“Dear Twitter Friends… it is happening again,” Lynch wrote. See video: New ‘Twin Peaks’ Bonus Footage: Agent Cooper Mugs It Up, David Bowie Freaks Out Lynch teased the return of the series last week via social media, writing, “Dear Twitter Friends: That gum you like is going to come back in style! #damngoodcoffee.” The original series, which ran from 1990 to 1991 on ABC, starred Kyle MacLachlan as quirky FBI agent Dale Cooper, investigating the murder of a young woman in the titular, fictional Washington town. And then it got weird. Real weird. http://www.thewrap.com/twin-peaks-getting-a-revival-on-showtime/
digital marketing services represent about 25% of Adobe’s revenue. This week, we spoke with Brad Rencher , SVP of Digital Marketing, about fast-growing unit and recent deals including a partnership with the giant advertising agency Publicis to provide a data management platform. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andy-plesser/video-adobes-fast-growing_b_5939936.html
The Resurrection of Reporter Gary Webb: Will Hollywood Give Him Last Word Against the CIA’s Media Apologists?
These are generally local ads. Comcast is not delivering the network-level ads on an addressable basis. The technology is driven by Invidi , explains Rob Holmes , VP Advanced Advertising at Comcast Cable, in this interview about addressable advertising and the efforts by Comcast. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andy-plesser/video-comcast-set-to-deli_b_5939924.html
‘Twin Peaks’ Getting a Revival on Showtime
Don’t take my word for it. A player in the backlash against Webb was Jesse Katz, one of 17 reporters assigned by L.A. Times editors to produce a three-day, 20,000 word takedown of “Dark Alliance.” Last year, Katz referred to what his paper did as “kind of a tawdry exercise” which “ruined that reporter’s career” — explaining during a radio interview : “Most of us who were involved in it, I think, would look back on that and say it was overkill. We had this huge team of people at the L.A. Times and kind of piled onto one lone muckraker up in Northern California.” Katz deserves credit for expressing regrets about the “overkill.” His role in the backlash was to minimize the importance of Ricky Ross, who received large shipments of cocaine from Contra-funder Blandon. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jeff-cohen/the-resurrection-of-repor_b_5939914.html
Your Sunglasses Can Double As A Phone Stand. True Story.
reddit Have you ever wanted to watch video on your phone but didn’t have a stand handy? Well, this technique fixes that problem in mere seconds, and all you need is a pair of sunglasses (or regular glasses, if you can see without them). Watch the clever demonstration above to see how it’s done. We were curious, so we tested it out, too. Success! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/06/how-to-make-smartphone-stand-glasses_n_5939224.html
John Oliver Explains The Insanity Of Civil Forfeiture, Introduces New ‘Law & Order’ Spinoff
Ratner’s OBB Pictures to Produce Projects for Relativity Sports Movies | By Jeff Sneider on October 6, 2014 @ 9:00 am Follow @theinsneider Email Print He recently wrote and directed the romantic comedy “The 30 Year Old Bris,” which debuted at Tribeca Michael D. Ratner’s OBB Pictures has agreed to a deal to produce and develop film, television and digital projects for Relativity Sports, TheWrap has learned. Ratner is an award-winning producer who wrote and directed the romantic comedy “The 30 Year Old Bris,” which premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. He recently took home three New York Emmys for his directing work on “The Lineup: Sports Movies” in the categories of Entertainment: Program/Special, Sports: Interview/Discussion and Sports: One-Time Special. Ratner also produced the music video for Puff Daddy’s “I Want the Love,” as well as several viral music videos for New York radio station Hot 97. http://www.thewrap.com/michael-d-ratners-obb-pictures-to-produce-projects-for-relativity-sports/
Twin Peaks is coming back!
That’s civil forfeiture. But, wait, there’s more. And by more we mean more margarita machines in police precincts. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/06/john-oliver-civil-forfeiture_n_5938686.html
Michael D. Ratner’s OBB Pictures to Produce Projects for Relativity Sports
#damngoodcoffee — David Lynch (@DAVID_LYNCH) October 3, 2014 Well today, Lynch has confirmed, via his Twitter account, that TWIN PEAKS is indeed returning, to Showtime. http://www.cutprintfilm.com/news-2/twin-peaks-coming-back/