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By accelerating its plans for direct-to-consumer streaming services, Disney hopes to address Wall Street concerns about growth.
Newsmax and The Blaze are among the outlets that have joined left-leaning critics of the Sinclair Broadcast Group proposal to acquire Tribune Media.
The announcement of the new series comes as ABC prepares to revive the canceled Fox hit “American Idol.”
The president is spending 17 days in New Jersey and New York. A few of our critics weigh in with recommendations of shows to watch (besides the news).
The producers of “The Founding of an Army,” a government-backed epic about the early years of the Chinese military, were attacked online for casting too many dreamy young men.
The new White House press secretary is more understated than her predecessor, Sean Spicer, but she still speaks for a president at war with the media.
The band’s new record debuted at the top with the lowest streaming number for any No. 1 album since Bon Jovi in November 2016.
Ms. Schumer will star in “Meteor Shower” this fall along with Laura Benanti, Keegan-Michael Key and Alan Tudyk.
The new offering, FX+, is a small but significant step for an ad-supported cable network toward competing with larger entertainment rivals like Netflix and HBO.
The promoter Seth Hurwitz has succeeded by creating high-quality venues and catering to artists’ needs. His latest undertaking is no exception.
Characters like Flo, star of 140 Progressive Insurance commercials, can deliver a brand message in a potent way. But they’re not great at evolving.
Annapurna Pictures, founded by Megan Ellison, gambled that a wide audience would embrace “Detroit.” Instead, it earned $7.3 million, good for eighth place.
Funding is flowing into social media, where partisan organizations are specializing in creating viral messages to reach voters.
Mr. Bolling, a longtime host at the network, was accused of sending photographs of male genitalia to at least three female colleagues.
The journalist for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch spent over a month in Cambodia as a captive of the Vietcong, met Pol Pot and published excerpts from the Pentagon Papers.
What worked — and didn’t — for Disney’s coming Broadway show.
Death threats and protests as statements about race and politics go viral.
Mr. Sklar started editing Disneyland’s newspaper as a college student and later oversaw designs of the company’s parks.
A male-dominated magazine that covers a male-dominated industry sets off a social-media hubbub.
Lucasfilm and the Void, a start-up focused on virtual-reality experiences, will open Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire in California and Florida this year.