This is another feather in Netflix’s cap and proof it might be more and more attractive a platform than traditional networks or cable, especially considering Barris had three years left on his contract with ABC that he cut short weeks ago — ostensibly, so he could join the streaming titan. Details were scarce, according to Vanity Fair, but Barris will remain executive producer of his ABC shows while producing new series for Netflix. It might be awhile before we hear what he’ll be making — it was almost a year before we learned in July that Shonda Rhimes and her production company had eight shows lined up for Netflix.
Finding all the articles that are of interest to you when a publication puts out hundreds of articles a day can be a challenge. That’s why The New York Times unveiled a new section of its iOS app called Your Feed. It gives users the option to follow one of 24 channels, such as “From […]
According to a report over at Motherboard, the organizers of The International 2018 took Peru’s Thunder Predator team out of the running when they found that one team member used a Razer Synapse 3 mouse with pre-set macros added in. The cheating was discovered when player Atún was able to teleport several character clones at […]
PricewaterhouseCoopers, a government-approved privacy monitor, discovered Facebook’s failure to keep a close eye on its hardware partners way back in 2013. The auditor’s report was never disclosed in full to the public, though, and the lack of data oversight on Facebook’s part was only revealed in a letter to Senator Ron Wyden in October. In […]