Nationalist leaders decry scenes in the show “A Suitable Boy” between a Hindu and a Muslim, at a time of rising interfaith conflict and government efforts to control online content.
The announcement that “Wonder Woman 1984” will be released in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day is the clearest sign that streaming is now central to the film industry’s business model.
Actors’ Equity and SAG-AFTRA’s agreement clears the way for more entertainment during the pandemic winter.
Skipping travel this year to stop the spread of Covid-19? Here’s how to digitally reimagine the holiday, from meal prep to after-dinner activities.
The tech giant, which recently gained exclusive rights to the widely beloved “Peanuts” specials, said they would air on public airwaves again this year.
In the digital era, a carefully crafted persona has become more valuable than contest results.
The company has experienced deep losses in its theme park division because of the pandemic, but investors don’t seem to care at the moment.
The K-pop band was accused of putting the cub at risk after the group posted video of its antics at a South Korean zoo.
A viral clip of old-timey French people pelting one another with snowballs perfectly distills our current mayhem. It’s my favorite film of 2020.
To battle false information, YouTube cut its recommendations to fringe channels and instead promoted major networks, especially Fox News.
A generation of young women in Egypt who have found their voice on social media are challenging the old rules that blamed women when they were attacked by men.
Scandalized parents and politicians ushered in warning labels in the 1980s. Now making clean versions of explicit songs means taking advantage of every possible revenue stream.
The company started by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman had a high-profile launch and megawatt Hollywood stars involved but failed to find an audience.
Googling something was all we once did with Google. Now we spend hours a day using its maps, videos, security cameras, email, smartphones and more.
The artist’s first new video in 25 years, on view at the Shed, mines the history of violence against African-Americans.
The move was one of the biggest by Bob Chapek since he became C.E.O. in February.
A video of the encounter showed at least three agents with police vests questioning the jogger, Bena Apreala, in his Boston neighborhood.
The 20-year-old singer and songwriter Bea Kristi’s song “Coffee” has reached millions. Now she’s releasing “Fake It Flowers,” an album that puts a new spin on ’90s alt-rock.
A TikTok video of an Idaho man longboarding to work while chugging cran-raspberry juice and lip-syncing Fleetwood Mac pays unexpected dividends.
TikTok’s top creators are taking “Triller money” to bring their content over to the app.
The new $50 gadget encapsulates a modern quandary: It wants to help you find content to watch. But you have to be willing to share your data.
As the United States and Taiwan draw closer, state propaganda is sending the message that China will go to war if necessary.
Research shows that watching footage of them can make you happier, so here’s a list of round-the-clock camera footage that will bring koalas, penguins and puppies straight to your screen.
Doug DeMuro has a strong following for his giddy videos about exotic and quirky cars. Cars & Bids, his new site, got off to a roaring start.
Anthony Fantano reviews albums and songs on his YouTube channel, The Needle Drop, bringing an old art to a new medium — and perhaps ensuring it has a future.
Stretching the limits of documentary photography, Diana Markosian’s autofictional “Santa Barbara” is the most authentic project of her career.
Robert Chody, the sheriff in Williamson County, is accused of tampering with a video of a fatal 2019 traffic stop made by the crew of a police ride-along program.
Earning money online by selling intimate objects that aren’t obviously sexual (including emotions).
In analyzing footage involving fatalities or accusations of brutality, the Visual Investigations unit pursues the truth, frame by frame.
One man among hundreds of peaceful protesters fired a handgun at police officers in Louisville, Ky. Witnesses caught him on camera.
People experienced outages of services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Meet.
Watching TV news from the past helps me get a grip on the present.
“There is insufficient evidence to prove a crime of negligent or reckless homicide” was committed, the Pima County Attorney’s Office said in a report released Monday.
The WikiLeaks founder’s high-profile case was delayed for months by the coronavirus. Now it is being hobbled by faulty livestreams and other technical issues.
The New York Public Library has acquired Brown’s archive, including 1,200 videotapes that provide an invaluable record of her creative process.
ByteDance’s founder has long urged his employees to think beyond the world’s No. 2 economy, where growth is easing and competition is rising.
The Clayton County Sheriff’s Office said the deputy was terminated for “excessive use of force” after a video showing him pinning and punching Roderick Walker, 26, was circulated widely on social media.
Vanessa Pappas is keeping a focus on the app’s community of creators and users as it deals with pressure from President Trump, Beijing and a possible sale.
Richard Nelson’s profound conclusion to his Zoom-format trilogy about the Apple siblings examines the perils of conversation in 2020.
After months of speculation, one of the world’s most famous video gamers announced his next move.
Viewers are flocking to games during the pandemic, entranced by a charismatic grandmaster and his lightning-fast play.
A congressman posted a manipulated video. That ought to be taken seriously.
The police said a Facebook video found by a mother of her 16-year-old being sexually assaulted while unconscious at a house party in Providence, R.I., had led to charges against eight men.
Six months after ceasing to be working members of the British royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are Hollywood producers.
The Times’s Culture editor has questions. Our critic has answers.
The open house is dead. Long live the open house.
We followed the final moments of a man shot and killed in Portland, Ore., as supporters of President Trump clashed with those protesting police violence.
Footage appears to show a teenager shooting three people during protests in Wisconsin. We tracked his movements that night.
A Russian nuclear energy agency released formerly classified footage of the Soviet Union’s 1961 Tsar Bomba test.
The man, who was not identified, was in serious condition, a spokesman for the Kenosha Police Department said.