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  • Ten Minutes With: “The Night Of” Composer Jeff Russo

    By Marjorie Galas

     

    By: Marjorie Galas Jeff Russo considers himself extremely fortunate. The composer recently received his second Emmy nomination for the critically heralded, and Emmy nominated, second installment of FX’s  “Fargo.”  He received his first Emmy nomination for the first installment of the 2014 Emmy winning mini-series “Fargo.”  He’s found himself attached once again to a limited…

     

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  • Streaming Services, Our New Television

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    BY: Kaitlyn Ward Netflix is upping the competition at the Primetime Emmy Awards this year, being the first streaming service to be nominated for their original programming, “House of Cards” and “Hemlock Grove,” as well as receiving nominations for Fox’s former hit TV show, “Arrested Development” that Netflix picked up for a fourth season, totaling…

     

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  • Footage Of Major Hollywood Events Archived For First Time

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    In an effort to support commercial and professional media outlets looking for archival and stock footage, HBO Archives recently announced that over 13,000 videotapes have been catalogued and added to their Entertainment News Library.  The clips, available in both standard and high definition through both video and text searches, cover some of the entertainment industry’s most…

     

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  • HBO Archives Acquires “The March Of Time”

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    What do “armies of ants,” “pumping in prison,” and “the Statue of Liberty” all have in common?  They are all clips available on the HBO Archives.   Originated in 2002, the HBO Archives provides stock footage for licensing as well as royalty free clips for commercial and professional use.  Their main categories: Sports, Wildlife, Contemporary,…

     

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