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The White House calls her show “not fit for broadcast” and criticizes “the left and its media allies” for an “appalling” silence, a day after “Roseanne” was canceled.
A prominent Brazilian sports marketing executive, he admitted bribing soccer officials to buy the media and marketing rights to major tournaments.
Bernie Sanders is holding live-streamed town hall events, while others have started podcasts or even their own local news sites, bypassing traditional media.
Minh Uong, a visual editor at The Times, uses both low- and high-tech tools to create editorial art, but tech does not necessarily make it easier to become a professional illustrator.
In a world where immediate outrage is possible, corporations in trouble do best when they consider “the golden hour” of crisis response. But it’s not always a clear-cut decision.
After the cancellation of her sitcom, she returned to the platform where she had made the statement that led to her downfall.
After Consumer Reports said it could not recommend the car, a software fix addressed a braking issue, and the magazine reversed its judgment.
The sitcom’s staff was heartened by its success, but Roseanne Barr’s volatile Twitter presence soon became a distraction before ultimately ending the show.
21st Century Fox and Disney shareholders are scheduled to vote on the proposed deal simultaneously on July 10. The new timeline puts pressure on Comcast, which is considering an all-cash bid for the Fox assets.
The online game, set for release on June 6, depicts an attacker creeping through school corridors and shooting civilians and SWAT team members.
It started with an attempt by ABC to reach viewers whom executives at the network felt they had ignored. It ended suddenly, after two months of big ratings and (mostly) welcome headlines.
Channing Dungey, who canceled the hit sitcom after its star’s racist tweet, was held up as an example of why diversity in Hollywood’s highest ranks is important.
Ms. Barr has a history of insensitive tweets as well as those that endorse fringe conspiracy theories. Here are some of them.
Ms. Barr cited “The Planet of the Apes” in discussing Valerie Jarrett, a black woman and former adviser to President Barack Obama. ABC Entertainment’s president called it “abhorrent.”
A lawyer wrote that the reporter, who said she was herself harassed by Mr. Freeman, lacked “impartiality and objectivity.” CNN stood by the report.
A new lawsuit suggests that a proposed merger between CBS and Viacom was just step one in a larger plan. It also asserts Ms. Redstone’s control of CBS.
A group led by Wolfgang Tillmans and Rem Koolhaas is discussing how the organization can “be recognized as a force for good, rather than as a faceless bureaucracy.”
In their first extensive interviews, those who treated a former Russian spy and his daughter described fears that their patients would die, and that many more casualties would follow.
With its “Love Yourself: Tear,” the Korean boy band BTS becomes the first K-pop act to reach No. 1 in the album chart, six years after Psy’s song and video “Gangnam Style” brought the style to the American mainstream.
The tech industry is fighting a pending measure that’s even stricter than the recently enacted G.D.P.R. It’s called the ePrivacy Regulation.