Shareholders sue for damages, claiming the CBS-Viacom merger was rammed through to protect the Redstone family.
Television writer and producer Dahvi Waller joins host Mark Olsen to talk about "Mrs. America," FX's new miniseries based on the historical movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s excursively on Hulu. Waller discusses how the show explores the struggle to ratify the amendment and showcases the women at the center of the movement.
Travis Scott just headlined 'Fortnite' instead of Coachella, debuting a new song with Kid Cudi. It was trippy. There were flaming microphone stands.
What's on TV Thursday, April 23: 'Will & Grace' finale; Coronavirus TV specials; NFL Draft; Talk Shows; Movies on TV
The union representing sports broadcast technicians is launching ads on cable TV as it ratchets up a fight with regional sports network owner Sinclair.
Despite the launch of a GoFundMe page, Amoeba Music co-owner Jim Henderson says that construction on their new space will begin shortly, with a fall opening anticipated.
'Always Home' author Fanny Singer worries more about running out of garlic than toilet paper.
Glenn Gould's "Solitude Trilogy" uses dialogue as though it were musical counterpoint and explores a kind of isolation familiar in our coronavirus era.
The Beatles will stream a rare sing-along version of the animated film "Yellow Submarine" for free on YouTube, encouraging users to stay home amid coronavirus.
Beverly Hills entertainment company Endeavor has begun an additional round of salary cuts, furloughs and layoffs as the industry grapples with coronavirus crisis that has shut down productions and live events.