Travis Clark, provided by Published 11:43 am CDT, Tuesday, April 16, 2019 The DC Universe streaming service is leading DC's products in positive public sentiment, according to a social-media analysis by Crimson Hexagon. DC's movies were seeing a downward trajectory in positive sentiment for a few years before rebounding recently, which hurt DC's image as a whole. DC's fan-focused streaming platform, DC Universe, has achieved early success since it launched in September, and is leading DC's other products in public sentiment. Streaming is just one piece of DC. Comic books and movies are a major part of the company. Three years ago, DC rebooted its entire comics line under the "DC Rebirth" label, and its movies are experiencing a comeback with "Aquaman" and "Shazam!" after 201 7's "Justice League" underperformed critically and financially. READ MORE: DC Universe is off to a hot start with 3 original TV series that rival Netflix in quality, but it has a big challenge … [Read more...] about The DC Universe streaming service is leading DC’s resurgence in positive fan sentiment, which has rebounded since the all-time low of ‘Suicide Squad’
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Shutdown’s Economic Damage Starts to Pile Up, Threatening an End to Growth Supported by ByJim Tankersley Jan. 15, 2019 WASHINGTON — The partial government shutdown is inflicting far greater damage on the United States economy than previously estimated, the White House acknowledged on Tuesday, as President Trump’s economists doubled projections of how much economic growth is being lost each week the standoff with Democrats continues. The revised estimates from the Council of Economic Advisers show that the shutdown, now in its fourth week, is beginning to have real economic consequences. The analysis, and other projections from outside the White House, suggests that the shutdown has already weighed significantly on growth and could ultimately push the United States economy into a … [Read more...] about Shutdown’s Economic Damage Starts to Pile Up, Threatening an End to Growth
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Economy | Where Government Is a Dirty Word, but Its Checks Pay the Bills The residents of Harlan County, Ky., depend heavily on federal assistance. That hasn’t deterred, and may explain, their swing to Republican voting. Harlan, Ky., the seat of a county with one of the nation's highest rates of dependency on federal benefits. Once a Democratic bastion, the county now votes heavily Republican. Credit Credit Luke Sharrett for The New York Times Supported by ByEduardo Porter Dec. 21, 2018 HARLAN, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin skillfully worked the room at the old courthouse building here in Harlan, one more town-hall meeting in the long campaign toward next year’s election. He deplored the parlous state of a half-mile stretch of U.S. 421 and said $802,000 would be spent to rebuild it. He commiserated with the man who wanted to know … [Read more...] about Where Government Is a Dirty Word, but Its Checks Pay the Bills
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | Investors Are in Retreat, and the Poorest Countries Are Paying for It Supported by ByPeter S. Goodman Dec. 20, 2018 KADI, India — Vikram Singh is accustomed to life under the tyranny of elements he cannot control, from rains that do not fall to insects that tear at his crops. Lately one unchanging trouble is plaguing his family — rising prices. “Everything has gone up,” Mr. Singh laments on a recent afternoon, as his family plucks a meager cotton harvest on their one-acre patch of earth in the Indian state of Gujarat. He rattles off the items that cost more: the lentils that are a staple of his family’s diet; the cotton-oil cakes they feed to their dairy cows. Fertilizer. Diesel fuel for their tractor. Clothing, and school fees for their four children. Across this … [Read more...] about Investors Are in Retreat, and the Poorest Countries Are Paying for It
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Did Big Tech Lie to Congress About Russian Interference? DealBook Supported by Dec. 18, 2018 Good Tuesday morning. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) New discoveries on Russia and the tech giants The Senate Intelligence Committee released two huge reports on Monday that it had commissioned on Russian use of social media to disrupt the 2016 election and more. One is by New Knowledge, a cybersecurity company; the other by Oxford University researchers. Here are some highlights, both about the Russian campaign and about how tech companies have behaved toward the Senate: African-Americans were targeted with relentless propaganda. We’ve heard plenty about Russian attempts to sway Facebook users who were on the political right, led by the Internet Research Agency in … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Did Big Tech Lie to Congress About Russian Interference?