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Adrienne Hill

These aren’t the best of times for local television stations. More of us are watching our TV on streaming services, like Hulu and Netflix. Fewer of us are tuning in to local news. Still, it looks like there may be a bidding war brewing for the 40-plus stations that make up Tribune Media. Both Sinclair Broadcasting and 21st Century Fox are said to be interested. Why is that?
Vice, perhaps best known for its digital content, is trying its hand at cable TV.
The network will feature “bonus” content on a few shows Monday night — with a catch.
A little celebrity gratitude can go a long and lucrative way on Instagram.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences wants to trim the thank-you list.
Fandango President Paul Yanover said they want “to provide people, soup to nuts, everything you want to have a relationship with movies.”
Why don’t movie theaters sell seats based on demand?
Pandora was music-industry pioneer, but its ad-supported service isn’t paying off.
It’s pilot season in Hollywood – the time of the year when broadcast networks place bets on shows for the fall season.
The Obama administration wants to increase financial aid for full-time students, aiming to help low-income students cross the finish line.
This March, students will take a new SAT. One big reason the SAT is changing is that it has fallen behind its rival admissions test: the ACT.
After decades on public television, “Sesame Street” debuts on HBO’s subscription service, signaling a sea change in children’s television.
In a throwback to the early days of television, the cable company Turner is experimenting with ads that are two or three minutes long.
A look at California’s new law which mandates parity for men and women who do “substantially similar” work.
China wants to be a leader in global entertainment, and they’re nearing a deal to buy a majority stake in Legendary Entertainment.
Which, as future-y as it sounds, isn’t all that far away.
There’s a government agency that uses corporate business practice as its model, resulting in billions of wasted dollars every year.
Japan and South Korea just resolved a dispute over the exploitation of Korean women as sex slaves by Japan’s military during World War II.