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What 'Bridgerton' Can Teach Marketers About Today's Consumers
The bodice-ripping Netflix hit's themes are, in fact, timeless.
HBO's 'Fake Famous' Documentary Gets Influencer Marketing All Wrong
The cable network's new film looks at influencer marketing through an ironically superficial lens.
82 Million Households Streamed 'Bridgerton.' Now, Fashion Brands Can't Keep Corsets in Stock
The Regency-era romance is Netflix's most popular original series ever, and consumers who can't get enough of the 19th-century fashion are providing a much-needed boost to the fashion industry.
These Guys Produced the Super Bowl Pre-Show Everyone Will Be Talking About
Medium Rare's Joe Silberzweig and Adam Richman, the duo behind last summer's Shaq vs. Gronk, is going all in for the Big Game with celebrity-fueled Shaq Bowl event.
NBCU Peacock Will Now Exclusively Stream WWE Network in the U.S.
The wrestling behemoth's subscription-based content platform has a new host and will cost some current users half the price.
What's New on TV This Week: 'Wandavision' and 'One Night in Miami'
Also new this week: 'Search Party,' 'Servant' and a Tiger Woods documentary.
4 Strategic Business Lessons You Can Take From 'The Queen's Gambit'
Here's how you can use a (fictional) chess grandmaster's moves to beat the competition.
Alex Trebek Taught Us to Choose Presence Over Judgment
In his 36 years of hosting 'Jeopardy!' I only heard the iconic game show host pass judgment once. His greatest gift was helping others to feel present in the moment, and we could learn a lot from that now.
Do Quibi's Problems Come Down to a Confusing Name?
Terrible timing has certainly contributed to a difficult start for Jeffrey Katzenberg's mobile-video platform, but maybe it isn't just that.
What I Learned From Mr. Rogers About Disrupting While Being Disrupted
'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' provided the clarity I needed on how we can weather this, or any, crisis.