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British journalist John Cantlie appears with a promise to expose Western media, but viewers must be skeptical of every word he speaks under presumed duress.







Absolut is creating a campaign called “Make the holidays pop” to encourage sales of its vodka, especially a limited-edition bottle similar to one by Andy Warhol.







BMI’s income for its most recent fiscal year represented a 3.5 percent gain from the year before and the most the organization has ever collected.







Belmond, the brand formerly known as Orient-Express Hotels, has resurrected an old-fashioned form of appeal, hoping to tempt rich travelers.







The chief executive of the waste-recycling company TerraCycle tried to balance promotion with entertainment in the reality-television series “Human Resources.”







Once editor of its magazine, she will now oversee all Washington-based content and have authority to hire and fire staff.







A decade after the death of Eddie Adams, does photojournalism risk being supplanted by propaganda or fabricated images?

The updated tablets aim at a variety of audiences: from adults who want to work on their tablets to children.







The stabbing of Palwasha Tokhi adds to a toll that was already the deadliest for the news media in the country since the fall of the Taliban.







Mr. Hammond, who will be only the second regular announcer of the show, is stepping in for Mr. Pardo, who died in August at 96.







In July, the show “Shark Tank” held auditions in three of the smallest markets where it has done so as part of a promotional campaign from the mobile services provider U.S. Cellular.

The new Fox drama “Gotham,” set in Batman’s city when Bruce Wayne was a boy, relies heavily on visual effects to create a setting out of time and place.







“The Secret to Superhuman Strength” by Ms. Bechdel, a new MacArthur fellow, has been sold to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, which plans to publish it in 2017.







“America’s Funniest Home Videos” turns 25, with YouTube a surprising part of its continued success.







A hoax article about a roller-coaster crash opens a window onto the weird world of untrue news.







Mr. Vidra, the general manager for Yahoo News, will become The New Republic’s first-ever chief executive officer on Oct. 13.







The novel, set in a concentration camp, has touched off concerns about sensitivity in Europe, where Mr. Amis’s French and German publishers have rejected it.







Japan may be a perennial early adopter of technologies, but its attachment to the CD puts it sharply at odds with the rest of the global music industry.







The network will end the television calendar year next week ahead of CBS, ABC and Fox among viewers between the ages of 18 and 49.







The author is the journalist Leslie Bennetts, who covers the entertainment industry for Vanity Fair.







Rihanna criticized CBS on Twitter after the network, whose pregame show focused on the Ray Rice story, pulled her song from “Thursday Night Football.”







Under Barry Diller, IAC/InterActiveCorp has been increasing its presence in an online market that has become increasingly crowded.







The move builds on the success of iHeartRadio, which has become central to Clear Channel’s efforts to remake itself as a multiplatform media company.







The star-making system of the future, it turns out, needs the star-making system of the past — or at least a swarm of agents and managers has decided it does.







Mr. Auth was an anchor of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s editorial page, a witty whistle-blower in what he depicted as a complicated and often corrupt culture.







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