Georgia’s economy is rolling, stacked with diverse industries – like a mutual fund neutralizing risk, hedging against forces like inflation, interest rate fluctuations, and other slow down factors. At the core is the state’s investment over the years in the creative and entertainment space – film, digital production, music and gaming.
WABE is presenting the FREE one-of-a-kind community experience in partnership with NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest. The music festival is set for 2–8 p.m. on Sunday, June 25, at Calloway Plaza, Woodruff Arts Center.
Competing in esports is more than about racking up points and wins. For many members of Columbus State University’s esports program, their teammates and the broader competitive environment are their “circle.”
Gray Television, Inc. promoted Sandy Breland from Senior Managing Vice President to the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Sandy succeeded Bob Smith, who recently retired after a long career with Gray in various capacities.
Universal’s Fast X has gotten off the starting blocks with an estimated $319M global opening.
The television star and her family bid adieu to Los Angeles and moved to Georgia, “The rural areas of Georgia have an amazing sense of community we were lacking in L.A.”
Cobb County students learned about different career opportunities in esports, technology and gaming.
Like the esports industry itself, Columbus State University’s esports program has grown as competitive opportunities and the games at the center of those competitions have expanded.
The Legislative Counsel Bureau, the nonpartisan staff serving the legislature, estimates the Nevada Film Studio Infrastructure Act could result in the state awarding nearly $4.9 billion in tax credits between now and 2048.
Riveting’s client list includes Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Drake, DJ Khaled, Chris Brown, Redman, Backstreet Boys, Diddy, Mary J Blige, Post Malone, G-Eazy, Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Usher, others.