News of Note—Amazon, Paramount and Sinclair

news of note

Here are the stories we're following today.

> Amazon filed trademark requests for "Amazon Tube" and "Open Tube," suggesting the company is planning a YouTube competitor. TV Answer Man article

> Paramount has partnered with Bigscreen to offer 3D screenings of "Top Gun" via Bigscreen's virtual reality theater. Release

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> Sinclair, along with Circa Laughs, Medio Pictures Partners, Airplane! writer-director David Zucker and Medio COO Randall Sherman, has been sued for sexual harassment. Hollywood Reporter article

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