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Veteran indie publicist Reid Rosefelt is launching a site called SpeedCine, which will launch in July as a database of all the movies that are legally available for viewing online. This will be a great resource for anyone who has moral issues with the so-called "free" content that the internet makes available.

Until then, Reid is blogging about the industry. He's a fount of information on the movie business, and a great writer as well. So if you like to read about Hollywood and Indiewood, check out his blog here.

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Posted:April 28, 2009 at 1:55PM
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