Fox gives other theaters ticket to restoration

“Atlanta’s Fox Theatre (has) a new initiative to help other historic theaters in Georgia with restoration, programming, fund-raising and community development. The Fox plans to launch its Fox Theatre Institute on Friday at the League of American Historic Theatres conference in Atlanta.”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 17, 2008

No money, no problem for wired classical fans

“A few years ago, just as the classical record industry was screaming toward a market crash — foreshadowing the general decline in pop CDs — the BBC’s classical radio Web site blew open the whole game.”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 13, 2008

NAACP seeks Hollywood boycott of South Carolina film industry

“The NAACP has targeted South Carolina’s film industry as an economic pressure point to force the removal of the Confederate flag from the Statehouse grounds, but a top legislative leader said Tuesday the 2000 compromise won’t be reopened.”

The Greenville News, July 15, 2008

NCSA film dean says state needs 12 new sound stages

“The dean of filmmaking at the N.C. School of the Arts says the state needs 12 new sound stages to successfully compete for films and television business. Jordan Kerner said today that the state needs a plan to build those stages within a year, or else North Carolina is ‘in serious danger of being forgotten’ by the entertainment industry.”

Winston-Salem Journal, July 16, 2008