Three months after taking a stake in Rdio, Cumulus is promoting its partnership with the digital radio platform with a nationwide campaign on Cumulus stations, coinciding with the launch of new
Cumulus station-branded product pages on Rdio.
'Allrecipes' is off to a running start. Just a month after launching the magazine as a print extension of the popular food Web site, Meredith Corp. announced it will raise the rate base for Allrecipes
from 500,000 to 650,000, effective with the April 2014 issue.
DirecTV is expecting its advertising sales to grow quickly over the next three to four years -- specifically due to rapidly expanding addressable advertising efforts. Its CRO estimates business will
grow 30% to 40% in the next few years.
I’ve always felt that the Daily Show should do more financial stuff, and there’s no doubt that Wednesday’s piece on Blackstone was funny. But it was also extremely credulous about a single Bloomberg article from October.
We’ve reached a point, in financial media, where nimble digital companies have finally managed to build up the ability to constitute a real threat to the incumbent giants.
James Franco to Star in Indie Drama ‘The Fixer’ (Exclusive)
James Franco is set to star in “The Fixer,” an indie drama that Franco’s frequent collaborator Ian Olds will direct from a script he co-wrote with Paul Felten, TheWrap has learned.
The project is inspired by Olds’ 2009 documentary “Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi,
“2 Guns” actor Mark Wahlberg makes the transition from movie star to reality TV personality with the upcoming premiere of the A&E show “Wahlburgers,” which hits the airwaves on Jan. 22.
The series follows the Wahlberg clan’s other family business, as Mark, Donnie Wa
“Sons of Anarchy” might be riding into the sunset at the end of its next season, but series creator Kurt Sutter is working on a new project for the drama’s network FX.
Sutter and Brian Grazer are developing a new series, “The Bastard Executioner,” which has received a p
This story appeared in OscarWrap: Director/Best Picture/Screenplay/Animation.
“Captain Phillips,” the true story of Richard Phillips’ abduction by pirates off the coast of East Africa, turned into the hardest project ever for director Paul Greengrass, who knows about challenging sh
Julian Assange predicted bitcoin’s recent rise — and its problems — in 2011
It’s been four years since the launch of bitcoin and not a day goes by that crypto-currency is not mentioned in the tech press. The buzz has gone so mainstream that I regularly field questions about bitcoin from the most non-technical people in my life, many of whom heard about it on TV or rea
A couple of days ago, it looked like Mark Stanley’s “We The People” petition asking for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act would fall well short of the 100,000 signatures needed to trigger a White House response. Despite a bipartisan “Day of Action” las
What’s worse than sending out the worst job application ever? Probably unknowingly hitting up the CEO of a longtime competitor with a stock recruiting message. Well, this has happened. Earlier this week Ragy Thomas, CEO and co-founder of social media management startup Sprinklr, received an in
“Have you ever had to hose the car down [after giving someone a Lyft]?” says Conan O’Brien. “There was one time when one gentleman vomited in the car, so I did have to,” says Lyft driver Anthony Duran. “Who’s sitting in that seat?” says O’Brien.