A gift from the president of the museum’s board will allow it to be “more welcoming and more open,” the MOCA director said.
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Behind the scenes of this year’s song contest, the usual political tensions between Israel and Palestinians played out.
Viewers are fleeing for Netflix. The ones who stay are older than the group prized by advertisers. Here’s a look back at the troubled 2018-19 season.
The CBS comedy will finish the season as the most-viewed entertainment show in all of network television.
His critics could be brutal, but he enthralled millions of readers with novels like “The Winds of War,” “The Caine Mutiny” and “Marjorie Morningstar.”
Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won’t solve everything.
The frowning feline whose permanent scowl spoke for all of us in our darkest moments died in the arms of her “mommy” on Tuesday, her family said.
Life got complicated for this scion of a powerful Utah family when he became the publisher of a struggling newspaper.
The digital pinboard company’s stock price tumbled in after-hours trading after its first earnings report as a public company.
The postponed North American shows have been given new dates from June to August.
The newspaper chain’s incumbent board members won re-election on Thursday, staving off an attempt by MediaNews Group to gain influence.
A new chief executive hopes that the TV and movie production business can help overcome significant difficulties elsewhere in the company.
At the gathering after the presentation at Carnegie Hall, well-wishers lined up to greet the head of CBS’s parent company, who hadn’t attended in years.
A judge said that a company that was to finance Woodstock 50 could not unilaterally cancel the festival, but the firm does not have to return the $18 million it had taken back.
A possible merger with Viacom is back in play for the most-watched network, after it was affected by claims of misconduct at its executive wing, news division and prime-time shows.
The media mogul attended the Tony Award-nominated play with an entourage of past and present editors of the British tabloid depicted in it.
A former vocal supporter of Putin, he was also unafraid to challenge the authorities in a career in which he was alternately in and out of favor.
The student-run satirical magazine set off an uproar at Harvard by publishing an image showing the Holocaust victim’s face on the body of a bikini-clad woman.
Citing American’s free speech protections, the administration said it would not endorse the ‘Christchurch Call,’ which urges major online platforms to eradicate violent and extremist content.
Streaming services have revolutionized the discovery of songs, but here’s why Ben Sisario, who covers the music industry, still likes to listen to compact discs.
Dotdash, once known as About.com, plans to scrap the 85-year-old publication’s print edition and keep most of the editorial staff.
The late-night host came through with lines on Shonda Rhimes and Channing Dungey, who left Disney’s ABC for Netflix.
The deal is a potentially crucial deal for the home of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which originally built its audience on shows from NBC, ABC and Fox.
After Disney acquired most of Rupert Murdoch’s entertainment empire, the fourth network goes back to its campy roots.
The network promotes TV veterans (Fran Drescher! Brian Williams!) while noting that it’s pushing back the start date of its streaming service.
After putting three magazines up for sale last year, the publisher strikes a deal said to be worth $35 million. The longtime Golf Digest editor Jerry Tarde will stay.
In a surprise announcement Monday, Fox said the show would end after its next season, months after Jussie Smollett was at the center of a national controversy.
Disney’s acquisition of much of Rupert Murdoch’s empire leaves the network vulnerable. Charlie Collier says he, and the network, are up for the challenge.
Hundreds of thousands of listeners are drawn to the stories of ordinary people on “Gushi FM,” told with an authenticity that’s rare in China’s media landscape.
The so-called upfronts are traditional television’s annual hype-fest, and a way of locking advertisers into lucrative deals. They’re also a reminder of the medium’s continuing relevance.
“Pokémon Detective Pikachu” is the first movie to really compete with “Endgame,” but it still couldn’t unseat the Disney-Marvel behemoth from No. 1.