Media and Adv
Aggiornato: 3 ore 11 min fa
Lethargic new movies, pay-per-view competition and Hurricane Harvey made for a terrible weekend at the box office. “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” stayed at No. 1.
The Buenos Aires Herald, which exposed abuse during the 1976-83 military dictatorship, published its final edition last month.
Mr. Nye said in a lawsuit that he was deprived of $9 million in profits from his children’s show, “Bill Nye the Science Guy.”
The subscription service for movie tickets gained over 150,000 users after slashing its price, but a leading chain said it is “not welcome here.”
The success of Rodan & Fields, maker of Lash Boost, shows that people can be persuaded to buy all kinds of products based on friends’ testimonials.
Patty Jenkins, the director of the film, spoke out against Mr. Cameron’s charges of objectification.
The chief executive of an ad agency says leaders have to focus on making their teams better. Droga5 has done advertising work for The New York Times.
OKCupid and other dating sites are the latest tech companies to ban extremists.
Mr. Ramirez reached more than 200 radio stations over 72 years, the last 24 announcing Miami Marlins games.
Fifty years ago, only one afternoon paper was left in New York City. The Times thought it could fill the void with something sophisticated and bright.
With the disruption of cable and broadcast distribution, the company is betting that a direct-to-consumer model will be a new path to revenue growth.
An aide to Robert F. Kennedy, he later led the editorial page and the Sunday magazine at The New York Times.
The promotion for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will involve an augmented reality event spread across some 20,000 stores in 30 countries.
As the president’s attacks on the media become more strident, worries rise that reporters are being put at risk of violence.
A decision that a broadcaster who shares a name with a Confederate general should not call a Virginia game in Charlottesville has been met with criticism.
As consumer packaged goods companies cut advertising spending, WPP said it expected net sales for the year would be flat to up 1 percent.
The president’s angry condemnation during a campaign-style rally heightened the fear that verbal attacks on the press could lead to physical attacks.
In internal emails, Gerard Baker described the draft of an article about the president’s rally in Phoenix as “commentary dressed up as news reporting.”
There are similarities between how Islamists and white nationalists operate online, researchers said. Those can be used to limit recruitment’s reach.
The network said Mr. Lee, who shares a name with a Confederate general, would cover another football game on Sept. 2 instead of the University of Virginia game.