up about marriage with Justin Timberlake: ‘Trying to find the time’ - us.hola.com
us.hola.com
17.05.2024 / 19:01

Jessica Biel opens up about marriage with Justin Timberlake: ‘Trying to find the time’

Jessica Biel is opening up about her marriage with Justin Timberlake. The 42-year-old Hollywood star is sharing a glimpse of her family life with the 43-year-old singer. The celebrity couple, who tied the knot in 2012, share two sons, 9-year-old Silas, and 3-year-old Phineas.Justin Timberlake says ‘no disrespect’ before singing ‘Cry Me a River’ amid Britney Spears backlashJessica Biel wants more people to eat in the showerJessica Biel’s Met Gala prep included bathing in 20 pounds of Epsom saltDuring the latest episode of ‘The View,’ the actress talked about her marriage with the singer, revealing that her relationship is still “a work in progress” as they both have extremely busy schedules.

Woman In Audience For 'Horrible' Harrison Butker Speech Speaks Out About Her Graduation Feeling 'Less Special' Now - perezhilton.com
perezhilton.com
17.05.2024 / 18:25

Woman In Audience For 'Horrible' Harrison Butker Speech Speaks Out About Her Graduation Feeling 'Less Special' Now

If you felt your blood boil listening to Harrison Butker‘s disgusting commencement speech at Benedictine College this week, just imagine how much it must have hurt to hear in person?

The CW’s Affiliates Still “Absorbing” Network’s Makeover, President Dennis Miller Says; No Update On Fate Of NY Flagship WPIX Amid FCC Battle - deadline.com - Chicago - county Miller
deadline.com
16.05.2024 / 21:31

The CW’s Affiliates Still “Absorbing” Network’s Makeover, President Dennis Miller Says; No Update On Fate Of NY Flagship WPIX Amid FCC Battle

CW President Dennis Miller acknowledges the revamped network must still “prove ourselves” to local affiliates, which are still “absorbing” the amount of change.

‘Baby Reindeer’s Real-Life Martha Has Not Heard From Netflix As She Works With Senior UK Attorney To Build Lawsuit Against Streamer - deadline.com - Britain
deadline.com
16.05.2024 / 13:15

‘Baby Reindeer’s Real-Life Martha Has Not Heard From Netflix As She Works With Senior UK Attorney To Build Lawsuit Against Streamer

EXCLUSIVE: Baby Reindeer‘s real-life Martha appears to be making good on her promise to sue Netflix, but has yet to hear from the streamer despite being identified against her wishes and claiming to have received death threats and unwanted attention.

Working class make up less than 10 percent of film and TV workers, study reveals - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
15.05.2024 / 18:33

Working class make up less than 10 percent of film and TV workers, study reveals

Channel 4, also showed that a similar disparity is present in the music and performing arts sector, with just 16 per cent coming from working class communities, as opposed to almost 65 per cent from middle or upper class backgrounds.A lack of diversity has also been reported in other categories, with data showing that 90 per cent of those working in the arts are white, and nearly 70 per cent of people in managerial positions are men, with only 1 per cent of those being Black.The study reveals that although such class-based patterns are not new, they actually show a decline in working class people making a living in the entertainment industry.A spokesperson for the UK government responded to the report, saying they are committed to “growing a creative sector with opportunities for all, creating new pathways into the industry through training and education.”Labour, meanwhile, announced last month that they would reform the school accountability framework in an effort to ensure that arts subjects are considered of comparable value to sciences and humanities.Keir Starmer, the party’s leader, vowed to place culture “at the core” of his government if he were to win the forthcoming general election.

Wendy Williams' Guardian Just Sold Her Most Prized Possession Right Out From Under Her! - perezhilton.com - New York
perezhilton.com
15.05.2024 / 16:09

Wendy Williams' Guardian Just Sold Her Most Prized Possession Right Out From Under Her!

Times are changing in a major way for Wendy Williams — and she’s not the one making the decision to flip the proverbial switch on this.

ITV Panel Show ‘Sorry, I Didn’t Know’ Makes History After Securing Fifth Season Recommission - deadline.com - Britain - London
deadline.com
15.05.2024 / 09:59

ITV Panel Show ‘Sorry, I Didn’t Know’ Makes History After Securing Fifth Season Recommission

EXCLUSIVE: ITV panel show Sorry, I Didn’t Know has sealed itself in the record books by becoming the network’s longest-running show from a production company led by Black creatives.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are allowed to keep over 20 gifts from Nigeria tour — but working royals can’t - nypost.com - Nigeria
nypost.com
14.05.2024 / 14:03

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are allowed to keep over 20 gifts from Nigeria tour — but working royals can’t

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex this week headed back to their two children in Montecito, Calif., following their three-day tour of the West African country.And since they’re no longer senior working members of the royal family, the many gifts the pair received boarded the plane with them.During their brief trip, the Sussexes were showered with an array of gifts, ranging from artwork and clothing, to jewelry and literature.Had the pair remained firmly within the royal family, they would not be allowed to accept any of the presents gifted to them.According to the official royal policy, last updated in 2003, royals are not allowed to accept gifts from government bodies, trade associations, guilds, civic bodies, the armed services, charities or similar organizations, especially if they have an established connection or patronage.Gifts from individuals not known to the royals are to be refused, “where there are concerns about the propriety or motives of the donor or the gift itself.”Presents such as flowers, food and books are allowed to be accepted if they amount to less than $200 each.A strict royal record is kept of all official gifts handed to the royal family.Most gifts are housed under the Royal Collection or placed on a loan with a reputable organization.

Baby joy! Rafe Spall to become dad for fourth time as girlfriend Esther shows off 'little bump' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
14.05.2024 / 10:03

Baby joy! Rafe Spall to become dad for fourth time as girlfriend Esther shows off 'little bump'

Men in Black star Rafe Spall is set to become a dad for the fourth time, confirming that he's in a relationship with his co-star Esther Smith - and they're expecting a baby! The actor, 41, stars in Apple TV+ comedy-drama Trying with his girlfriend Esther and were rumoured to be romantically involved back in 2022 after Rafe split from his wife the year before. On ITV's Lorraine on Tuesday, Rafe and Esther announced that they are expecting a child together. "I have to say, everybody always says what remarkable chemistry you two have," Lorraine Kelly said.

The Netherlands Eurovision entry Joost Klein kicked out of competition after being accused of making threats to show worker - www.nme.com - Sweden - Netherlands
nme.com
11.05.2024 / 11:09

The Netherlands Eurovision entry Joost Klein kicked out of competition after being accused of making threats to show worker

Eurovision contestant Joost Klein has been disqualified from the contest after being accused of making verbal threats towards a female member of production crew, police have said.Klein was placed under investigation by the organisers yesterday (May 10) due to an “incident” and was not allowed to perform his song ‘Europapa’ during the final dress rehearsal.A police spokesperson confirmed the incident took place after Klein’s performance on Thursday night at the Malmö Arena where the contest is being held.The EBU, which organises the contest, said in a statement: “The Dutch artist Joost Klein will not be competing in the Grand Final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.“Swedish police have investigated a complaint made by a female member of the production crew after an incident following his performance in Thursday night’s Semi Final. While the legal process takes its course, it would not be appropriate for him to continue in the Contest.“We would like to make it clear that, contrary to some media reports and social media speculation, this incident did not involve any other performer or delegation member.“We maintain a zero-tolerance policy towards inappropriate behaviour at our event and are committed to providing a safe and secure working environment for all staff at the Contest.

Cruise Ship Worker Flipped Out & Stabbed Three Passengers During Trip To Alaska! - perezhilton.com - Britain - South Africa - Norway - state Alaska - Oklahoma - state Washington - county Pacific - city Seattle, state Washington
perezhilton.com
09.05.2024 / 23:15

Cruise Ship Worker Flipped Out & Stabbed Three Passengers During Trip To Alaska!

A South African man working on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship traveling up the coast of the Pacific Northwest has been arrested after allegedly stabbing three passengers.

SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu says he wouldn’t want to relive trainee life: “All the bad memories are from that time” - www.nme.com - South Korea
nme.com
09.05.2024 / 11:09

SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu says he wouldn’t want to relive trainee life: “All the bad memories are from that time”

SEVENTEEN member Mingyu has opened up about his time as a K-pop trainee and why he wouldn’t want to relive that period of his life.SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu and his bandmate Joshua recently made an appearance on South Korean singer Jung Jae-hyung’s YouTube show channel, where they reflected on their nearly decade-long career and their time as trainees before debuting in the boyband.The K-pop idol revealed that he “[doesn’t] ever want to go back to that time of my life”, explaining that “all the bad memories of my life are from that time”, per SBS Star. He added: “It was so hard. I couldn’t sleep, you know.

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