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Is the Wendy Williams docuseries saving a vulnerable person, or exploiting her?

A new series about the former talkshow host is less of a journalistic exposé and more of a voyeuristic mess

Latest Media & TV

Twist after star allegedly storms off set ​

“Disrespected”: An unexpected new detail has emerged following reports Kelly Rowland abruptly quit a TV hosting, minutes before going to air.

Jon Stewart Returns as ‘The Daily Show’ Host, Roasts Biden, Trump and Himself

On his first night back, he joked about Biden and Trump’s ages—and his own

Tucker Carlson streams interview with Vladimir Putin:

The conservative American journalist has visited Moscow to speak with the Russian leader

New sports streamer will change TV as we know it — and may start an industry fight. Execs tell me what they really think.

A new sports-focused streaming platform could anger pay TV distributors and sports leagues.

​Tucker Carlson drops Putin bombshell ​

There has been speculation over why Tucker Carlson is in Moscow. Now he has revealed why he is there.

Tucker Carlson’s Russia Visit Draws Speculation of Putin Interview

Mr. Carlson would be the first American media figure to land a formal interview with President Vladimir Putin since he invaded Ukraine nearly two years ago.

TikTok may lose Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny and more as licensing dispute grows

Universal Music Group threatens to remove music from social media platform

Universal Music Group Poised to Stop Licensing Music to TikTok

Universal’s current contract with the social-media app is set to expire Wednesday, and no new agreement has been reached.

Justin Timberlake’s Air of Desperation

As a musical guest on SNL, the star’s changed status in the pop-cultural universe was hard to ignore.

LA Times fires 115 journalists in ‘HR zoom webinar’ following union protests

Young journalists of color ‘disproportionately affected’, with many Black, Asian American and Latino staffers laid off, Times guild says

Journalists of color hit hard in seismic L.A. Times layoffs

“The company has reneged on its promises to diversify its ranks since young journalists of color have been disproportionately affected,” the newspaper’s union says.

‘I wasn’t murdered. I’m still alive’: Chris Cuomo isn’t done with TV

Cuomo, fired by CNN in 2021, is now the top-rated host on NewsNation. Despite a much smaller audience with the upstart network, he is still making waves.

Netflix Film Chief Scott Stuber Will Leave to Start New Company

Netflix will now look for a new head of its movie business

Billionaires Wanted to Save the News Industry. They’re Losing a Fortune.

Time magazine, The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times — owned by Marc Benioff, Jeff Bezos, and Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong — are still losing money.

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