#MoviePass Has A Really Bad Week as in just under a week, MoviePass ran out of money and required a loan in order to keep itself in business.
Plus, they blocked out folks trying to see Mission: Impossible – Fallout, saw shares of Helios and Matheson (its parent company) plunge below $1, had a system-wide crash and apparently announced that it wouldn’t support the newest releases on opening weekend.
Plus, Podcast Movement becomes a meeting place where the radio industry infiltrated and plants the seed of persuading podcasters to work together.
KOP welcomes Oscar Nominated Blade Runner 2049 Sound Guys Doug Hemphill and Ron Bartlett about their sound work since Blade Runner and now with Blade Runner 2049.
Oscar-winning Re-Recording Sound Mixer, Doug Hemphill (also worked on Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003), The Last of the Mohicans (1992))and Oscar-nominated Sound Mixer, Ron Bartlett ( The Fifth Element (1997) and Deepwater Horizon (2016) run Formosa Group, a full-service post-production sound company, serving independent and studio filmmakers and content creators.
Plus, the latest on the iHeart impending bankruptcy, MoviePass tracking your moves before and after a movie, and possible changes to iTunes.
MoviePass is a Mistake, The Voice vs. American Idol Showdown in March, plus KOP gives a Digital Wake Up Call for Radio.
Plus, we check out what we learned out of the TCA Winter Press Tour, is Liam Neeson simply playing Bryan Mills again in his new movie, The Commuter. Plus, the Year in Sad Rap, and why corporate radio suits are so out of touch with what they need to do to fix the radio.
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