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Film industry wants CT’s tax credit moratorium lifted

Alexander Soule |

As “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” begins its new run in Stamford, the motion picture industry is awaiting Connecticut's final answer on another important matter.

ESPN, Comcast ink deal to air new college sports network

Comcast said it has reached an agreement with ESPN to distribute a new college sports network to its Xfinity customer.

Courant parent approves spinoff of print segment

Hartford Courant parent Tribune Co. said its board of directors has approved an Aug. 4 spinoff of its print newspaper arm—Tribune Publishing Co.

Webster announces UConn hoops promotion

UConn's dual championship basketball trophies will be on display at various Webster Bank locations through August, the Waterbury lender announced.

Buckley Broadcasting sells Hartford-area radio stations

Buckley Broadcasting has sold its five Hartford-area radio stations, including 102.9 WDRC FM and AM, to Connoisseur Media, the two announced.

How a colorful illustrator found ad-world success

Joe Hoke opens the front door for a visitor to the office-studio half of his home in Canton's Collinsville section, and steps inside. “Here's what I wanted to show you,'' Hoke says.

CT restaurant delivers wings by drone

The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, which has Connecticut restaurants in Wethersfield and Milford, said it has made the world's first delivery of chicken wings by drone.

Hartford's Back9Network inks DirecTV deal

Hartford golf lifestyle media company Back9Network said it has signed its first TV deal with DirecTV, a major milestone that will put its content in front of a much wider audience in September.

Farmington Bank to co-sponsor Broadway at Bushnell

Farmington Bank has signed a multi-year deal to co-sponsor the Bushnell Broadway series.The bank joins Hartford insurer Travelers in sponsoring the...

CT launches round two of favorite-town promo

For the second year in a row, Connecticut towns can compete for the mantle of “Fan-Favorite Town,” the state’s Office of Tourism said.

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