“Everything has to come back to the young, urban elite, or we lose who we are. We don’t want to dilute that audience.”
Following years of support of Obama’s media abuses, and celebrating a major media scandal on film, Robert Redford is suddenly worried about press integrity. On the 45th anniversary of the release of “All The President’s Men,” actor/director/activist Robert Redford has expressed some deep concerns about the facts, in the age of Trump. In an op-ed column at the Washington Post – the setting of | Read More
A lot of things puzzle me about the presidency of Donald Trump. But none quite so much as how he went from being one of the most effective media candidates in modern history to one of the most inept media presidents. We are talking about someone who was in a league the last two years with John...
The Susan Rice situation is murky, but one thing that’s crystal clear is that she’s changing her story.
President Trump has called the media corrupt, dishonest, the enemy of the American people. But when the House decided to pull the vote on his health care legislation, some of Trump's first calls were to the media.
BuzzFeed president Greg Coleman is Publishing Executive of the Year at the Digiday Publishing Awards. The company's Tasty vertical also won Best New Vertical /Brand.
From the April 20 edition of This Show Is So Gay With Ken Schneck:
An investigation is now underway after a social media prank that resulted in the suicide and death of an 11-year-old boy. Tysen Benz’s death leaves a dark mark on social media companies' suicide prevention efforts.
Box office might be at record levels, but the film industry is going to sustain these levels, it has to learn to turn the booming millennial social media to its advantage. That’s what Disney distribution chief Dave Hollis conveyed this morning to CinemaCon attendees and exhibitors. Disney’s presentation isn’t until tonight, but Hollis kicked off a series of industry speeches this morning prior to STX’s session.