Amazon Studios lures 'Walking Dead' creator Kirkman for TV deal (page 2)

After weeks of speculation over what might be next for SoundCloud, the troubled music streaming service just secured a $170 million investment from the Raine Group and a Singapore-based company called Temasek. It’s also getting two new top executives. Kerry Trainer, former CEO of Vimeo, will replace cofounder and longtime CEO Alex Ljung, who will stay on … Continue reading “SoundCloud gets the investment lifeline it needs to survive—for now” After weeks of speculation over what might be next for SoundCloud, the troubled music streaming service just secured a $170 million investment from the Raine Group and a Singapore-based company called Temasek. It’s also getting two new top executives. Kerry Trainer, former CEO of Vimeo, will replace cofounder and longtime CEO Alex Ljung, who will stay on as chairman of the company’s board. Michael Weissman, formerly Vimeo’s COO, will carry that same title over to SoundCloud as well.Read Full Story

Amazon Studios lures 'Walking Dead' creator Kirkman for TV deal

'Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman and his company Skybound Entertainment have signed a deal with Amazon Studios.        

Fri 11 Aug 17 from USA today

Amazon plans Prime Video shows with ‘Walking Dead’ creator

It looks like we're not finished with deals between comic book creators and online movie studios. Hot on the heels of Netflix announcing its acquisition of Mark Millar's comic ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Engadget

Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman signs deal to develop TV for Amazon

 Amazon has a new overall deal with The Walking Dead comic book series creator Robert Kirkman. Kirkman’s comic provided the inspiration for the hit AMC show of the same name, and ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from TechCrunch

SoundCloud faces do-or-die vote by investors

 SoundCloud will soon collapse if investors don’t vote for a rescue funding round tomorrow. The stumbling music streaming community site had to suddenly lay of 40% of its staff last ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from TechCrunch

SoundCloud gets the investment lifeline it needs to survive—for now

After weeks of speculation over what might be next for SoundCloud, the troubled music streaming service just secured a $170 million investment from the Raine Group and a Singapore-based company ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Fastcompany Tech

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