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AT&T announce cuts to WarnerMedia ahead of streaming service

WarnerMedia is to be restructured by its parent company AT&T Inc., this is in preparation for a streaming service battle with the likes of Netlfix and the forthcoming Disney service.

Review: Ashley Monroe releases stunning music video for 'Wild Love' Special

Country songstress Ashley Monroe is back with a stunning music video for the melodic "Wild Love." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Major record labels selling big chunks of their Spotify stakes

On May 7, 2018, it was announced that major record labels are selling big chunks of their Spotify stakes. Two of these labels include Sony and the Warner Music Group.

Review: Echosmith release high-quality single 'Over My Head' Special

Echosmith continue to be the cool kids in pop music. They just released their new music video for their infectious single "Over My Head."

Facebook scores music licensing deals with all three major labels

Facebook users have a major reason to celebrate. The social network has inked music licensing deals with the three biggest record labels.

Review: Tegan Marie charms on new country single 'Keep It Lit' Special

Rising country songstress Tegan Marie released her new radio single "Keep it Lit" on January 19 via Warner Music Nashville.

Death From Above talks 'Freeze Me' single, Warner Bros. Records Special

Bassist Jesse F. Keeler from the Canadian punk rock band Death From Above chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Freeze Me."

Review: Liam Gallagher delights on new single 'Wall of Glass' Special

Liam Gallagher, the former lead singer of the British rock band Oasis, is back with the music video for his debut solo single "Wall of Glass."

Biffy Clyro to perform in New York in support of 'Ellipsis' album

On May 9, hard rock band Biffy Clyro will be returning to the East Coast due to popular demand. They will be performing at Warsaw in Brooklyn, New York.

Review: Michael Bublé back with charming new album 'Nobody but Me' Special

Grammy winner Michael Bublé is back with his latest studio offering, "Nobody but Me," which was released on October 21 via Warner/Reprise Records.

Interview: Brandy Clark talks about upcoming concerts in New York Special

Grammy-nominated country star Brandy Clark chatted with Digital Journal about her tour dates with award-winning country sensation Chris Stapleton in New York.

Ex-FIFA official Warner faces December extradition case

Saint James - Former FIFA executive Jack Warner will face an extradition hearing in December after authorities in Trinidad and Tobago quashed attempts to have the case against him tossed out, officials said Friday.

Trinidad and Tobago to rule Friday on extraditing FIFA official

Laventille - A Trinidad and Tobago magistrate will rule Friday on whether to extradite former FIFA vice president Jack Warner to face charges linked to the corruption scandal sweeping football's governing body.

Despite FIFA charges Warner still beloved in Trinidad

Saint James - He is a key figure caught up in the middle of football's biggest corruption scandal. But indicted former FIFA vice president Jack Warner is still a wildly popular politician in his native Trinidad.

'San Andreas' cracks open huge win

"San Andreas" shook up the box office and crushed the rest of the field with its win. It did what many films are doing of late - over-achieving with the win.

Three new Harry Potter spin-offs confirmed

Harry Potter fans everywhere will rejoice at Warner Bros’ latest announcement that they plan to release three new spin-off films in the next few years.

Brett Kissel wins two Canadian Country Music Association awards

Edmonton - Country star Brett Kissel had garnered eight nominations at this year's Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) awards.

Sporting KC outplay 10-man TFC but the Reds still earn a point

Sporting Kansas City’s team sheet suggested that Toronto FC were favoured to upset the reigning Major League Soccer champions at Sporting Park.

Former FIFA boss paid millions by Qataris: Report

London - A former senior official of FIFA and his family were paid almost $2 million (£1.2m) from a Qatari firm liked to the Gulf state's successful bid for the 2022 World Cup finals, according to a report in Tuesday's edition of Britain's Daily Telegraph news...

Sony, Warner, Disney drafting $30 at-home film viewing option

Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, and Disney are all in talks with major US cable TV companies to offer movies for as much as $30 per viewing, all in exchange for a shortened post-theater release delay.

Warner Bros. emerges as lead bidder for Midway Games

After filing for bankruptcy, Midway Games is now looking to sell the majority of its assets to Warner Bros. The bid made by Warner exceeds the target sale amount of $30 million set by Midway.

Op-Ed: Climate Security Act Could Cost Americans Nearly $6 Trillion

Think prices are high now? The Climate Security Act, also known as the Lieberman-Warner Bill, could cost American companies nearly $6 Trillion. And consumers will be footing the bill on everything in higher costs from gas and oil to food.

Time Warner to downsize studio

New Line Cinema's parent company, Time Warner Inc, will be absorbed into Warner Bros. Pictures because the studio is struggling. The studio is responsible for the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.

The Laser at the End of the Tunnel: Studios Need to Save the Dying DVD Format

Forget about high-def DVDs. Standard-definition DVDs are losing ground in the U.S., thanks to the Internet and studio complacency. If movies on disc will remain relevant, the film industry needs to take risks by embracing the Web instead of fighting it.

Qtrax File-Sharing Site Facing Problems With Record Labels and Musicians

Qtrax introduced its file-sharing site with much fanfare, as it said it landed a deal with record labels so customers could trade music for free. But now, labels are denying it and individual artists could prove to be a problem for the company.

HBO Enters Online Video Arena Slowly and Cautiously

This week’s careful roll-out of HBO on Broadband is a sign that premium TV networks want to take advantage of the Web. The online video service is a good start but it still needs to iron out some kinks.

Microsoft Considers Backing Blu-ray for Xbox 360 if Consumers Want It

The gaming and home theatre markets may face a seismic shift if Microsoft decides to opt for Blu-ray in its Xbox 360 console. A Microsoft executive hinted recently that the gaming division may ‘consider’ supporting Sony’s Blu-ray technology.

CEO of Warner Music Group Finally Admits "We Were Wrong"

The head of Warner Music Group told a crowd at GSMA Mobile Asia Congress that the music industry made a mistake when they "went to war with consumers" and denied them what they wanted. Finally, a major player in the music industry has admitted it.

Warner Music acquires Microsoft game music rights

Halo, Age of Empires, Fable, and Kameo. all their music are to be owned by warner music.

Warner Music in takeover encore for embattled EMI

EMI Group, the struggling British music company, has said it has received a fresh takeover approach from US rival Warner Music
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The crooked cottage on the Harry Potter outdoor set was incredibly realistic.
The crooked cottage on the Harry Potter outdoor set was incredibly realistic.

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