There’s nothing funny about it: Spanish-language media titan Univision Communications has purchased a minority stake in Onion Inc., the backer of the popular satire and humor site The Onion, part of…
Facebook has teamed with seven media partners — including Vice Media, Disney's Oh My Disney digital division and Electus Digital’s CollegeHumor — to pitch marketers on developing sponsored video…
Like a lot of the funniest satire at the Onion, a serious message often lurks beneath the jokes. So when the humor website published a fake memo Monday from an executive at CNN.com justifying…
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After the New York Times’ website went down Wednesday morning, the newspaper began posting breaking news to its Facebook page and Twitter while attempting to fix the issue. According to the company’s…
Everyone into the crowdfunding pool! With everyone from James Franco to Zach Braff trying to fund their projects via sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, Brendan Fraser has also launched a…
According to authorities, they zeroed in on the "Basic Instinct" star as their prime suspect after an IMDb search helped them realize the actress hasn't been a movie star in almost a decade, which…
Amazon Studios has selected five original series — comedies “Alpha House” and “Betas,” along with kids’ shows “Annebots,” “Creative Galaxy” and “Tumbleaf” — to become full series, available via the…
YouTube has lined up more than 40 comedians, actors and digital comedy producers for its first Comedy Week, a weeklong online event to run May 19-25. There is no advertising opportunity with…
Amazon has settled on six comedy pilots as part of its first slate of original TV programming, including projects from the creators of "Doonesbury" and The Onion.
More proof that the Onion is serious about expanding its TV biz: The humor website has tapped veteran programmer Mitch Semel to serve as its general manager.
Having made a well-deserved name for themselves on the Web, the folks at the Onion are looking to conquer television -- and off to a promising start with "Onion SportsDome."