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Ms. Markle’s father, in particular, has been the focus of a litany of unflattering tabloid reports. The latest: He may not attend the wedding at all.
A robotic sound clip saying either “Yanny” or “Laurel” is baffling the internet, not unlike the 2015 picture of a dress that was either black and blue or white and gold.
The racial and gender discrimination lawsuits, involving 18 current and former employees, came after a reckoning that began in 2016.
The company said it had taken down 865.8 million posts in the first quarter of 2018, the vast majority of them spam, and 583 million fake accounts. There were limited specifics on what was pulled.
Dana Walden and Gary Newman, co-chief executives of the Fox television group, are negotiating extensions of their contracts until the sale to Disney is done, according to people briefed on the talks.
With its ownership in limbo, the network enlists Sean Combs and Ryan Murphy for its presentation at the Beacon Theater in New York
“You can’t just change the image or the stories, you need to change the storytellers,” Ms. Welteroth, a groundbreaking journalist and a former editor in chief of Teen Vogue, said on Monday night.
Seth Meyers provides the zingers to blunt the hype for a network looking to stave off Facebook’s ad-dollar grab.
David Brody has unusual access to the president. In return, Mr. Trump gets a direct line to the evangelical audience he depends on.
Unlike Facebook and Instagram, WhatsApp has received little attention for its influence on voters. But in one Indian state, the messaging service became a prime election tool.
Donald Glover’s track benefited from millions of YouTube streams, but starting next month the formula that determines chart positions will be weighted toward paid streams.
Sailor J’s makeup tutorials double as social commentary.
The National Retail Federation is planning an advertising blitz on “Fox & Friends” to persuade Mr. Trump to back away from his tariffs plan.
A new study suggests that parents think 13 years old is too young to see intense gun violence in movies, which has been rising for some time.
Dropping ratings, especially among young people, and more viewing options mean broadcast TV is in a precarious position as it pitches itself to advertisers.
Some first-year shows surprised in the 2017-18 season, while broadcast networks proved they could still pull big audiences for events like the “60 Minutes” interview with Stormy Daniels.
But it’s not as easy as it used to be. “The viewer is desensitized,” Mr. Darnell says. “It’s much, much, much harder to get people’s attention.”
A day after Fox announced it was canceling the show, the peacock network swooped in and picked it up for 13 episodes.
Viral videos and news coverage have focused attention on something all too familiar. “It’s humiliating and aggravating and upsetting,” a professor says.
As head of the Penguin Group, he weathered threats over the Salman Rushdie novel. Later, with his father, he had success publishing out-of-print books.