Is Jay-Z’s Tidal Making a Splash in the Streaming Industry?

In March 2015, Jay-Z along with other A-list musicians re-launched Tidal, a lossless audio and high-definition music streaming service. To date, Tidal offers two subscriptions tiers comprised of the “TIDAL premium” tier, where listeners pay $9.99/month for unlimited streaming of songs in high quality without ads, and “TIDAL Hifi,” which provides users the ability to … More Is Jay-Z’s Tidal Making a Splash in the Streaming Industry?

Federal judge in Frozen lawsuit will not ‘Let it Go’

A lawsuit over the trailer to the highly-regarded animated film, Frozen, is causing The Walt Disney Company quite a headache as Disney attempts to get it dismissed. Kelly Wilson, the creator of a short 2D computer-animated film entitled The Snowman, brought the copyright lawsuit in March 2014 with alleging that the Frozen teaser-trailer was substantially similar her film. The bar … More Federal judge in Frozen lawsuit will not ‘Let it Go’

The Joke’s on You, Bill O’Reilly

Amidst the fallout surrounding Indiana’s religious freedom law, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly claims the media’s response to the law has allowed “open season on Christians.” On the segment of the O’Reilly Factor, the host singles out Bill Maher, comedian, host of Real Time with Bill Maher, and producer of Religulous, as having been given … More The Joke’s on You, Bill O’Reilly

Bets Are On

What happens in Las Vegas may soon be happening around the country. I am talking, of course, about sports gambling. Under the current legal scheme, betting on professional sports is illegal in most of the United States, outside of Nevada. After a public endorsement of these practices by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver last year, and … More Bets Are On