Major Lazer, The Weeknd have Spotify’s top summer songs Spotify has named EDM act Major Lazer’s Lean On as the global song of the summer. The thumping, bass-heavy song featuring MX and DJ Snake beat out Jamaican native OMI’s Cheerleader and Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again, featuring Charlie Puth, which were ... 09/4/2015 - 2:21 am | View Link
Starbucks Partners With Spotify for Interconnected Loyalty Programs, In-Store Song Picks Longtime iTunes partner Starbucks today announced a brand new music partnership with music streaming service Spotify. Starbucks members will have access to in-store music within the Starbucks app powered by Spotify, and Spotify users will have ... 05/18/2015 - 1:48 pm | View Link
Spotify Puts Lyrics in Its Desktop App Musixmatch has been available as an add-on Spotify app for some time ... Here’s what it’ll look like: The Spotify desktop player is getting a few other improvements affecting the friend feed and adding viral charts. “New and improved Friend Feed ... 02/26/2015 - 1:02 am | View Link
No Spotify for South Africa (yet) But no. “Hopefully by the next time you see me we’ll have some announcements to make,” he said. Before the company opens up offices in Africa, Bringeus said, it wants to be sure it has the right deals in place with labels and distributors to get ... 11/12/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
Deutsche Telekom opens up on Spotify deal The operator’s first mobile monthly tariff with an integrated Spotify Premium account costs about EUR30, while the music service will be available as an add-on option for approximately EUR10 for Deutsche Telekom’s fixed line and mobile customers by the ... 10/21/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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When The Flash returns on Tuesday, October 6th, Barry's got some nasty obstacles to overcome. In the Season 2 premiere, "The Man Who Saved Central City," a new villain makes a big sinister splash at a very inconvenient time. DC's Atom Smasher - played by former WWE Superstar Adam Copeland - aka Edge - hits the scene during a time when Barry's not really accepting outside help from friends and family.
Even though Shenmue III broke Kickstarter records, ending its campaign with over $6.3 million in funding, series creator Yu Suzuki admits the project could still use more money to fund development.
"Kickstarter's not the only source of money. There's also funding from Sony and Shibuya Productions," Suzuki told Eurogamer in an interview at Tokyo Game Show.
iZombie returns Tuesday night for Season 2 with a ton in motion. The show ended its first season on a notably strong note, with a terrific season finale that found Blaine (David Anders) transformed back into a human, while Liv (Rose McIver) chose to save a dying Major (Robert Buckley) by biting him… only to use her final batch of the zombie cure on him, after he made it clear he wanted no part of her undead life.
With Season 2 here, I sat down with the show’s executive producer and co-showrunner, Diane Ruggiero-Wright, to discuss what’s next for Liv and her friends, family (and estranged friends and family) in Season 2.
Steven Spielberg says he didn’t predict an implosion when he commented on the state of the film industry two years ago.
According to USA Today, while speaking at a press event for his upcoming Cold War drama Bridge of Spies, Spielberg clarified a statement he made in 2013, bemoaning “mega-budgeted movies” and the adverse effect a “big meltdown” would have on the movie industry.