Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are accusing a YouTube co-founder of illegally publishing video of their engagement party to boost his new "foundering" website.
Kelly Clarkson may need a moment to catch her breath as she is now officially a married woman.
If you’d seen him chatting with a gaggle of school kids a few hours before his performance at the White House in April, you’d agree. And not because he answered all of the kiddos’ questions like a mensch (although he did that, too).
This may come as a shock, but it isn’t until a good quarter of the way through her new MTV documentary that Miley Cyrus sticks her tongue out. And twerking? Barely a passing mention.
Gia Allemand, an actress who appeared on ABC’s reality shows ‘‘The Bachelor’’ and ‘‘Bachelor Pad’’ has died, her publicist said Wednesday. She was 29. Ms. Allemand was taken Monday night to University Hospital in New Orleans after a suicide attempt.
Start-up Aereo is enjoying the spotlight for its online TV service in the wake of a Time Warner Cable-CBS battle over fees that has left major markets with a CBS blackout.
In 2013 Disclosure, Julio Bashmore, Rudimental and Duke Dumont have provided a brilliant alternative to mainstream artists like Calvin Harris and Skrillex. So far, the duo’s biggest mainstream exposure has been when Aluna featured on Disclosure’s hit White Noise, which made it to No2 in the charts.
The South Korean Asiana Airlines has been considering legal action against a San Francisco TV station for ruining its reputation by using bogus and racially offensive names for four pilots from its recently crashed plane.
It's not an ideology you'd expect to see spun into mainstream comedy in 2013. We have iPads now. We eat from gourmet burger stands. The merger between Brit Corp and the US Inc seems to have gone ahead smoothly. Yet here come Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright with The World's End - a satirical sci-fi comedy that chips away at modern Britain and raises a pint to an old English brand of messy eccentricity.
Christmas really has come early for the world’s gamers. Not only has Xbox confirmed the next level of console in the shape of Xbox One, but Halo is to get its own TV series. Yes, we did our victory dance, too.