Daily News Briefing - Thursday, November 12, 2020
Live Events
 How live entertainment venues are attempting to beat COVID-19 with some creative approaches - Fresh Water Cleveland | 06/18/2020
 PRG's SmartXcan Thermal Scanner Helping Entertainment Industry and Businesses Reopen - Markets Insider- Business Insider | 06/17/2020
 Insights by Nikunj Jain on the future of Media and Entertainment Industry - The Numbers - Marketplace from American Public Media | 06/17/2020
 Annecy Film Festival Artistic Director Says Animation Is Thriving as Pandemic Creates Major Challenges for Global Entertainment Business - Times Union | 06/15/2020
 Flipping the Script: A New Game Plan for Media and Entertainment Brands - Adobe Blog | 06/16/2020
Online (Streaming)
 3 Reasons to Sell AMC Entertainment Holdings Stock - The Motley Fool | 06/16/2020
 A return to music: the ‘new normal’ of live entertainment amidst Covid-19 - Hometown News | 06/18/2020
 25 films SIFF offer a complete entertainment in the comfort of your home for children and youth - Breaking U.S News | 06/18/2020
 #entertainment | With New York shut down by coronavirus, artists move haltingly online - | 06/15/2020
 #SocialDistancing: June 18 – 21 – Arts & Entertainment at Home - Baristanet | 06/18/2020
Cable & TV
 Former Viacom Entertainment Group Chief Jonathan Dolgen Talks Resuming Production - The Hollywood Reporter | 06/17/2020
 SAG-AFTRA Outlines New Guidelines as Production Begins Again in the Entertainment Industry - NBC Los Angeles | 06/15/2020
 Entertainment Companies Express Solidarity With Black Lives Matter - National Public Radio | 06/12/2020
 How Black Lives Matter is changing entertainment - Yahoo! News | 06/12/2020
Travel & Tourism
 What phase four could look like for entertainment industries - | 06/16/2020
 Travel, entertainment wait for normalcy as MI slowly reopens - | 06/15/2020
 Disney and Universal Studios Theme Parks, Resorts, and Entertainment Reopening Guides - | 06/15/2020
 Planning for the Future: Travel, Entertainment – Is It Smart to Buy? - Uloop | 06/13/2020
 Dairy Center’s ‘Virtual Vacation Variety Show’ offers entertainment, signature cocktails, curated meals - Boulder | 06/12/2020
Live Events
Fresh Water Cleveland | June 18, 2020
Byline: Conor Morris
Reach: 13.0k

Live music venues in Cleveland, Ohio have yet to open despite the fact that some bars and restaurants opened in late May. Many venus are becoming creative in ways to reach out to their audiences by virtual events and productions.

Markets Insider- Business Insider | June 17, 2020
Reach: 9.1m

Production Resource Group, which is the world's leading provider of entertainment and event technology solutions, is using its innovation and manufacturing capabilities to reopen different public venues by designing a temperature scanner that can be installed in venues, centers and workplaces. It's a portable thermal scanner that provides feedback on up to 700 people per hour.

The Numbers - Marketplace from American Public Media | June 17, 2020
Reach: 16.3k

Nikunj Jain answers the questions on the future of the entertainment industry, one with sectors spanning from movies, music, dance, sports, live events, television, print, and more. While the future is uncertain, it doesn't mean that people will stop consuming the concept of entertainment in any way possible. 

Times Union | June 15, 2020
Reach: 773k

The Annecy International Animation Film Festival had plans to celebrate its 60th Anniversary with a live event prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, they will launch an online edition that runs through June 30th because animation production has not suffered the same levels of employment losses that have hit the live action film industry.

Adobe Blog | June 16, 2020
Reach: 672k

As COVID-19 progresses, many entertainment companies have had to rethink how they deliver content. When it comes to live content, it's heading further in the direction of digitizing during this time. 

Online (Streaming)
The Motley Fool | June 16, 2020
Byline: Will Ebiefung
Reach: 40.8m

Shares of AMC Entertainment have severely decreased in the past few months, due to the coronavirus pandemic. With online streaming competitors such as Netflix, the company faces many long-term challenges.

Hometown News | June 18, 2020
Byline: Dakota Heveron
Reach: 6.4k

With live events slowly becoming normal in some states and cities such as Fort Pierce, the coronavirus pandemic still showcases the afteraffect that some musicians face while having to livestream performaces online. 

Breaking U.S News | June 18, 2020
Reach: 2.9k

As many parents have to face the reality of keeping children inside amidst the pandemic, the the Sharjah International Film Festival for Children & Youth has introduced a selection of films for families to livestream and enjoy right at home. | June 15, 2020

With New York being the home of so much artisitic venues and talent, the pandemic has forced for much if not all of them to move online. As travel and performanced have and continue to be cancelled, many companies such as The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater are beginning to stream performances on YouTube. 

Baristanet | June 18, 2020
Reach: 40.9k

As audiences stay at home to help flatten the curve of the pandemic, here is a list of various arts and entertainment that can be accessed online this week. From live stream music and theater to film and TV, there is a variety of entertainment to enjoy.

Cable & TV
The Hollywood Reporter | June 17, 2020
Byline: Tatiana Siegel
Reach: 13.1m

Film and TV production has been closed for almost three months now due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Los Angeles is seeing the end of it as the production restrictions were lifted on June 11th. Jonathan Dolgen, former chairman of Viacom Entertainment Group talks about how the city is trying to get the entertainment business back up and running. 

NBC Los Angeles | June 15, 2020
Reach: 1.7m

As the California Department of Public Health lifted production restrictions in early June, SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris says going back to set will be far from normal. There are going to be strict procedures in place for those going back to work based on a multi-layered approach to making sets safer. 

National Public Radio | June 12, 2020
Byline: Eric Deggans
Reach: 59.7m

Companies all throughout the entertainment industry such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO are streaming black TV and filmmaking in support of Black Lives Matter. NPR's pop culture critic Linda Holmes provides more insight into the topic. 

Yahoo! News | June 12, 2020
Byline: Aurélie MAYEMBO
Reach: 27.8m

Recently, the Black Lives Matter movement has changed momentum in all aspects. Particularly in the entertainment industry there has been withdrawal of a variety of TV shows such as "Cops" to films such as "Gone With The Wind".

Travel & Tourism | June 16, 2020
Byline: Cassandra Bretl
Reach: 531k

As Rockford, IL begins to go thorugh phase four of reopening, the entertainment industry is begininning to see some changes. Some entertainment centers such as movie theaters and bowling allies will be able to open with health guidelines and capacity limits. | June 15, 2020
Byline: Lynsey Mukomel
Reach: 1.0m

Many in Michigan are ready for a sense of normalcy, but those involved in the entertainment and toursim are being cautious to not open up so quickly. As coronavirus safety protcols are being prepared, tourism experts are unknown as to when bigger events can be rescheduled.  | June 15, 2020
Byline: Laughing Place Disney
Reach: 123k

Large theme parks and vacation destinations such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios are in phases of reopening to tourists. There are many new and enhanced practices and procedures to be aware of prior to visit the parks, as described in this article.

Uloop | June 13, 2020
Byline: Victoria Robertson
Reach: 184k

With rapidly changing times ahead of us, there's a multitude of questions surrounding the decisions to be made for things such as purchasing travel and entertainment gadgets. From national and international travel to concerts and homegoods it's important to understand the factors when purchasing. 

Boulder | June 12, 2020
Byline: Kalene McCort
Reach: 186k

While travel may not be as normal this summer, the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder, Colorado has a variety of performaces to take people on an adventure. The center will hold multiple livestream performaces from various local artists.