“There was a decision made through the company to restructure various departments,” says photography director Brad Smith
Capital city of North Korea says comedy about killing Kim Jong-un not in line with purpose of Berlin Film Festival
“Oh my God, I love you!” says teary-eyed fan Rebekah Bortnicker as she’s given the singer’s check
George Pyne’s new venture — aligned with WPP — is a privately held media, sports, marketing and branded lifestyle company
Darren Sanders, who was part of controversy for Ravens’ failed attempt to obtain elevator footage of Rice knocking out fiancee, charged with fourth-degree sex offense
Thousands of interns working from June 2007 will receive between $700 and $1,900 each
“If you’re going to win big, you have to get in early,” Disney CEO tells magazine
Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Peter King and Colin Powell all weigh in on Sony canceling the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy
New York Times’ David Carr Takes on Conservative Blogger for Publishing Addresses of Times Reporters
Conservative blogger Charles Johnson published addresses of two Ferguson-based Times reporters; Carr strikes back during interview
“When you lie on your deathbed, how will you reflect on your legacy?” asks investor J. Carlo Cannell.
Viral video site’s CEO tells staff if the site passes 200 million unique visitors and 750 million video views in the same month, all employees...
‘September 12′ filmmaker rejects “online panhandling” in favor by raising money for the children of 9/11 victims
With national media in wall-to-wall coverage of the unrest in Ferguson following Darren Wilson’s non-indictment, accusations against Cosby fade from TV
Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff to join upstart multimedia operation as Chief Operating Officer
The online retail giant and book publisher sparred for months over e-book pricing
“We were surrounded by artificial snow and it was about 80 degrees, remembers D’Angelo.
Multimedia company spun off publishing business in the third quarter
NBC News broadcast and NBCNews.com to air 24 stories of children and families affected by Ebola every hour Monday
Aaron Kushner’s media company denies investors claims of mismanagement
With the words “man of the year” eerily resembling Hitler’s moustache over his lips, the magazine writes: “The Russian president became the single greatest threat...
Cable operator increases revenue by 3.8 percent, but profit falls $223.5 million
In second quarter as a separate company, Time Inc. reports $0.41 a share on revenue $821 million
The digital platform featuring articles and video for women buys female blogging site
Total revenues rose less than 1 percent to $364.7 million from $361.7 million
The Times and German publisher Axel Springer Digital Ventures invest 3 million euro — or $3.8 million
Media giant announced splitting of its businesses during Q3’s August; official split to go into effect in mid-2015
The Dallas Morning News will be the first paper to secure the international version starting Sunday
Earlier in the investor presentation, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes vowed to double earnings
‘Me + Her’ Director Joseph Oxford on Life and Death in Cardboard Animation: TheWrap’s ShortList Quickie
The filmmaker talks to TheWrap about what inspired his unique short film and why he now needs “a long break from puppets”