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Endeavor Content has acquired the rights to Michael Wolff’s No. 1 best-selling book. But no TV network or film studio is attached to the project.
Don Nash, the show’s executive producer since 2012, will be succeeded by Libby Leist, a veteran producer with deep ties to Washington.
Art museum selfies are getting more personal as visitors seek their doppelgängers in paintings and sculptures. A new feature in a Google app has made the trend explode.
Apple gave us the modern smartphone. Now, it can create a new take on the device by encouraging us to use it more deliberately — and a lot less.
The Awl’s publisher said “a steady decline in direct sales” was to blame. For years, the websites featured intelligent writing on eclectic subjects.
Paramount Network replaces the former home of “Baywatch” reruns with shows that have cinematic roots, like “Heathers” and “Yellowstone.”
The outlet, Rappler, known for confronting the president, was said to have broken ownership rules, but industry groups saw an attack on press freedom.
J. Clifford Hudson is a Democrat who values diversity at his company, Sonic Drive-In. But he knows that some of his franchise owners and their customers may not share his views.
The album got a boost from the Golden Globes, where the film won an award for best original song. Ed Sheeran’s “÷” holds at No. 2.
The British newspaper won a Pulitzer in 2014 and aggressively expanded overseas. But it has had to cut costs as it tries to stem heavy losses.
Persuading travelers to visit the United States didn’t used to be difficult, but things have gotten more complicated. Could marketing help roll out a welcome mat?
The music producer Quincy Jones and the mogul Ron Meyer join Mr. Carter, who is now on ‘garden leave,’ in investing in an Instagram-style app called Zig.
The sequel starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson has now made $283 million domestically, while “The Commuter” saw disappointing totals.
The president said he did not say “I probably have a very good relationship” with the North Korean leader, claiming he said “I’d.” It was difficult to tell from audio clips whether the complaint had merit.
Mr. Jackson was synonymous with Saturday college football for millions of fans through five decades.
The publishing giant is creating a code of conduct for photo shoots, reflecting a new reality in the fashion industry.
Primary Wave, a boutique New York company that aggressively markets “icons and legends”, bought the rights to Marley’s songs in a $50 million deal.
The reported $130,000 payment was made shortly before the election. Mr. Trump “vehemently denies” the encounter happened, his lawyer said.
Facebook faces complex questions over its prioritization of “meaningful” content in the News Feed, including whether people want that kind of content in the first place.
Media executives watch skeptically as Mark Zuckerberg, in a heated political environment, shifts the focus of his site back to the personal.