Quibi, short for “quick bites,” raised $1.75 billion from investors including Disney, NBCUniversal and Viacom and its leadership included entertainment industry heavyweight Jeffrey Katzenberg and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman.
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Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak, the mother/daughter duo who renovate houses as Two Chicks and a Hammer, say they’re not getting rich from TV.
The rapidly changing sports media landscape has left a hazy cloud of uncertainty over the future of the race. Its current contract with ABC runs through next year, and some experts anticipate new bidders.
The show will film in Indianapolis on April 27-28, although the crew will be setting up the course several days in advance, NBC officials confirmed.
It took former WISH-TV Channel 8 General Manager Jeff White only one trip to VisionThree’s studio to convince him to take an ownership stake in the company and spearhead sales and product development for the firm full time.
The acquisition gives Verizon, the country’s largest wireless carrier, an entryway into increasingly competitive online video.
Documentary filmmaker Ted Green recently completed production of “Bobby Slick Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier,” a 90-minute documentary that will debut at Bankers Life Fieldhouse July 29.
Chief Marketing Officer Angie Hicks-Bowman spends an hour and a half each month recording consumer-advice segments hat are downloaded by more than 100 television stations around the country and incorporated into their own consumer news segments.
The airport has hosted in the last few years about a dozen shoots, for everything from magazine covers to television commercials to pilots for short films.
An Indianapolis-based pets TV show now seen in six states is galloping off in search of new territory—much like a fearless puppy.
Eddie Brochin is only the second person to ever film the ancient hunting techniques of Mongolia’s eagle masters.
Former Indianapolis filmmaker Alex Kosene bases the story in a local advertising shoot for a Swiss watchmaker on his relationship with his developer dad.