Things That Won't Shake The Media World in 2008
BusinessWeek columnist takes a stab at '08 predictions
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 28, 2007 7:36 PM CST
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(Newser) – Overloaded with prediction lists, Business Week polishes the crystal ball and looks ahead to see what won't happen in the media world  in 2008.

  1. The writers won't win the current strike
  2. DreamWorks isn't going to leave Paramount after all
  3. Apple won't reinvent TV viewing
  4. "Juno" won't win an Oscar
  5. Google won't buy a major media company

  1. Indiana Jones won't be the biggest film of 2008
  2. Katie Couric won't quit
  3. The Disney-Pixar deal won't implode
  4. Fox Business News won't close shop
  5. MGM won't be the first Hollywood studio to be sold