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HBO vs. Netflix – Who Wins? We Do

If you’ve been keeping up with entertainment news as of late, the fight for subscribers between HBO and Netflix has been taken to another level as according to this article, Netflix has surpassed HBO for the first time in subscriber revenue. Truth told, I’m surprised this hasn’t happened a…

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Centralization is Beautiful

I’m going to jump the gun a bit and talk about something I haven’t shown yet to the rest of the public. Let me give you the backstory. We were in a staff meeting and someone made the comment about how “centralization is beautiful” and I immediately had to write that down. I didn’t know…

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Camp Reel Stories Helps Today’s Girls Become Tomorrow’s Media Creators

Guest blog by Molly Celaschi The numbers were dire- 6% were directors, 25% were producers, 17% were editors, and only 12% were game developers. Those were just a handful of the low percentages of women employed behind the scenes in media last year. To say women are severely underrepresented in all…

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SeagateCreative Interview with Bruce Donnelly of Lost Boy Productions/DKR Films

We had a chance to chat with Bruce Donnelly from Lost Boy Productions/DKR Films about their documentary Alumbrones Alumbrones is a documentary feature about life in Cuba, seen through the eyes of local artists.  From the troubled “Special Period,” following the collapse of the Soviet…

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SeagateCreative Interviews Director Jessica Cameron

Jessica Cameron was born and raised in Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada and moved to Toronto to study fashion at Ryerson University. After finishing her degree she moved to Ohio to work as a fashion designer and in her spare time she decided to try an acting class. The acting bug bit, and Jessica…

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Isn’t It Great to Have Options?

Coffee or Tea? iPhone or Android? McDonald’s or…actually anything with a bit more je ne said quoi applies here. It’s great to have options because not only does it help the general economy thrive, but it also allows you to make your selection for a product based as much on what you need as…

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Never Doubt Your Creative Spirit

Creativity is hard. Ok, maybe not for everyone. But for most people, it’s work. You want to be clever. You want to inspire. You want to fill a void in your life that can only be filled by making something from nothing. Be it art, prose, music, film or even a business venture – the [...]

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Sometimes You Have to Look Back to Look Forward

I sat here looking at this blank document for a long time. I won’t say exactly how long in case the boss is reading, but suffice to say, I was struggling with a writer’s block. So I did what I normally do and web surfed a bit for inspiration and stumbled upon a Twitter tool [...]

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Need More Space for your SXSW Experience?

By the time you’re reading this, South by Southwest is in full swing and Seagate’s all over Austin — not just at the Convention Center on Cesar Chavez, but powering Daytrotter’s recording sessions at Good Danny’s studio house on 3rd Street, and throwing down massive loud music…

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Everything You Wanted to Know About The Oscars…

…in one handy graphic! It’s that time again where Ellen DeGeneres will once again host the 86th Academy Awards.  Can you believe it? Eighty-six years of cinematic history.  No wonder it’s such a prestigious honor to win that shiny gold statue. It has heritage, legacy, and prestige. In…

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