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The nonprofit that helped popularize Smokey Bear and “friends don’t let friends drive drunk” is teaming up with a gun control group to promote safe firearm storage.
Reporters and news assistants in the Washington bureau have developed a series of tactics to manage the trial’s demands.
Officials from the Investigative Committee searched the offices of three news organizations, raising fears of a crackdown on dissent.
The maker of Snapchat said it lost 3 million daily active users in the latest quarter, following similar drops or flattening growth from Facebook and Twitter.
The right-wing conspiracy theorist was defiant, depicting himself as a victim in a war on free speech, as the removal of his content from most social media platforms drastically reduced his audience.
Robert A. Iger, Disney’s chief executive, offered up few specifics about the service, but said its successful introduction would be the company’s “biggest priority” in 2019.
The company, which was owned by the Chernin Group and includes video and streaming offerings, was sold in a deal that values Otter at more than $1 billion.
A resolution by the City Council there was largely meaningless because West Hollywood has no authority over the Walk of Fame, which is in Los Angeles.
The scholars, writing in a recent defamation suit, argued that much of what Mr. Jones of Infowars has said online does not deserve First Amendment safeguards.
A dispute over a talk by the head of a pro-independence political party may test the limits of free speech in the semiautonomous Chinese territory.
The longtime Hollywood executive sees a demand for high-quality bite-size content. Disney, NBC and Alibaba back his plan.
The former editor of Cosmopolitan was one of the company’s top executives. But last week Troy Young became the new president of its magazine division.
Many foreign internet giants are blocked, leaving some young Chinese to wonder what those services even are — and reinforcing Beijing’s ideological control.
“That is why I wanted to work with this brilliant 23-year-old photographer Tyler Mitchell,” she told Vogue for this year’s September issue.
Mr. Lenfest made $1 billion in the cable industry and gave most of it away to arts, education and journalism institutions.
The rapper’s double LP is up to 1.8 billion streams in the United States, but it faces competition next week from Travis Scott’s “Astroworld.”
Ricky Strauss, a successful marketer, has been given oversight of original films and TV shows for Disney’s coming streaming service. Does he have what it takes?
Some residents north of Los Angeles are worried about The Santa Clarita Valley Signal’s priorities after comments and tweets by the Republican couple who bought it.
Top executives have long been enlisted, to very good effect, to star in commercials for their companies. But it can be a fraught strategy, as the troubles at Papa John’s have shown.
“Mission: Impossible — Fallout” was the No. 1 movie in North America for the second weekend in a row, beating Disney’s new Winnie-the-Pooh film.