Category: Media & Media Ethics

Alina De Cuba Producer John Martinez O’Felan Talks Latino Representation In Hollywood

By Xavier LeBlanc Crew member holding a movie clapboard on the set of Alina de Cuba.  John Martinez O’Felan spoke to LatinHeat in regard to Latino representation. MANKIND ENTERTAINMENT/LATINHEAT Alina of Cuba is based on the true-life story of former Cuban exile Alina Fernandez (aka “Castro’s Daughter”). The film is a celebration of the bravery of

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Darren Rovell Warns ESPN Should Be Worried About Streaming Companies Entering Sports

By Chris Katje ESPN sideline reporter Tom Luginbill during a game between the California Golden Bears and the USC Trojans on November 5, 2022, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA.  Action Network sports reporter Darren Rovell stated the value of having sports rights for competitions that need to be watched live. Rovell

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Disney+ Hits 164.2 Million Subscribers As It Plans For Price Hike

By Chris Katje General views of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland on August 14, 2022, in Anaheim, California. The Walt Disney Company revenue is down 3% from the prior year in the media and entertainment segment. (AARONP/BAUER-GRIFFIN VIA BENZINGA) Media giant The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) reported fourth-quarter and full-year financial results after market

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Kanye West: I’m Targeted By ‘Jewish Media Mafia’

By Ian Haworth After sparking outrage following multiple anti-Semitic outbursts, Kanye West clashed with NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo when the musician continued to double down on his comments.   In an interview Monday, West, who now goes by “Ye,” claimed that a “Jewish underground media mafia” is targeting him, that he doesn’t believe in the term “anti-Semitic,”

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Jewish Director Says Facebook Banning Ads For His Holocaust Film Was Shameful

By Alan Zeitlin A son of Holocaust survivors is demanding an apology from Facebook for blocking ads for his newly-released film “Beautiful Blue Eyes.” British filmmaker Joshua Newton said the tech giant’s move hurt his film, which was released in 143 theaters earlier this month. When his ads featuring the late actor Roy Scheider were

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It’s About Time: Famed Magazine Engages In A Metaverse Project

By Michelle D. Madsen Time Magazine has formed a partnership with The Sandbox, an Ethereum-based metaverse, to create a digital setting that is modeled after New York City. Kieran Warwick, co-founder of Illuvium, which is partly billed as an NTF creature collector game, told The Defiant that the company’s intention to collaborate with The Sandbox

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