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Empire roars back in its second season with a new model for TV
Games have gotten so big that even the State Department recognizes video games as a sport and offers athletic visas.
With declining ratings, falling revenue and an exodus of customers, the industry has shifted its tone.
The best alternatives to the big cable bundle are being offered by cable providers.
Two companies — Expedia and Priceline — now own Kayak, Hotwire, Travelocity and Orbitz.
New study just how bad it’s been for women in TV.
The number of women on and behind the camera is not growing.
YouTube said it will back several projects by YouTube stars.
New research reveals how digital ads are eating into TV ads
A low-budget film that overtly pushes prayer has a big weekend in movie theaters.