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  1. Doodle 4 Google 2014 Contest has Begun

    Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, film directors of movies such as 2012’s "21 Jump Street" remake "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place. This is the thought occupying many young minds right now.

  2. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    Feature your product; for example, film a score in jelly beans or write out your hashtag in dancing Wheat Thins. We have the advance notice – now's the time to film real chili peppers re-creating the Red Hot Chili Peppers' halftime act and...

  3. Google, Bing, Yahoo Ordered by French Court to Block Video Streaming Sites

    La Fédération Nationale des Distributeurs de Films, Syndicat de l’Edition Vidéo Numérique, the Union of Film Producer and the Union of Independent Producers also joined the fight. Typically, Google gets pirated content sites out of the search index...

  4. Visual PR Secrets: Content Power Tips and Social Publishing Trends

    Draw something and film it on vine. Oh, and make sure it's in a mobile-friendly "to go" cup! Editorialized, Fresh, Newsworthy We're in the dawn of brand journalism, a time when visual storytelling is paramount for social media success and overall...

  5. How People Search For Movies on Google Predicts Box Office Revenues [Study]

    In seven days before the opening, if a film has more search queries and more paid clicks than a similar film, it is expected to bring in more revenue. Who doesn't love a good movie? Searches on Google tell us that moviegoers are actively engaged in...

  6. Yandex: Queries Now Influence Search Results, Suggestions 'Within Seconds'

    The search engine can figure out whether a person is looking for a book or a film even if they haven’t finished typing [The Great Gatsby] in the search box, for example. Yandex has now rolled out their second-generation personalized search program.

  7. Saul Bass Google Logo Celebrates Master of Movie Title Sequences

    From the outset I wanted to celebrate a number of his film credits in succinct succession, as well as a nod in the direction of his poster work. Film rights can be problematic so I wasn't completely sure of the order of cutting, but as it turned...