Entertainment Industry

The people staying at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station over the winter have an annual tradition of watching “The Thing from Another World (1951)”, “The Thing (1982)”, and “The Thing (2011)” back-to-back after the last plane leaves for the season.

Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station This article is about the United States Antarctic base. For the New Zealand Antarctic base, see Scott Base. The Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station is the United States scientific research station at the South Pole of the Earth. It is the southernmost point under the jurisdiction (not sovereignty) of the United States. …

The people staying at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station over the winter have an annual tradition of watching “The Thing from Another World (1951)”, “The Thing (1982)”, and “The Thing (2011)” back-to-back after the last plane leaves for the season. Read More »

Record Labels hire experts to craft recording contracts in a way that prompt signing artists to give away their music ownership rights forever. It was also discovered that for every $1000 made after record sales, an artist who signed for a major label deal gained as small as $23.40.

Recording contract: Please Don’t Just Sign, Be Careful It’s not a rumor, it’s a fact that an enormous number of musicians are doomed due to lack of knowledge. Record companies don’t play fair, these huge music firms retain people’s ideas through a recording contract. “Whatever ideas you have in your head are not yours they …

Record Labels hire experts to craft recording contracts in a way that prompt signing artists to give away their music ownership rights forever. It was also discovered that for every $1000 made after record sales, an artist who signed for a major label deal gained as small as $23.40. Read More »

On the night that MTV launched, the opening sequence for the network featured footage of the Apollo 11 launch, simply because it was public domain and free to use. It was that opening sequence that connected MTVs image with astronauts, including the Video Music Award “moon man” trophy.

Ever Wondered Why The VMA Statue Is A Moonman? The creator of the iconic trophy speaks to MTV News about the history of the Moonman The Academy Awards has a slim gold “Oscar” figure. The Emmys has a winged woman hoisting an atom. The Golden Globes has a… well… golden globe. And the MTV Video …

On the night that MTV launched, the opening sequence for the network featured footage of the Apollo 11 launch, simply because it was public domain and free to use. It was that opening sequence that connected MTVs image with astronauts, including the Video Music Award “moon man” trophy. Read More »