15 November: Historic events that happened on this day
Intel introduced a product that would fundamentally alter the computing industry on 15 November 1971.
Golden Globes to bring scandal-hit awards back to TV to celebrate landmark 80th Anniversary: organisers
The scandal-hit Golden Globes, one of Hollywood's most important awards events, are to return to television next year, organizers said Tuesday, after being dumped by broadcasters and shunned by industry figures over ethics lapses.
Arkansas car show shooting: One dead, at least 24 injured; suspect taken into custody
Mass shootings are a relatively common occurrence in the United States, where firearms are used in approximately 40,000 deaths a year, including suicides, according to the Gun Violence Archive website
Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: American broadcaster NBC records low ratings
Beijing Winter Games recorded the lowest-ever American audience for any Olympics, and down 42% from the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in 2018.
Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: American broadcaster defends Mikaela Shiffrin coverage, suggests sexism by critics
The experiences of gymnast Simone Biles and tennis player Naomi Osaka last summer were fresh in the mind of NBC's critics, and the online blowback was fierce.
A solemn, low-profile Golden Globe Awards serves as a reminder of the existential churning Hollywood is undergoing
Suddenly, 2022 is looking eerily similar to 2021. Hollywood is seeing the movie business’s best form of advertisement undercut in a year when films desperately need it.
Seth Meyers tests positive for COVID, Late Night show goes on week-long hiatus
Seth Meyers tweeted about his positive result but said he felt fine, thanking the vaccine and a booster shot
Tokyo Olympics 2020: US broadcaster NBC's Olympics viewership gets off to rough start
For three straight nights, viewership for the Tokyo Games has been down more than 30% compared to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016
Is Harry Potter now on HBO Max or Amazon Prime? Tracing why a film or show keeps switching streaming platforms
As streaming services proliferate, it is becoming more of a challenge to track down your favorite TV shows and blockbuster movies when streaming services can change up their offerings every month.
How the Golden Globes shrugged off its 'best-fed freeloaders in the industry' reputation to become a significant power-player
"If the Golden Globes were a laughing stock for decades, how did it gain so much power? The short answer is money."
Tom Cruise returns three awards over HFPA diversity row; NBC announces it won't air Golden Globes 2022
"Assuming the HFPA executes its plan, we are hopeful we will be in a position to air the show in January 2023," NBC said in a statement about the Golden Globes
Al Rooker, popular TV personality, reveals cancer diagnosis: 'Taking some time off to take care of this'
Al Roker said he learned of his prostate cancer diagnosis after a routine medical checkup in September.
Gabrielle Union, NBC resolve dispute over racism allegations after actress' exit from AGT
Gabrielle Union believed she was fired after she asked NBC and the show’s producers to respond to an environment that tolerated racist jokes and remarks from judges and producers
Lilly Singh to headline, executive produce two-part sketch comedy series special at NBC
The announcement for Sketchy Times with Lilly Singh comes after NBC renewed A Little Late with Lilly Singh for a second season this year.
Billboard Music Awards 2020 postponed to 14 October due to coronavirus outbreak
The Billboard Music Awards was originally scheduled to be held on 29 April
Revisiting The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: A flawed yet vital masterpiece for these airbrushed times
In a time when the battle for Black rights has regained its momentum and found its way back into the headlines, does The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air stand up to scrutiny?
As Unsolved Mysteries returns to Netflix with a reboot, here's all you need to know about the original true crime show
Unsolved Mysteries, that first premiered in 1985, laid some of the foundation for the modern true-crime phenomenon.
Four episodes of 30 Rock, featuring blackface, removed at Tina Fey's request : Apologise for the pain they caused
Tina Fey said in a note to distributors that “I understand now that ‘intent’ is not a free pass for white people to use these images.”
30 Rock's Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin to return for 'one-time, commercial-free' reunion special
30 Rock special will feature new and returning shows from NBCUniversal’s platforms and include guests from entertainment, sports and news, the company said.
Gabrielle Union files complaint against NBC, America's Got Talent makers for 'discrimination, racial bullying'
The complaint says Gabrielle Union was harassed and discriminated against because of her race, and experienced retaliation for reporting these problems.