HBO And The Film Industry: A Love Stor

The first time that I watched an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, I couldn’t stop laughing for the entire half hour. It was like watching an episode of Seinfeld with no restrictions on the writing or the characters’ actions. Never before had I seen a T.V. show that was so creatively free, and I would […]

HBO and Feature Film-quality TV

Back in the late 1970’s/early 1980’s, HBO became a major enemy of the motion picture industry. This was primarily due to the fact that HBO bought the rights to so many films owned by the studios, using the guise of convenience and lower price of subscription television to deliver the films to their viewers. HBO […]

“Empires of Entertainment”: The War on Studios

HBO, the premium TV network that made its debut in 1972, harbors some of TV’s most groundbreaking and renowned programs. Over the past few years, it has gained even more attraction due to the popularization of shows such as Game of Thrones, and the many additional features that come with the HBO packet, such as […]