5 Things I Learned About TV’s Future From The Critics Press Tour (NPR)

Noah Hawley (left) and Warren Littlefield, executive producers of the FX series Fargo, speak at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour. Image credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

The voice came from over my shoulder, a shouted greeting in a room crowded with journalists, publicists, network executives, producers and stars.

I tuned to see David Boreanaz, star of the Fox TV show Bones, calling out to me like… [Read more on NPR]

Spotify Aims to Curb Music Piracy With Entrance Into Brazil Market (Latin Post)

NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 11: A Spotify employee walks out of a news conference where Spotify CEO Daniel Ek announced that the online streaming music service will expand to 20 new markets around the world and that it has worked out a deal with Led Zeppelin, which had so far refused to license its catalog for streaming on the service on December 11, 2013 in New York City. The new markets will include a number of countries in Europe and South and Central America and the music service will now allow free streaming to mobile devices. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Piracy in the music industry became a problem with the growth in popularity of the Internet, but one company has been successful in… [Read more on Latin Post]

The future of movies is here, and it’s great (Tampa Bay Times)

The Weinstein Company Snowpiercer became available on video on demand services just two weeks after it was released in theaters.

In a 1987 interview with Omni Magazine, film critic Roger Ebert prophesied that in the not-too-distant future we “will have high-definition, wide-screen television sets and a push-button dialing… [Read more on Tampa Bay Times]