The album is an antiquated construct that fits the modern era not at all but it sustains because it's the only way artists and labels have figured out how to make money.
March 25 was undoubtedly a stressful day for NBC brass. After several primetime flubs and record-low ratings, the return of “The Voice” to the Peacock’s lineup — with a handful of new coaches, to…
“We’re into this thing a little over an hour. How do you like it so far?” Chris Berman bellowed during the opening portion of ESPN’s NFL draft coverage, traditionally one of the more mystifying…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
There are a number of reasons for the slowdown and we've all heard them: With more choices for entertainment, the target audience (young males) is simply not as movie-oriented.
The superstars of the 65-and-over set are wandering down unexpected paths these days in a determination to keep their creative lives (and income streams) aloft.
There has been a lot of bad, premature, jump-the-gun, alarmist, report-first-sort-out-the-damage-later reporting in the few days since the bomb blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon.
This has been the issue from time immemorial -- TV's great strength (immediacy) and glaring weakness (images without context). TV news operates in these situations without a net, without an editor.
You think you want overnight success, but you really don't. You want the gradual build, you want fans to embrace you, to become invested in you.
Everyone has in essence been turned (sometimes grudgingly) into their own marketing department, cementing a rapport with an audience designed to extend beyond transitory affiliations like network or…
Today's MGM is a corporate anomaly — it's either primed for a moment of rebirth or sitting in a holding pattern.
The first message I ever received from Roger Ebert came nearly 20 years ago, in the form of a reply to a fan letter I'd sent him with little hope of hearing back. At the time, I was a high-school…