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The media has played a part in reinforcing divergent views of the standoff over the Catalan independence vote.
Mr. Glor, who has been with CBS since 2007, replaces Scott Pelley as the host for the third-rated broadcast nightly newscast.
Colony Capital will no longer provide an immediate financial lifeline, people briefed on the matter said, but the troubled studio still has other options.
The transportation authority said the social benefits of deterring underage drinking outweighed the loss of revenue.
The singer doesn’t have to say a thing to loom over the culture.
Mr. Landesman resigned as publisher of Artforum magazine after nine women said in a lawsuit that he had sexually harassed them at the start of their careers.
The afternoon show thrived before phone screens were more enticing than television screens. Only four weeks into its reboot, the seams are visible, and frayed.
The National Party of New Zealand was ordered to pay $413,000 in damages for a political ad that evoked the rapper’s hit “Lose Yourself.”
Ms. Jensen, who furthered the journalism careers of numerous women, overcame a lot, including a brush with a notorious robbery.
Fox News is handing its 10 p.m. slot to a sharp-tongued friend of President Trump and Steve Bannon.
Koa Beck, a former executive editor of Vogue.com, will lead the site, a prominent platform for commentary and articles on issues affecting women.
Mike Hopkins, who had led the streaming service for four years, will take over a role at Sony Pictures Television that has been vacant for more than a year.
The deputy editor of the prominent station, Echo of Moscow, was assaulted by a knife-wielding man. The station said her injuries were not life threatening.
Needing a ratings boost, the host of “Megyn Kelly Today” targets what she calls a culture of sexual harassment at her former employer.
With Glenn Beck at his side, the former Fox News personality says, ‘I never had any problem with Megyn Kelly.’
One reason we’re just hearing about harassment claims against Harvey Weinstein and Bill O’Reilly has to do with nondisclosure agreements signed by the accusers.
Xerox, in collaboration with the 92nd Street Y, gathered essays from writers like Gary Shteyngart and Joyce Carol Oates to help reinforce its role in the workplace.
Matthew Henick, a onetime teenage ringtone magnate, is leading the company away from popular shorts toward deals with production studios.
Hollywood cleaned its cupboard over the weekend, releasing five new films with limited potential. But Tyler Perry secured his sixth No. 1 opening.
The institution that celebrates journalism is now reckoning with years of financial deficits, partly caused by a news industry in turmoil.