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Media, Entertainment Industry Of South India To Double By 2017










The country's largest theater chain, Regal Entertainment (NYSE: RGC ) , is profiting from these elements and more. The company and its investors are set to benefit over the long term from the studios' reliance on megabudget tentpole films, along with improving company-specific operations. Here's why you should take a look at Regal. Earnings recap Fiscal third-quarter revenues grew substantially over the prior year for Regal Entertainment with top-line sales of $813.1 million versus $692.9 million the year before. Adjusted earnings more than doubled -- $0.38 per share as compared to just $0.17 in 2012's third quarter. Both revenue and adjusted EBITDA represented record resultsfor the company, as noted by management in the earnings release. <br>Source: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/10/30/is-regal-entertainment-offering-growth-on-the-chea.aspx







The market is dominated by television at 56 percent, followed by print 28 percent and films 11 percent. "Sectors such as New Media and Radio, though smaller than other mediums, are expected to grow at rates higher than the industry average, given their increasing power of engagement," the report said. Among the states, Tamil Nadu constitutes over one-third of the South Indian media and entertainment industry. The industry in Tamil Nadu is expected to grow at a slightly higher rate than the other states of the region, with all four media platforms expected to grow faster in the state. "All media platforms viz. <br>Source: http://ibnlive.in.com/news/media-entertainment-industry-of-south-india-to-double-by-2017/431394-71-180.html





Plan your week in entertainment



Though the company has been based in New York since Major Malcolm Wheeler -Nicholson founded it as National Allied Publications in 1935, the balance of power in the industry has shifted from Metropolis to Hollywood in recent years. AP Aside from being the original home of Batmans publisher, New York City provided the inspiration for the fictional Gotham City. The bulk of DC Entertainment moved out to Burbank in 2010 to be closer to parent company Warner Bros, and rival Marvel has a studio out on the West Coast, too. Included in this final move are DC's comics division, the view company's Vertigo imprint and MAD magazine. We all smelled it in the air a long time ago, theres such a focus on film and television nowadays, why wouldnt they want the people making the decisions [on the characters] out on the West Coast, says legendary Batman artist Neal Adams. <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/dc-entertainment-comics-arm-leave-gotham-article-1.1500668





DC Comics to Join DC Entertainment in Burbank, Calif.



STORY: DC Entertainment Chief Reveals What's Next for Superman, Wonder Woman and 5 Superheroes Who Deserve Movies (Q&A) DC Entertainment initially moved its multimedia-related offices to Burbank in 2010, a year after the formation of DCE as an entity within the larger Warner Bros. corporation. The move was said to create "a seamless, cohesive unit that will bring even more great characters and content to consumers everywhere" by then-Warner Bros. Pictures president Jeff Robinov. The full text of Nelson's email reads: Dear DCE Team, As I hope you know, I and the entire DCE exec team work hard to offer transparency about kim kardashian and reggie as much ray j of our business plans and results as we possibly and responsibly can. <br>Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/dc-comics-join-dc-entertainment-651599







Holy exit, Batman! DC Entertainment's publishing arm to move from New York City to California



EDT October 28, 2013 What's on tap for the week ahead? Asa Butterfield stars in 'Ender's Game,' in theaters Friday, Nov. 1. (Photo: Summit Entertainment) http://dontefansh.newsvine.com SHARE 4 CONNECT 7 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Busy lives beckon for a personal assistant. But who's got the cash for that? USA TODAY's Olivia Barker plans your entertainment calendar for the upcoming week and highlights pop-culture milestones. <br>Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/2013/10/27/plan-your-week-in-entertainment-oct-27/3178985/



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