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In the commercial, a bartender slides a light beer past three black people and into the hands of a fairer-skinned woman.
More than 18 million watched ABC’s reboot of a show that has more than nostalgic appeal.
The Advertising Research Foundation, which gave an award to the research firm last year for its work with data, now says advertisers need to consider the ethics of how consumer data is collected and used.
The cable channel has ended its association with Dan Schneider, the prolific producer behind hit shows like “iCarly,” “Kenan & Kel” and “Henry Danger.”
The right-wing website is taking a cue from one of its foes — the mainstream media — and sponsoring a town-hall event in suburban New Orleans next month.
As the publishing business struggles, independent titles with shoestring budgets and strong points of view are growing.
The CBS show had its best ratings since a 2008 segment with Barack and Michelle Obama — drawing two million more than its 2016 Trump interview.
When the chef Alice Waters deployed her iron egg spoon on “60 Minutes,” she touched off a tempest that still resounds with charges of elitism and sexism.
The company is making deals with Steven Spielberg and other big names. But can it avoid the fate of other tech giants who entered the entertainment business?
Classical music has long had a place in commercials, but now it is being used as more than a jokey device or a signal of sophistication.
To many in the capital, the pornographic film actress has become an unexpected force. But those who know her well view the moment differently.
Internet companies were built on a model in which people gave up their information for free services. Now, that idea is under siege.
The chairman of IAC and husband of Diane von Furstenberg reflects on pornography, philanthropy and the end of Hollywood as we knew it.
At PBS he expanded the “MacNeil/Lehrer Report” and started “Frontline,” but early successes at NBC News were overtaken by cuts imposed by new corporate bosses.
The website said that the bill, which removes protections from liability for facilitating trafficking, made it too risky to maintain its personal ads.
Mark Zuckerberg held a Wednesday meeting with staff, followed by a regularly scheduled meeting on Friday, partly to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Ms. Bowser was one of television’s most prominent newswomen, reporting for CBS and then for the “PBS NewsHour,” covering a wide range of issues.
Mr. Musk deleted the Facebook pages of two of his companies, SpaceX and Tesla. He and the Facebook C.E.O., Mark Zuckerberg, have, er, not always gotten along.
The final season of the FX spy drama has a new asset, the Brooklyn painter Alyssa Monks. And her influence is felt throughout.
Mr. Bolton, the next national security adviser, was a longtime commentator. He’s the latest TV personality to go from the small screen to the White House.