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    (CNN)Here's a look at the Peabody Awards. The Peabody Awards are presented every spring in recognition of achievements in broadcasting across multiple platforms including radio, television, streaming network programs and websites.FactsApril 13, 2022 - Nominations for the 82nd Annual Peabody Awards are announced.June 21-24, 2021 - The 81st Annual Peabody Awards are announced during a multi-day virtual celebration. The awards are administered by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Georgia.Read MoreThe awards are named after George Foster Peabody, a major benefactor of the University of Georgia. Award submissions are designated as documentary, entertainment, news, children's, educational and public service, but there are no categories for the awards themselves.The entries are from the year before the date of the actual awards. The winners are chosen after review and face-to-face deliberations by the Peabody Board of Jurors, a "distinguished" 18-member panel of TV critics, industry heavyweights and other arts and culture experts.There is no set number of awards given out every year. Timeline1938 - The National Association of Broadcasters forms a committee to create awards for...
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A man who stars on a TV show called “The Bear Whisperer” has been accused of illegally killing a black bear in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park and lying about where it was killed. The U.S. Attorney’s Office filed misdemeanor charges last Friday against Harvey Neil Anthony of Maine and Nature Productions Inc. Anthony goes by the name of Blaine Anthony in the television series he also produces, the Anchorage Daily News reported. An online court records system did not show an attorney listed for Anthony. There was no immediate response to an email seeking comment sent to Nature Productions Inc. on Thursday by The Associated Press. The charging documents said Anthony is the company’s sole shareholder. Hunting is prohibited in the park, which is at the edge of the Kenai Peninsula. Black bears, brown bears, mountain goats and moose are among the wildlife found in the park. Prosecutors alleged that Anthony and Nature Productions Inc. used footage from hunting trips in 2015 and 2017 in episodes of the show, “including footage of two black...
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A film production company is contesting sanctions by New Mexico officials for alleged workplace safety violations on the set of “Rust,” where actor and producer Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer in October, according to filings posted Wednesday by state regulators. Rust Movie Productions is challenging the basis of a $137,000 fine against the company by state occupational safety regulators who say production managers on the set of the Western film failed to follow standard industry protocols for firearms safety. At a ranch on the outskirts of Santa Fe on Oct. 21, 2021, Baldwin was pointing a gun at cinematographer Halyna Hutchins inside a small church during setup for the filming of a scene when it went off, killing Hutchins and wounding the director, Joel Souza. Baldwin said in a December interview with ABC News that he was pointing the gun at Hutchins at her instruction when it went off without his pulling the trigger. “The law properly permits producers to delegate such critical functions as firearm safety to experts in that field and...
    The production company of the ill-fated Rust film is challenging a New Mexico safety agency's findings that found producers 'knew that firearm safety procedures were not being followed on set' of an accidental shooting - and are accusing the agency of being 'out of its depth.' Rust Movie Productions filed a notice of contest Tuesday arguing the New Mexico Environment Department's Occupational Health and Safety Bureau is unequipped to make determinations of safety violations on movie sets. 'The supposed 'fire extinguisher' NMED claims should have been inspected and maintained is not a real fire extinguisher – it is a special effects device used to create fake smoke,' according to the motion. 'The attempt to extend the application of a fire extinguisher regulation to a special effects device shows their misunderstanding of the film industry.' The OHSB released a report in April citing a slew of 'willful and serious' safety violations following a six-month investigation into the circumstances leading up to the accidental October shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza.  Following the report, Rust Movie Productions was fined $136,793,...
    THE Great British Bake Off was given a pasting by Cornish viewers after contestants massacred their traditional pasty. Instead of conventional ingredients, the bakes were filled with smoked haddock or aloo gobi. 4Here's what a real Cornish pasty looks like...Credit: Alamy 4Bake Off contestant Linda Rayfield tried to pass off samosas as a Cornish pasty As well as ditching beef, potato, onion and swede, some contestants abandoned the shortcrust pastry. Linda Rayfield — who was eliminated in the episode — even tried to pass off samosas. Fans of Facebook group Rate My Pasty, which has 11,000 followers, found it all hard to swallow. Neil Clemow fumed: “Can we complain to Ofcom bout this? Blasphemy!!!” Chris Belsher joked: “I hope the marquee catches fire.” Benjamin Dawkins asked: “Anyone got a TV going cheap? Mine’s got a sledge hammer hanging out of it. Going for a lie down.” 4Paul Hollywood didn't look too pleased with Linda's creationCredit: ©Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions 4Linda was eliminated in the episode Credit: ©Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions Most read in TVGREEN WITH ENVY Kim slammed...
    Writers Guild of America East council union suggested that TV and movie productions halt business in pro-life states in the wake of the leak of the U.S. Supreme court’s draft opinion that would overturn the 1973 landmark abortion ruling, Roe v. Wade. On May 5, the Writers Guild of America East council put out a statement insisting that it “condemns the leaked draft” and “reaffirms our commitment to defending all of our members from inequality and discrimination,” Deadline reported. “It is our duty to protect workers’ access to quality medical care including reproductive healthcare, in and out of the workplace,” how having an abortion is a function of a TV or movie production’s “workplace,” the group did not say. The union exclaimed that “fundamental rights” are at risk and then included “marriage equality,” and “legal birth control” despite that there is no threat to at all to either of those issues. WGA West supported its eastern wing with a statement reading, “Women’s rights are human rights, and any laws that ban or limit a woman’s right to choose are dangerous...
    One supporter wrote "Say NO to grooming" on Twitter with a link to the petition, which as of Monday afternoon, had nearly 12,000 signatures. But Howard Lee, President of TLC Streaming and Network Originals, feels much differently. He touted the teenage drag stars' commitments to "being true to themselves and recognizing the importance of living authentically" as an "inspiration." Tyra Banks, too, noted that she has nothing but "admiration and respect" for both the children and their supportive families. "They are bravely navigating coming into their own in a world that can be very challenging and not always accepting. What is so beautiful is seeing their parents and siblings supporting them," Banks said in a statement. "These teens’ laser-focused tenacity inspires my team and me and we are honored to share their stories." "I can’t wait for these popping personalities to show their fierceness to the world," she added. A summary page on Discovery+'s website offers further details on the upcoming series, which will be released in June in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month. The series was also produced...
    MEGHAN MARKLE has had her upcoming animated series Pearl "quietly dumped" by Netflix, it has been claimed. The show, created by the Duchess of Sussex through Archewell Productions, was in the development stage. 1The show, created by the Duchess of Sussex through Archewell Productions, was in the development stageCredit: Getty Pearl - which followed the story of a 12-year-old girl exploring famous women in history - was set to be the production company's first animated series. But it has been binned as part of cutbacks amid a collapse in subscribers to the streaming service, Deadline reported. Meghan worked as executive producer on the show alongside Elton John's husband, David Furnish. Most read in LifestyleCHEAP BUYS Dollar Store's top four most-bought items - and the ones to avoidRIPE CHOICE I'm a Trader Joe's employee - the reason bananas are always only 19 centsSTICKY BUSINESS I'm Walmart worker & we have hidden way of ensuring customers don't stealBAPTISM OF IRE Andrew arrives at grandchild’s christening in £220k Bentley with DOY plate Announcing the launch last summer, Meghan said: "Like many girls her age,...
    FOOTBALL star Odell Beckham Jr. listed his four-bed, seven-bath Ohio home for $3.3million. The 13,800 square foot home includes a game room, a waterslide and a massive, perfectly organized shoe closet that holds hundreds of pairs of sneakers. 8Odell Beckham Jr.'s home includes a massive walk-in closet with hundreds of pairs of shoes 8Beckham Jr. most recently played for the LA Rams in the 2021-2022 NFL seasonCredit: Getty Images - Getty His home in Columbia Station, Ohio is 25 miles from the Cleveland Browns' FirstEnergy Stadium. The home not only includes a game room with a ping-pong and a pool table, but also a theatre room, an outdoor pool and waterslide and a gym with a basketball hoop. The sneaker closet holds hundreds of pairs of shoes, lounge chairs, racks of clothing, and extra space to spare. He also has a skateboard collection on the wall, even though fans aren't sure if he even skates. Read more on footballGRIDIRONS Golf star Paige Spiranac impresses NFL fans with Combine skills ahead of draftFOOTBALL'S BEST Get...
    TRACY (CBS13) – A couple of deputies joined in on the fun of a Punjabi wedding – and it was all captured on video. The celebration was taking place on April 13. Kanda Productions, who was working at the wedding, says the party was going into the 10 p.m. hour when some deputies showed up and reportedly told the group that they had gotten a noise complaint. READ MORE: California's Growth Continued In March Despite Labor ShortageOf course, the partiers agreed to turn down the volume – as long as the deputies agreed to dance with them on one song. READ MORE: Tanker Truck Overturns On Highway 50 In SacramentoAs seen in the video taken by Kanda Productions, one of the deputies happily obliged. The other deputy also joined in, although his dance moves paled in comparison to his partner’s. MORE NEWS: 3 Homes Damaged In Early Morning Fire In MantecaWatch the video taken by Kanda Productions above.
    Getty “Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent’s ex-fiance Randall Emmett is facing a lawsuit over a loan that a production company is claiming he hasn’t repaid. The lawsuit aimed at Emmett and other defendants originated in December 2020 and was vacated earlier this year only to be reopened on March 28, 2022, The Sun revealed this week. The publication reported that it obtained the court documents in a lawsuit filed by production company Potato Eater Productions, LLC. In the filing, the production company claimed that Emmett has been “refusing to pay off a $287K loan” in regards to his new movie, Hair of the Dog. Potato Eater Productions argued that Hair of the Dog, LLC; Emmett Furla Oasis Films, LLC; and Emmett had agreed to pay them the $287,000 by April 20, 2020, but hadn’t done so, The Sun reported. These court documents indicated that Emmett and the other defendants are denying those claims. Heavy reached out to Emmett and to Potato Eater Productions for a comment but did not hear back. Read More From Heavy How You Can...
    NEW YORK (AP) — “CODA,” the Oscar-nominated film about a singing teenage daughter in a deaf family, is being developed as a stage musical by the Los Angeles-based Deaf West Theatre. The project was announced Wednesday by the film’s producers, Vendôme Pictures and Pathé Films, ahead of Sunday’s Academy Awards where “CODA” is in contention for best picture. Sian Heder’s “CODA,” which was acquired for $25 million by Apple TV+ after its Sundance Film Festival debut, was adapted from a 2014 French film. That 2014 film, “La Famille Bélier,” didn’t star deaf actors as the parents, but “CODA” has drawn widespread praise for its authenticity. The cast includes Marlee Matlin, Daniel Durant and the Oscar-nominated Troy Kotsur. “This is an opportunity, then, to bring the story full circle by bringing it back to members of the Deaf community and by making the music accessible through our signed and sung live adaptation of the movie,” said DJ Kurs, artistic director of Deaf West Theatre, in a statement. “It is in the mission of our organization to be the...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- California's film and TV tax credit program brings in some 24 times as much economic activity as it costs the state in tax dollars, according to a new analysis from the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.From 2015 through 2020, the state doled out $1.55 billion in tax credits to television and film productions that met certain requirements. The intent of the program is to prevent productions from leaving California for other states and countries that have cheaper costs and their own tax incentive programs.The EDC's analysis argues California's credits more than paid for themselves."For each single tax credit dollar allocated to the program, total economic activity in the state increases by $24.40," said Bill Allen, president and CEO of the EDC.Allen released the findings at a news conference held on the set of HBO's new "Perry Mason" series set at Warner Bros. in Burbank, joined by several other supporters of the tax credit.The EDC says for every $1 tax credit approved under California's Film and Tax Credit program: Total economic activity in the state will...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council via a video link at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia March 3, 2022.Andrey Gorshkov | Sputnik | Reuters The U.S. cable news network RT America informed its employees that it's halting operations immediately and laying off almost all staff, according to a memo obtained by CNBC. RT America is an English language sister network of RT, the Russian state-owned news channel. It's operated by Russia-backed T&R Productions, which sent a memo Thursday to more than 100 employees informing them their employment will end May 3, 2022, according to a person familiar with the matter. "As a result of unforeseen business interruption events, T&R Productions LLC will be ceasing production and, therefore, must lay off most of its staff who work at all its locations," wrote Misha Solodovnikov, T&R Productions' General Manager, in a note to employees. "We anticipate this lay off will be permanent." DirecTV, the largest U.S. satellite-TV operator, stopped carrying RT America earlier this week — a decision based on Russia's attack on...
    New York (CNN Business)The production company behind the American version of the Russian state-funded network RT laid off most of its entire staff on Thursday, according to a memo obtained by CNN.Misha Solodovnikov, the general manager of the production company, T&R Productions, told staff that it will be "ceasing production" at all of its locations "as a result of unforeseen business interruption events.""Unfortunately, we anticipate this layoff will be permanent, meaning that this will result in the permanent separation from employment of most T&R employees at all locations," Solodovnikov wrote in his memo to employees.The layoffs would mean an effective end to RT America. The network, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's main mouthpieces in the US, was dropped earlier this week by DirecTV. The satellite carrier was one of the two major television providers in the US to carry the network.This is a developing story...
    VIKINGS: Valhalla first premiered in February 2022 and was an instant hit among viewers. Now, many are curious to know more about the stars and what they have previously been in. 12Vikings: Valhalla premiered on February 25, 2022 Who is the cast of Vikings: Valhalla? The cast of Vikings: Valhalla includes: Sam Corlett 12Sam Corlett is Leif ErikssonCredit: Instagram Born April 23, 1995, Sam Corlett, 26, is known as an Australian actor and model who portrays the role of Leif Eriksson. Over the years, he has been seen in a number of productions including The Dry and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Leo Suter 12Leo Suter is Harald SigurdssonCredit: Getty Born September 26, 1993, Leo Suter, 28, is known as an English actor who portrays the role of Harald Sigurdsson. Prior to Vikings: Valhalla, he starred in a number of productions including The Liberator, Clique, Sandition, and Beecham House. more from netflix SPIDEY STREAMING How to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home - streaming release date CONFIRMEDTAKING THE RICK After Life star teases spin-off series...
    JERRY Lewis was known as an American comedian and actor who starred in a number of productions over the years. In February 2022, women started speaking out against the late star, who passed away in 2017, including Hope Holiday who starred alongside him in the 1961 film, The Ladies Man. 2Hope Holiday is an American actressCredit: Getty Who is Hope Holiday? Born November 30, 1930, Holiday, 91, is known as an American actress. Over the years, she has been seen in a number of productions but she is arguably most famously known for her role as Mrs. Margie MacDougall in the 1960 film, The Apartment. Other productions she has been seen in include Raw Force, Space Mutiny, and Texas Lightning. Holiday retired from acting in 1986 after starring in the film Low Blow, where she portrayed the School Head Mistress. What did she say about Jerry Lewis? In February 2022, Holiday, Karen Sharpe, and other women made allegations against Lewis in Vanity Fair's short film, Hollywood Issue. Most read in EntertainmentKEEP CALM & MILAN...
    Soprano Anna Netrebko added to her list of cancellations, withdrawing from a new production of Wagner’s “Lohengrin” at the Metropolitan Opera that is among seven new stagings the company announced Wednesday for its 2022-23 season. Nebrebko scrapped four performances of Verdi’s “Nabucco” at the Vienna State Opera from Nov. 1-12, saying she needed shoulder surgery. The 50-year-old then pulled out of four “Nabucco” performances at London’s Royal Opera from Jan. 14-24, with the company citing travel restrictions in Europe. Netrebko did not respond to a request for comment made through her public relations representative, 21C Media Group. Next season includes seven new-to-the Met productions, the most since 2012-13. Four are originating at the Met and three will move to New York after opening in Europe. The Met, which resumes its season Monday following a scheduled four-week break, lost the entire 2020-21 season because of the pandemic. While attendance was disrupted by the omicron variant, the Met has not missed a performance. Positive tests in the company had been under five per week early in the season but spiked to 70-120...
    A Hollywood prop house has offered a behind-the-scenes look at their 'corner store' — where people working on movies and TV shows can get generic food, drinks, medicine, and other grocery items to film in scenes. ISSprops, a Los Angeles-based prop rental house, shared a peek at the store on TikTok, stunning millions of viewers at close-ups of some of the special brandless props made for movies. The video captures shelves of cereal, beer, wine, candy, condiments, and other items that Hollywood productions can use so they don't have to worry about getting rights for name brands. A Hollywood prop house has offered a behind-the-scenes look at their 'corner store'  It's where people working on movies and TV shows can get generic food, drinks, medicine, and other grocery items to film in scenes ISSprops, a Los Angeles prop rental house, shared a peek at the store on TikTok, stunning millions of viewers at close-ups of some of the special brandless props made for movies There is a huge alcohol selection, including six-packs of Heisler Gold Ale, Cerbeza, El Brazo, and Haver...