The Special Relationship (film)

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The film was produced by Rainmark Films and backed by HBO Films and BBC Films. The film stars Michael Sheen reprising his role as Blair, Dennis Quaid as Clinton, Hope Davis as Hillary Clinton, and Helen McCrory as Cherie Blair. Principal photography on locations in and around London, England ran from July 20 to September 4, 2009. The film was broadcast on HBO in the United States and Canada on May 29, 2010, and was broadcast on BBC Two and BBC HD in the United Kingdom on September 18, 2010. The film is set between the years of 1997 and 2001 and depicts the UK–US Special Relationship between Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair and President of the United States Bill Clinton.

Streaming television

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In 2017 YouTube launched YouTube TV, a streaming service that allows users to watch live television programs from popular cable or network channels, and record shows to stream anywhere, anytime. After 2010 traditional cable and satellite television providers began to offer services such as Sling TV, owned by Dish Network, which was unveiled in January 2015. DirecTV, another satellite television provider launched their own streaming service, DirecTV Now, in 2016. Smart TVs took over the television market after 2010. As of 2015 smart TVs are the only type of middle to high-end television being produced.

The Great Office War

The Great Office War is an online video produced by Runaway Box and originally uploaded on YouTube on June 16, 2008. The short was written and directed by Woody Tondorf, originally made as part of HBO's new media initiative, HBO Labs. As of January 2019, the video has been viewed over 11,222,000 times. In 2009, Funny or Die, in cooperation with Hasbro, produced an official series of comedy sketches titled Nerf on the Job. While not related to this video, the sketches use the same premise of using Nerf blasters in an office environment. It is 4:30 p.m. at a busy office.

Mike Polk

Polk created HBO's Runaway Box / Man in the Box. His work has also appeared on Cinemax and broadcasts of the basketball show "Inside the NBA" on the TNT (TV channel). He sang his YouTube song "One Semester of Spanish - Love Song" for Kim Kardashian on Spanish television channel Telemundo. That video has received over 9.4 million views on YouTube. He thanked his viewers as "Spanish Mike" when the video hit 2 Million views. Some of his other work includes "Ooh Girl!" - An Honest R&B Song"., "The Great Office War", "The Factory of Sadness" and two different versions of a "Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Video" all of which have about 20 million views combined on YouTube.

2017 in stand-up comedy

March 3: Diane Spencer's one-hour special Seamless is released on YouTube. The special was filmed at The Ent Shed in Bedford. March 7: Amy Schumer's one-hour special The Leather Special is released on Netflix. The special was filmed at the Bellco Theatre in Denver. March 9: Fahim Anwar's one-hour special There's No Business Like Show Business is released on Seeso. The special was filmed at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, California. March 10: Brian Posehn's album version of his January 2017 special Posehn 25x2 is released on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play by Comedy Dynamics. March 11: Jerrod Carmichael's one-hour special 8 is released on HBO.

Vice (TV series)

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The first episode aired on HBO on April 5, 2013, and was available for free via YouTube. The series is the first televised program for VICE, featuring Vice staff as correspondents. The show has received both positive and negative reviews because of its unique, provocative presentation and style. Some compare it to a gonzo type of journalism. Maureen Ryan of The Huffington Post wrote a negative review of the show, due to its presentation. Rolling Stone magazine has written that: "It feels a little like your buddy from the bar just happened to be wandering through eastern Afghanistan with a camera crew."

Fahrenheit 451 (2018 film)

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Why 'Fahrenheit 451' Is the Book for Our Social Media Age-article written by the director on NY Times. | Official trailer on YouTube.

Colby Paul

He has also had a small role in 2009 Star Trek movie, as well as various automotive YouTube Series. * Agent's page, including some examples of his work.

Walk (Foo Fighters song)

WalkWalk" (Foo Fighters song)
The music video appeared on YouTube on June 2, 2011. The video, directed by Sam Jones, was the second video released from Wasting Light, and is an homage to Joel Schumacher's 1993 movie Falling Down. In 2011, the video won Best Rock Video at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. Dave Grohl – lead vocals, rhythm guitar. Chris Shiflett – lead guitar. Pat Smear – guitar. Nate Mendel – bass. Taylor Hawkins – drums. Despite not being included on the soundtrack, "Walk" can be heard in the background of the bar scene and in the end credits to the 2011 Marvel superhero film Thor. HBO aired a promo featuring the song to promote their 2011 Summer/Fall programming line up.

Ryan Starr

In 2017 she moved back to Los Angeles and has recently released information on launching a YouTube channel, and a Fashion website site to be released early 2018 and there are talks of her making her long-awaited album slated to begin production end of 2018. "My Religion". "Love Gone Bad" posted on her MySpace. "Stranded" posted on her MySpace. "7am" posted on her MySpace. "Eyes of a Child" posted on her MySpace. "Blue" available on the Curtain Call, Volume 1 compilation. "Broken" available on the Curtain Call, Volume 1 compilation. Starr's former High School spotlights her achievements. Ryan Starr television information at

2012 in American television

The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2012. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and rebrandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.

Carice van Houten

In July 2011, Van Houten was cast as the priestess Melisandre in the second season of HBO's fantasy TV series Game of Thrones. In 2012, Van Houten appeared in Antony and the Johnsons' "Cut the world" video, which was directed by Nabil Elderkin and also starred Willem Dafoe and Marina Abramović. In November 2012, the video for "Particle of Light", the second single from her album, See You on the Ice, debuted on YouTube. It was written by Howe Gelb of Giant Sand. In May 2015, she played Annika Van Houten (Milhouse's cousin) in The Simpsons episode "Let's Go Fly a Coot". She was cast specifically because of her last name. In 2016, she played the role of Leni Riefenstahl in Race.

List of Sony Pictures Television programs

This is a list of television series produced, distributed or owned by Sony Pictures Television, a Sony company.

2010 in American television

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The following is a list of events that affected American television in 2010, a year marked by the usual debuts, cancellations, and continuations of shows; the launches, closures, or rebrandings of channels; but also significant cable/satellite carriage disputes.

Hacking Democracy

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People & Power - Protecting Democracy - 14 Oct 08 - Part 1 follow-up by Hacking Democracy creators Simon Ardizzone & Russell Michaels republished on YouTube by HotLatestNews. People & Power - Protecting Democracy - 14 Oct 08 - Part 2 follow-up by Hacking Democracy creators Simon Ardizzone & Russell Michaels republished on YouTube by HotLatestNews. Program info at HBO. Black Box Voting. Ars's How to Steal an Election by Hacking. Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy. Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy: Diebold Hacking video. County Seeks to Mend Electronic Voting Problems - Daily Californian. Prof Helps Get Voting Machines In State Decertified - Stanford Daily.

Reigns: Game of Thrones

When he pitched the original Reigns to publisher Devolver Digital, Alliot described the game as "Tinder meets Game of Thrones"; Devolver later passed this idea on to HBO, the company behind the Game of Thrones TV series, to agree on a licensing deal. The writing behind Reigns: Game of Thrones was primarily done by Alliot and his wife, Tamara. Leigh Alexander, previously the writer of predecessor Reigns: Her Majesty, provided the writing for the character Cersei Lannister. All writing was worked out in association with HBO to ensure that it stayed true to the original material.

34th Sports Emmy Awards

Namath (HBO/NFL Films). Outstanding Edited Sports Series/Anthology. Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel HBO. Outstanding Studio Show - Weekly. Inside the NFL (Showtime). Outstanding Studio Show - Daily. MLB Tonight (MLB Network). Outstanding Sports Journalism. E:60 - "Beitar Jerusalem" (ESPN). Outstanding Short Feature. NFL Gameday Morning - "Immaculate Remembrance" (NFL Network). Outstanding Long Feature. Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel - "Steve Gleason: Tragic Hero" (HBO). Outstanding Open/Tease. NBA on TNT - "All-Star Game Tease". Outstanding New Approaches Sports Event Coverage. Red Bull Stratos: Space Jump (YouTube). Outstanding New Approaches Sports Programming.

Kat Dennings

Dennings blogged from January 2001 until February 20, 2010, on her website and also transitioned into video blogging on YouTube. Dennings stated to The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles that Judaism "is an important part of my history, but, as a whole, religion is not a part of my life." The article went on to say that she considers herself more ethnically and culturally affiliated than religiously so. In December 2008, Dennings told BlackBook magazine, "I don't drink and I don't smoke and I don't like being around people who do." In 2013, The New York Times reported that Dennings practices Transcendental Meditation. From 2014 to 2016, Dennings dated singer Josh Groban.


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