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After 16 years as editor in chief of Glamour, Cindi Leive is definitely not leaving her job to spend more time with her family.
Mr. Noah, who succeeded Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” will remain the host of that topical satire program and will produce annual year-end specials.
The social network, which hopes video will become an increasingly part of its business, said it would limit ads from appearing on unsuitable content.
The network is in discussions with Ms. Ingraham, a right-wing commentator, and could move Mr. Hannity into direct competition with Rachel Maddow of MSNBC.
Ms. Gibbs, the first woman to lead the magazine, said she would stay at Time Inc. through the end of the year to help with the transition.
A detailed review by competition regulators would delay the $15 billion acquisition by 21st Century Fox and cast further uncertainty over the proposed deal.
Apple’s annual program is an odd streaming TV event: an extended commercial that the faithful watch willingly.
The “Project Runway” judge takes her following to the helm of the Hearst magazine.
A new three-year contract means Mr. Oliver’s weekly show “Last Week Tonight” will be on HBO through at least the next presidential election.
Through characters like Wolverine and Swamp Thing, he helped bring a new depth to his art form.
The band’s first studio album in seven years, “American Dream,” debuted at the top of the chart with only 6.3 million streams.
The shows each won multiple Creative Arts Emmy awards, which were given out last weekend.
Television correspondents are standing out in the storm as Hurricane Irma lashes Florida. Is that necessary? Reporters say better them than you.
Branding and marketing experts are helping groups explain their aims more clearly and connect with potential supporters on an emotional basis.
The Stephen King adaptation arrived to $117.2 million in weekend ticket sales in North America, smashing predictions and ending an alarming Hollywood slump.
As the storied alt-weekly prepared to end its print edition, some alums gathered. They hugged, they cried, they groused.
In the network’s Atlanta newsroom, there is free pizza, lots of energy and scant mention of climate change.
A federal judge said that the song’s adaptation from an older work, including changing “will” to “shall,” was not original enough for protection.
The longtime host was accused of sending inappropriate messages to three female colleagues. He is the latest network personality to be forced out.
The 20-year-old YouTube megastar is mining a summer of controversy to build a social media empire.