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How to watch movies available to rent much earlier than expected as theaters shut down due to coronavirus

As movie theaters have closed due to coronavirus, studios have offered an alternative way to view the newest releases with video on demand.
Place news next to ads to keep viewers informed.

Brands can save American lives during the coronavirus crisis by running ads next to news coverage of the pandemic

David Cohen is president of the Interactive Advertising Bureau. He says solid, fact-based reporting educates, informs, and saves lives.
MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews.

How MSNBC host Chris Matthews became an iconic political commentator before retiring amid misconduct accusations and controversy

The longtime MSNBC anchor's resignation came as a shock announcement after decades as a Washington insider-turned journalist.
American media owns a diverse set of publications, including celebrity and fitness titles.

Tabloid and magazine publisher American Media, Inc. continues cuts, laying off 23 people Monday

The layoffs follow cuts to American Media's other property Men's Journal, where the entire editorial staff was let go.
President Donald Trump briefs the nation on US preparations for coronavirus on Wednesday.

Trump wears a surgical mask over his eyes in next week’s coronavirus-themed New Yorker cover

The illustration is titled "Under Control," and references some comments that the president made at a coronavirus press conference this week.

5 things to know about Disney CEO Bob Chapek, Bob Iger’s surprise successor

Chapek went on family vacations to Walt Disney World as a child, has a degree in microbiology, and spearheaded changes to products and theme parks.
Bill Simmons.

Bill Simmons scores massive sale as Spotify buys his publication, The Ringer, for nearly $200 million

The purchase is Spotify's latest move to grow its presence in podcasting, and follows nearly $400 million in recent purchases of Gimlet and Parcast.
U.S. President Trump delivers State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

The Senate voted to acquit President Trump. Here are Thursday’s newspaper front pages after a historic moment for the country.

President Donald Trump was acquitted of the two charges against him in his impeachment trial on Wednesday.

Cards Against Humanity bought humor site ClickHole and turned over ownership to its employees

As part of the all-cash deal, ClickHole will continue to run independently as it explores new revenue streams.

A New York Times reporter who covers Saudi Arabia was targeted by the same spyware used to hack Jeff Bezos, according to a new report

The Saudi government has a well-documented history of retaliating against journalists who cover it critically.