After launching industry-specific data lakes for the retail, financial services and healthcare sectors over the past three months, Databricks is launching a solution targeting the media and entertainment (M&E) sector . Now generally available, the M&E Data Lake comes with features specific to industry use cases that the company callsRead More →

Co-founder and CEO of MainEvent Entertainment Group, Solomon Sharpe As COVID-19 containment measures continue to hamper entertainment business in the country, event management and production company Main Event Entertainment Group Limited (MEEG) has said it is ready to organize events in the lucrative entertainment industry as soon as the sectorRead More →

Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie addressing yesterday’s monthly meeting of the Trelawny Municipal Corporation in Falmouth. FALMOUTH, Trelawny – Local Government and Rural Development Minister Desmond McKenzie has revealed that the St Elizabeth event in which at least two people were killed and others hospitalized is one of more thanRead More →

Wondering which internet and media stocks to invest in and which ones to avoid? Here’s what Rosenblatt Securities analyst Barton Crockett recommends for buying and selling. Charter Communications Analyst Barton Crockett initiated coverage of Charter Communications Inc CHTR with a buy rating and price target of $732. “The transition ofRead More →

Although the performance of California’s entertainment and digital media sector fell 3.3% in pandemic-torn 2020, it remains one of the most robust areas of the state’s creative economy, employing nearly one million workers statewide, according to the Otis 2022 from the Otis College of Art and Design. College report onRead More →

Tippet Studio, founded by two-time Oscar-winning artist, animator and filmmaker Phil Tippett, has announced that the studio’s current vice president of creative marketing Corey Rosen has been promoted to executive vice president of creative development. Additionally, June Wang was promoted to director of global customer services. The two will handleRead More →

Members of Saskatchewan’s sports and entertainment sector said the province’s expansion of PST to include admission to events came as a surprise. In the provincial budget released Wednesday, the province announced that the current 6% provincial sales tax (PST) will be expanded to include admission and entertainment fees starting OctoberRead More →

Sony Pictures Television (SPT) plans to introduce some of its most popular formats such as the nine-time Emmy award-winning show “The $100,000 Pyramid”, “Raid The Cage” and “Can’t Touch This”. According to SPT, these three formats are not only loved by global audiences, but also provide an array of brandRead More →

Opposition local government spokeswoman Denise Daley joined calls from stakeholders including Foota Hype and Popcaan for the entertainment sector to reopen. According to Daley, MP for St. Catherine Eastern, despite Jamaica’s low vaccination rate, now is the time to end restrictions on entertainment events. As of Sunday, the Department ofRead More →

Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Desmond McKenzie KINGSTON, Jamaica – Local Government and Rural Development Minister Desmond McKenzie has announced that permission has been granted to the Premier League Clubs Association (PLCA) for Premier League matches to be played with a limited number of spectators , at fourRead More →

After an official speech by Taoiseach Micheál Martin, nearly all of Ireland’s COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, paving the way for concerts to return to the country. In a recently released statement, the Music and Entertainment Association of Ireland (MEAI) welcomed the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and announced its intentionRead More →

A €4 million Music and Entertainment Business Relief Scheme (MEBAS) has been announced for those financially affected by Covid-19. The Minister for Arts and Culture said the scheme would further support performers and individuals in the music sector who have been affected by Covid restrictions. Catherine Martin said MEBAS applicationsRead More →

Despite assurances from the Trinidad and Tobago government on Wednesday that carnival-type activities will be permitted in safe zones and concert-type stagings in 2022, the Trinidad and Tobago Promoters Association has renewed his call on the government to quickly reopen the events and entertainment sector. and safely. In a publishedRead More →

Minister for Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange KINGSTON, Jamaica – Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, announced a special $90 million support package for members of the entertainment, cultural and creative industries. The new J$90 million package is double the originally announced J$40 million.Read More →

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With indoor events reduced to 50% capacity, venues and performers face a tough decision. While we all hoped our days of restrictions were over, the increase in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations has meant more guidelines for the Christmas season. While indoor dining has been hit significantly, with rules capping theRead More →

Northampton, MA – News Direct – International WELL Building Institute In September 2021, the IWBI released a detailed report that outlines specific research approaches and operational strategies as the world continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and braces for serious health threats in the future. . Over the nextRead More →

The NSW government says the Great Southern Nights 2022 live music event is crucial to getting the entertainment industry back on its feet after two years of COVID-19 restrictions. The Great Southern Nights live music initiative is back after the Perrottet government partnered with the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA)Read More →

Saudi promoters such as Benchmark and AK Events have brought big international stars to the local audience. Mariah Carey, the Black Eyed Peas and Enrique Iglesias all happened in the Kingdom, before the COVID-19 outbreak temporarily disrupted public gatherings. The Jeddah-based Makan Music Center, which offers a full range ofRead More →

Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness said financial assistance would be made available to members of the entertainment industry who continue to suffer from COVID-19 containment measures, which have crippled the island sector. Holness made the announcement during a speech at the Jamaican Labor Party (JLP) annual conference on Sunday, NovemberRead More →

A spokesperson for the Music and Entertainment Association of Ireland called directly on the Taoiseach to step in and introduce supports for the industry. On RTÉ’s Drivetime, Matt McGranaghan called for the immediate reinstatement of pandemic unemployment payment, or equivalent support, for those in the music industry who have beenRead More →

Taipei, November 11 (ANC) As the national COVID-19 pandemic situation improves, Taiwan will allow licensed entertainment venues that include hostess services to resume operations from November 16, but l The current level 2 COVID-19 alert will be extended to November 29, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced on Thursday.Read More →

Saint Kitts and Nevis: Government is helping artists in Saint Kitts and Nevis by funding options as authorities continue to ease restrictions implemented last year to stem the spread of COVID virus 19 among the population. Even before the pandemic, artists struggled to access capital from financial institutions and otherRead More →

When Prime Focus Technologies, better known as PFT, was founded in 2008, the media and entertainment (M&E) industry was just beginning its journey of digitalization. At the time, technological solutions specifically designed for M&E were scarce. There was a pressing need for content companies to move to file-based workflows andRead More →

The Taoiseach said he would engage with the entertainment and live music industry tomorrow to “resolve” some issues with the government’s plan to reopen. culminating on RTÉ Six One, Micheal Martin said there are some things that need to be addressed, such as the issue of indoor events having toRead More →

Warner Music Group (WMG) and new entertainment and digital technology company JetSynthesys have joined forces to announce an exclusive strategic partnership. With this association, JetSynthesys becomes the official Indian partner of WMG for everything related to licensing and acquisition of music labels, management of artists, management of events, creation ofRead More →

Outlook September 29, 2021 9:44 PM IST JetSynthesys to invest Rs 200 cr in Indian entertainment sector, signs pact with Warner Music 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 New Delhi, September 29 (PTI) Entertainment and digital technology company JetSynthesys on Wednesday announced that it has formed an exclusive strategic partnershipRead More →

The multinational entertainment and record company conglomerate Warner Music Group and JetSynthesys, the new-age digital and entertainment company, have come together to announce an exclusive strategic partnership. With this association, JetSynthesys becomes the official Indian partner of WMG for everything related to the licensing and acquisition of music labels, artistRead More →

© @PresidencyZA/Twitter.. Vice President David Mabuza launched a mass mobilization campaign at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on September 8, 2021. JOHANNESBURG – Vice President David Mabuza has called on the creative and sports sectors to become the standard bearers in promoting vaccination against COVID-19. Mabuza was speaking at the launchRead More →

Worthless promises and sounding false phrases ring hollow as Health Minister Stephen Donnelly sneakily extends ban on indoor entertainment to 9and of October, with a quick stroke of the pen! Reacting to news of Donnelly signing new regulations banning indoor performances until at least October 9, rural independent band leaderRead More →

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the tech and entertainment industries has now turned into “sissy idols”, “sissy men” and all things “too entertaining”. The measures were outlined in an eight-point plan Thursday by the National Radio and Television Administration. He called for “further regulation of artistic and entertainment performances andRead More →

Live events representatives expressed “anger and frustration” after a meeting this morning with the Taoiseach. Despite weeks of campaigning, groups in the live sector found themselves without a date for the resumption of concerts and musical, artistic and cultural events. includes Taoiseach Micheál Martin said at the meeting thatRead More →

As the pandemic continues, impose severe restrictions on the arts, which is arguably the industry that has suffered the most since Covid-19 made global lockdowns, quarantines and social distancing become the norm. Many Longford performers have been out of work, ineligible for wage subsidies and struggling to make ends meetRead More →

Tipperary Deputy Mattie Mc Grath, who leads the independent rural Dáil group, has called on the government to urgently tackle the looming ‘cliff edge’ situation for many musicians and other live performers in September, who could potentially find themselves without income this winter. Speaking today (Friday 23rd July) from hisRead More →

Jamaica’s two music rights societies, the Jamaica Association of Composers Authors and Publishers (JACAP) and the Jamaica Music Society (JAMMS), have reduced fees by up to 30% on permits and 25% on general licenses. The organizations say this downward adjustment is aimed at prompting the industry to rebound after moreRead More →

Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Hon. Desmond McKenzie, displays a flyer promoting an illegal party, during the December 8 session of the House of Representatives. Photo: Adrian Walker/JIS Jamaica’s Local Government and Rural Development Minister Desmond McKenzie said the entertainment sector would be under heavy scrutiny following aRead More →