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The concert business giant announced that it settled with Songkick for $110 million and an additional undisclosed sum to acquire the company’s technology assets and patents.
Peter Thiel, the tech billionaire, helped run Gawker Media offline. Now he is trying to buy what is left of it.
Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest person and can afford virtually any luxury. But obscurity is no longer among them.
The social network has implemented major changes to the types of posts, videos and photos that appear in your News Feed. Here is what you should expect.
In the next few weeks, you will see fewer viral videos and news articles from media companies, and instead see more posts that include interactions between you and the people you know.
Media outlets took the unusual step of allowing a vulgar word in print and on air after a report that Mr. Trump had used the term to describe African nations and Haiti.
HBO has signed Ronan Farrow, whose reporting in The New Yorker on Harvey Weinstein helped spur a national discussion on sexual misconduct, to a three-year deal.
Ms. Donegan said she created the list for women in the media industry to document what many discussed in private: the names of men to stay away from.
Taha Siddiqui, a reporter and frequent critic of Pakistan’s military, escaped an attack by a dozen men who diverted his car just outside the capital.
The popularity of the book, which chronicles dysfunction in the White House, “foretells President Trump’s political demise,” North Korean state media said.
Eisner, the former Disney chairman, bought Portsmouth F.C., a proud club fallen on hard times, in part by persuading its fan-owners that their club was a fairy tale in the making.
James Rosen, a Washington correspondent, left Fox News last month, and Joel Achenbach, a Washington Post reporter, received a 90-day suspension on Wednesday.
The two journalists, who had been investigating the existence of a mass grave, could face up to 14 years in prison.
The Times reported on a secret effort by Egyptian intelligence to sway public opinion on Jerusalem. Officials say the article hurt national security.
Mark Wahlberg received $1.5 million for reshoots of the kidnapping drama after it cut out the disgraced Spacey. Michelle Williams got just a small per diem.
At a cabinet meeting, the return of the president as press critic, after his legal maneuvers against BuzzFeed and the publisher of Michael Wolff’s book.
Word went out that an article would identify a creator of a list of media industry men accused of sexual harassment. Women urged writers to push back.
In honor of the film “The Post,” an ode to 1970s office wear.
The tirelessly acidic film critic recalls when screens were silver, not small; when actors were stars, not celebrities; and when written opinion wasn’t free.
Life Time has removed cable news stations from the large-screen TVs in its gyms, citing member requests and “our overall healthy way of life philosophy.”