Gregg Segal tells us what it was like to take these absolutely bananas photos.
In 2019, it is not uncommon to see major accounts — like Netflix, MTV, and HBO — posting to social media in a casual tone. But when did they decide to use "I"? And why is it so effective?
Prolonged exposure to the New Yorker writer's anti-Trump "satire" might turn you into a Republican.
It's 2019, and appearing to have friends is more important than actually having friends.
How an archaeological discovery involving lapis lazuli and an 11th-century skeleton turned into an online drama.
How content-management systems will shape the future of media businesses big and small.
A video editor at Q13 Seattle, a Fox-affiliated station, decided to take some creative liberties with Trump's national address — and, folks, it is so good. Good enough to lose a job over.
After decades trying to convince an anti-gay mainstream that she's a relatable person — gay, but "just like you" — Ellen ended up in a prison of her own making.
Germany's top news magazine reckons with a star reporter's brazen lies in the age of fake news.
A scathing takedown can be cathartic, thrill-inducing, or necessary — sometimes all at once. But with the collapse of monoculture and the rise of social media, the critiquing game has changed. Have reviews gotten harsher? Softer? Writers from Pitchfork, The New York Times, and others reflect.
A Google Alert on my name has helped me wring the compulsion to "stay informed."
Here’s the thing about my story’s second life as an Internet Sensation: its status as fiction had largely got lost.
And the finding holds true across party lines
A few years ago, I went to a new physician for a checkup. She ran through the list of questions that doctors like to ask...
Back in 2008, the financial crisis kicked off a bloodbath for the media industry. Now, with the axe falling yet again at once-thriving outlets, a trip down memory lane. I blithely ignored the first…
In which John describes what he has (and hasn't) learned in his first month away from his twitter, reddit, instagram, and facebook. Crash Course Navigating D...
Five advice columnists on the letters they'll never forget, whether they give advice to friends/family, how to get them to actually answer your letter, and so much more.
The president of CBS News, David Rhodes, is stepping down and will give way to the CBS producer and documentary-maker. Zirinsky will be the first woman to head CBS News.
Will Shortz’s occasional tin ear, especially on race and gender issues, has increasingly come under fire.
Back in the mid-'90s, Trump was a nearly bankrupt grifter who fell in love — with a beachfront resort.
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