ESPN has the quarterbacks Peyton and Eli Manning. CBS has the slime and SpongeBob allure of Nickelodeon. A boxing upstart even got Trump. For viewers, it’s ever more options beyond just watching the game.
The lush Netflix series chronicling the British royal family took home the four major acting awards as well as best drama. “Ted Lasso” and “Mare of Easttown” also scored numerous wins.
Students are taking things like soap dispensers, fire alarms and bathroom mirrors. TikTok and educators are trying to stop it, but it’s gone viral.
The company has teamed up with Ray-Ban to create glasses that can take photos, record video, answer phone calls and play podcasts.
Twenty years after 9/11, “Loose Change,” a landmark film for conspiracy theorists, still casts a shadow over our information landscape.
Unfamiliar jersey numbers, penalties for anything that seems like trash-talking, gambling everywhere. These changes will incite double takes this season.
With box office numbers way down in the pandemic and streaming numbers hard to come by, the film industry is often unable to determine whether a movie is a hit or a miss.
This summer, three European productions, previously available to American audiences only online, were at last accessible in person.
A brand refresh for TCM, the cable home to countless vintage films, raises questions about its future within an increasingly streaming-centric TV world.
Li Jin, 31, began backing creators years ago. She has raised her own fund to invest in influencer-related start-ups.
One boy’s violent act of retribution raises uncomfortable questions about the world we’ve made for children.
To understand the process of name signing, a Times team turned to people who knew it best.
Video from body cameras, doorbells and cellphones is revealing discrepancies between what police officers report and what actually happened.
A tiny number of doctors have had an outsize influence in spreading false information about Covid-19 and vaccines.
For the first time, scientists in the Seychelles captured footage of one of the hulking reptiles stalking and killing a helpless chick.
The company is the latest digital platform to crack down on such material. The site became a source of income for millions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dhar Mann has built an online video empire on contemporary fables.
The name has come to represent an entitled and belligerent white woman. But what does this narrative say — and elide — about racism and sexism today?
Broadcasting religious worship has played an important role during the pandemic. But it’s had unintended consequences.
The star said making the film available on Disney+ at the same time it opened in theaters “dramatically” lowered box office revenue, which could cost her tens of millions of dollars.
A Jew and a Palestinian sling slurs at each other, giving voice to hidden prejudice with the aim of overcoming it.
The social network is aiming to be a destination for creators and their viral memes. But TikTok and YouTube got there first.
As more Americans return to an office a few days a week, start-ups providing tools for hybrid work are trying to cash in.
In comments still rippling through the network, the reporter Rachel Nichols, who is white, said Maria Taylor, who is Black, earned the job to host 2020 N.B.A. finals coverage because ESPN was “feeling pressure” on diversity.
Known for their pranks, parties and crude humor, the YouTubers are used to getting in trouble. But for them, the backlash is the brand.
The TikTok creator speaks frankly about dating and navigating life in New York City in your early 20s.
This prolific actor may not have been the star of these pictures but he brought a depth that made his time onscreen count.
An exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York documents a brief moment when rogue videographers shot an influential sliver of the music scene.
Individual absorption is the order of the day at two touring spectacles devoted to the painter’s greatest hits.
The Yale School of Medicine said the tone and content of a lecture by Dr. Aruna Khilanani, who has a private practice in New York, were “antithetical to the values of the school.”
For lovers of camp cinema, we offer more options than you can shake a wire hanger at.
A new report details ViacomCBS’s use of a labyrinthine tax shelter to sell rights to its shows and films overseas.
Through videos on YouTube and TikTok that feature their lives, fashions and routines, many Koreans are challenging the idea that such media are a young person’s game.
But he’s not trying to offend anyone with his celebrity impressions.
Un análisis de grabaciones de las recientes manifestaciones en Colombia muestra a oficiales que emplean la fuerza de manera indiscriminada y atroz.
An analysis of visual evidence from recent protests in Colombia shows egregious and indiscriminate use of force by officers toward civilians.
In her first show at Pace, an artist driven by curiosity and a penchant for the absurd tries to understand the world. The results are touching and sometimes hilarious.
Procedures used to be done in secret, but in the post-Kardashian world, transparency is just part of the process.
Amazon will buy MGM. Cool. But why does the tech giant have a streaming video service at all?
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, while diminished, commanded a premium price, with Amazon seeking to bolster its crucial Prime membership offering.
Adam Guettel’s genre-clashing song cycle has taken on many forms. The latest: a starry online mini-series.
The son of Nazi sympathizers sought to separate himself from his parents, but was bogged down by a secretly recorded sex video later in life.
The original video of a baby biting his brother’s finger has drawn nearly 900 million views on the platform since 2007. But now one bidder owns it as a nonfungible token.
The app offers explosive growth for content creators. Gen Z cooks are taking advantage.
The officers involved in Ronald Greene’s death aren’t just a few bad apples. It is the whole tree that is shading the truth.
The Louisiana State Police said Mr. Greene died in 2019 from crashing his S.U.V. during a police chase, but video footage shows troopers shocking, choking and beating him.
An early-morning meeting at a Greenwich Village townhouse, under the watchful eye of Steve McQueen, was part of a monthslong campaign.
Bigger than a planet? Smaller than an atom? Size comparison videos are all the rage and may scratch a very old itch.
Body-camera footage obtained by The Associated Press showed Ronald Greene apologizing and screaming, “I’m scared,” as he was jolted with a stun gun after a high-speed chase in 2019.
The industry was decimated by the pandemic, with theaters shut across the country and new films delayed by Hollywood studios. But now cinemas are ready to fill up their seats again. Will audiences follow?