Advertising has always been about the search for perfect targeting data, paving the way for the annihilating power of Google and Facebook.
You'd think that pulling into a gas station and leisurely getting out on foot would tip off the seasoned newsmen at KTLA that you are not in fact the suspect in a police chase. And yet here we are.
The anonymous co-host of "Pardon My Take," the most popular sports podcast in the country, has a loyal following of fans who are desperate to laugh, in a sports world that seems to grow ever more serious.
Coleman-Rayner have a reputation for scandalous snapping — their notoriety sealed by their photographs of Thomas Markle Sr. which caused a pre-royal wedding media firestorm.
Why you should read this 30-year-old book.
The English Royals and marriage are two outdated institutions that should be abolished, but if a girl wants a nice wedding with her friends and family, can we let her have it?
YouTube is scrapping its subscription video service YouTube Red and launching two new subscription services — one for music and video, and another purely for music — which will be distinct from Google's other music-streaming service, Google Play Music. Sound confusing? It is.
Do conservatives have their own viral stars that fall from grace?
The magazine's "Comedy Issue" features interviews from comedy icons like St— wait, what? Is there something wrong? An extra hand? Huh?
Some of these changes represent progress and address the real concerns of team site workers; other changes, like attempting to make clear that unpaid workers shouldn't do the work of paid employees, accidentally or otherwise, look a lot like ass-covering maneuvers.
Stoya, Jiz Lee, Asa Akira and Nikki Darling relate their experiences with diversity and representation in the porn industry.
How did an economics major with a small radio show became one of ESPN's biggest stars?
The world is on fire, and it has gotten oh so mundane. How do we grapple with the madness while still living our lives?
It was an apparent attempt to — wait for it — stave off a "public relations nightmare."
And reporters in DC do.
Journalists covering the alt-right are experiencing the debilitating effects of online harassment and violent imagery.
In five years, online membership service Patreon has attracted two million patrons supporting 100,000 "creators" to the tune of $350m — including nearly $1m a year for rightwing psychologist Jordan Peterson. So what's the secret of its success?
The Fox News host has described his real-estate holdings in compassionate terms, but his property managers have sought court-ordered evictions at twice the statewide rate.
Elaine Lui is a gossip evangelist who believes in its value and power and as a way to better understand ourselves.
One year and nearly 80 million downloads later, Tyler Goodson discusses life after a podcast.
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