More people are tuning out and cutting off their cable, presenting a problem for TV ad buys
The 90th Oscars was this weekend, and it wasn’t shy about its politics
Gossip journalism has always drawn eyes and gained intrigue. Whether a rumor is about a member of a politician’s family, or a regular person who just happened to stumble into overnight Internet fame—journalists pounce on any information they can find in order to get an
The New York Times’ recent TV advertisement that aired during the Academy Awards has received applause and political backlash alike.
The Washington Post, National Geographic, and The Atlantic round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – How to out-Meryl Meryl Streep This fun graphic goes through the various films and talents of Meryl Streep. It’s the perfect way to prep for the Oscars
Cutting the cord with cable has TV viewers turning to on-demand and live streaming video to get their cable content fix. Currently, according to Pew Research Center, “24 [percent] of Americans do not subscribe to cable or satellite TV in their homes.” When it’s broken
The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times round out our top picks for this week. The New York Times – A Ballerina’s Endless Day The New York Times has been producing high-quality 360 degree videos for a