FILM and VIDEO


Video Description Mandate Upped To 87 Hours

Video description, also called audio description, allows the seven million Americans who have trouble seeing a program to...

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Celebs Complain, Sony Cancels a Family Friendly Move

Earlier this month Sony Pictures announced plans for it's "clean version" initiative, a move that would have offered edited versions of...

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Ex-Atheist Lee Strobel on 'The Case for Christ' Film: Nonbelievers Will See Real Evidence for God, Jesus

Author Lee Strobel, a former atheist and journalist who attempted to prove that Jesus did not resurrect from the dead, said that nonbelievers who see the upcoming "The Case for Christ" film...

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Jesus Film Project announces 1,500th translation of ‘JESUS’

Jesus Film Project® announced today during the annual National Religious Broadcasters Convention the completion of its 1,500th language translation of “JESUS”...

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Pure Flix, NHCLC Transform Hispanic Roles in Hollywood With Ambitious Film Industry Project

Pure Flix Vice President of Strategic Alliance Franklin Santagate said Pure Flix and the NHCLC hope to affect change in the film industry through the examination of cultural archetypes...

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Ericsson: Mobile Viewing Up 200 Hours Since 2012

People are taking advantage of the ability to watch TV and videos on the go now...

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FilmOn X Fires Back

Online video streamer FilmOn X continues its push to get a compulsory license and access to broadcast video.

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Pro-life Film 'Voiceless' to Get Advance Screening in Front of the U.S. Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, Sept. 22, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- After initially denying Church on the Hill and Movie to Movement's request to preview the groundbreaking new film "Voiceless" in front of the Supreme Court...

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Will China soon control American movies?

There is growing concern that Chinese government influence over Western media organizations will lead to direct censorship or pressure to self-censor content to Beijing’s liking.

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Industry fights FCC licensing role in set-top box battle

Opponents of a Federal Communications Commission plan to reform the television set-top box market pushed back Tuesday on the idea...

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