After the coffee. Before hoping there's no new Dodgers news today.
The Skinny: The Dodgers are keeping me very busy these days. I guess I shouldn't complain. Better to be a reporter with news to write about than one trying to figure out what to do. Today's roundup includes the latest Dodgers news. Also, some big studios are close to a deal with Kodak to keep the ability to make some movies with actual film.
Daily Dose: Can't help but wonder if the fact that so many Dodgers fans can't see Vin Scully call games this season played any part in the legendary announcer's decision to stick around for one more year. Only
The umpire is mad. Federal Communications Commissioner Tom Wheeler sent a scathing letter to
Old school. Hollywood isn't ready to completely close the door on shooting with film. Although most TV shows and movies are now shot with digital video, some high-powered directors have persuaded the big studios to keep using film for some movies in the years ahead. Several studios, including
Blast from the past. Former Time Warner Chairman and Chief Executive Dick Parsons thinks the bid for the entertainment giant by