An interview with famous journalist Myra Ali “They know I’m not just looking for a story”

Renowned journalist Myra Ali has interviewed big-name actors, models and chefs, from Zendaya to Michael B. Jordan. Myra is known for her empathetic, entertaining and venerable interviews. Myra also lives with a rare skin condition, “butterfly skin” (epidermolysis bullosa), a life-threatening skin condition that causes blisters and tears on her body. Ryan Reynolds, Myra Ali … Read more

Edelman’s Trust Barometer says we only trust business and Democrats trust him more than the GOP

Do you trust this man? Richard Edelman, president of public relations firm Edelman AFP via Getty Images Well, that sounds like a stretch. The 2023 Edelman Trust Barometer came out and said people around the world believe business is the “alone institution considered competent and ethical. As such, says the PR giant, business has become … Read more

Cox launches mobile business, joining Comcast, Charter, Altice

In this photo illustration the Cox Communications logo seen displayed on a smartphone screen. Raphael Henrique | SOPA Images | Light flare | Getty Images Cox Communications is ringing in the new year with the official launch of its mobile business. The private cable and Internet operator plans to announce the nationwide launch of Cox … Read more

PA’s Vs. VA; Reasons social media celebrities are turning to virtual assistants to grow their brands

This photo taken late on October 22, 2020 shows Lalo Lopez of Spain training with a drone in a … [+] studio in Shanghai where he usually broadcasts live to offer products on an Aliexpress channel in Spain. – By some estimates, live shopping is a nearly $70 billion industry in China, attracting influencers who … Read more

AMC Entertainment Earnings Preview: “Wen Leaps?” maybe today

UPDATE: AMC stock slid 10.5% to $16.70 after hours Thursday after delivering mixed second-quarter results. The global cinema chain offered adjusted earnings per share of -$0.20, which beat consensus by 3 cents, and revenue of $1.16 billion, down $20 million. The company recorded total attendance of 59.1 million people worldwide, well above the 39 million … Read more

Former CNN chief Jeff Zucker on the hunt for entertainment, media and sports companies

Photo by J. Countess/Getty Images. Getty Images Jeff Zucker, who led CNN for nearly a decade, will manage $1 billion in capital from Abu Dhabi-backed International Media Investments, IMI, and Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird Capital Partners to pursue opportunities of attractive mergers and acquisitions in the media and entertainment space. The funding goes into a partnership … Read more

Anti-Semitic celebrities stoke fears of normalizing hate

A surge of anti-Jewish vitriol, spewed by a world-famous rapper, NBA star and other figures, is stoking fears that public figures are normalizing hatred and increasing the risk of violence in a country already experiencing a sharp rise in anti-Semitism. Leaders of the Jewish community in the United States and experts on extremism have been … Read more

Crypto startup MoonPay hires Time chairman to run the company

Keith Grossman, President of Time TIMEPieces Artist Jeremy Cowart Time chairman Keith Grossman is leaving the former publisher to take on a new role as corporate president of crypto startup MoonPay, effective Dec. 31. Grossman joined Time in 2019, a year after Meredith Corporation sold the flagship magazine brand to Selling power founder Marc Benioff … Read more

Bob Iger returns as Disney CEO, shares rise

Bob Iger is back. disneyin a shocking announcement on Sunday evening, said he had reappointed Iger as chief executive, effective immediately, after Iger’s hand-picked successor as CEO, Bob Chapek, came under fire for his stewardship from the entertainment giant. “It is with an incredible sense of gratitude and humility – and, I must admit, a … Read more

How much more can the streaming music industry grow? Not much, it turns out – National

In September, at a music conference in Singapore, Sir Lucian Grainge, CEO of Universal Music Group, said 100,000 new songs were uploaded to music streaming platforms. every day. This figure was confirmed at the same conference by Steve Cooper, the outgoing CEO of Warner Music Group. The audience was shocked. Numbers like 25,000 or even … Read more