Hollywood power is in flux, as traditional broadcast and cable networks, which for decades shaped popular culture, try to keep up with technology companiesIn Hollywood, the screenwriter William Goldman once observed, nobody knows anything. But that was before technology companies rolled in sure of one thing: to conquer television you
Journalists from US and international media networks sought out the storm for their viewers benefitEvacuate or stay indoors was the general advice given to Floridas residents ahead of Hurricane Irma. Many packed up their cars or sought refuge at home but, there was one particular group of people who remained.
The Wire creator talks about his new TV drama, The Deuce, which examines the porn industrys impact on US societyAmid rows of houses and a sprinkling of bars, coffee shops, convenience stores and restaurants in Riverside, an unpretentious corner of Baltimore, one building stands out: a redbrick townhouse that was
From menstruation to masturbation, no topic is off limits for a candid online activist who has established a big following in culturally conservative CambodiaA presenter is standing in front of a white sheet with splashes of pink, signifying blood. The woman, A Dose of Cath. We have been conditioned to
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Social media content painting a positive picture of risky Mediterranean sea crossings is removed after Guardian highlights nature of materialFacebook has removed several posts made by people smugglers openly advertising to attract migrants seeking passage to Europe. Written in Arabic, many of the posts were accompanied by videos and testimonials
The Guardian interviewed 9 people at the presidents rally in Phoenix about why they voted for him, how they rate his first months in office and what they think of his response to the deadly clashes in Charlottesville, VirginiaSylvia Allen, 70, former property saleswoman, now an Arizona state senator
Virtually Dating" is a five-episode series produced by Cond Nast Entertainment.Image: conde nast entertainmentFor all of Facebook's big talk about video, it was still just part of the almighty News Feed. Publishers hoping to capture a moment of a user's attention looked for thumb-stopping moments, which gave rise to