HS - Entertainment

Entertainment

  • Heavenly Sword, a PlayStation 3 game
  • Hearth Stone, part of World of Warcraft
  • Headshot; a video game term
  • Hello Saferide, a Swedish band fronted by singer/songwriter Annika Norlin
  • High score, in relation to video games
  • Han Solo, a character from Star Wars
  • Homer Simpson, a fictional character from the television series The Simpsons
  • Head shot in photography
  • Homestuck, a web comic authored by Andrew Hussie
  • HighStreet, a Belgian dance arena in Hoogstraten (Belgium)

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Valiant Comics - History - Valiant Entertainment
... to the Valiant Comics library from Acclaim Entertainment's estate and formed Valiant Entertainment (VE) ... some titles, due to a belief that Acclaim Entertainment had failed to renew the trademarks correctly ... Valiant Entertainment eventually won, with former Valiant Editor-In-Chief Jim Shooter continuing to write new stories for hardcover reprints ...
Jaleco - History - Current Ventures
... North America's division Jaleco Entertainment appears to have gone out of business since at least 2008 ... In 2005, the content of Jaleco Entertainment's website was replaced by a frontpage reading as "Home of Jaleco Entertainment" with no hyperlinks or other webpages ... The front page had the Jaleco Entertainment logo above the "Home of Jaleco Entertainment" implying that Jaleco Entertainment was still in business at the time and was simply ...
Types of Entertainment Law Firms
... There are different types of entertainment law firms, and different types of entertainment practices within law firms ... Not all entertainment lawyers do the same thing for their clients, so as a client, one must identify what he need help with, and from which kind of lawyer to seek assistance ... Generally, there are two different types of entertainment lawyer, just as there are in other areas of law - litigation attorneys and transactional attorneys ...
Entertainment Law - Overview
... Entertainment law covers an area of law which involves media of all types (TV, film, music, publishing, advertising, internet new media, etc.), and ... For film, entertainment attorneys work with the actors agent to finalize the actor's contracts for projects ... After an agent lines up work for a star the entertainment attorney negotiates with the agent and buyer of the actor's talent for compensation and profit participation ...
Entertainment - Electronic Media
1940s, radio was the electronic medium for family entertainment and information ... it was television that was the new medium and it rapidly became global, bringing visual entertainment, first in black and white, then in colour, to the world ... be played electronically, then hand-held devices provided mobile entertainment, and by the last decade of the 20th century, via networked play ...