Television

How To Become An Actor

Thinking about starting an acting career but have no prior experience? Jump start your odds of getting in front of the camera.

Christian Massa

11 Supernatural Ways 'Stranger Things' Has Turned Marketing Upside Down

The Netflix show has managed to engage audiences far beyond their TV screens.

Jarrod Walpert

BET CEO Scott Mills Has Proven That Legacy Media Brands Still Matter

In conversation, the longtime Viacom leader and recently appointed Chief Executive Officer lays out what it takes to adapt and thrive.

Kenny Herzog

7 Memorable Quotes From the Inimitable Michael K. Williams, Best Known for His Portrayal of Omar on 'The Wire'

The late, great actor passed away suddenly at 54, but left behind a legacy of openness about his life's struggles and successes.

Kenny Herzog

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.

Neil Gordon

I've Landed 60 Live TV Interviews Without a Publicist -- Here's How You Can Do It Too

Pitch and nail an appearance without a publicist with these four steps.

Nick Wolny

Tony Khan Helps Run an NFL Franchise, Premier League Football Team and All Elite Wrestling. And He Trusts Himself Now More Than Ever.

A candid Q&A with the billionaire sports exec and pro-wrestling fanatic about wins, losses and knowing when to let go.

Kenny Herzog

What 'Bridgerton' Can Teach Marketers About Today's Consumers

The bodice-ripping Netflix hit's themes are, in fact, timeless.

The Next Big Thing for TV: Co-Viewing

After years of one-way entertainment, TV is about to become truly social.

Shafin Tejani

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.

Jason Falls

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.

Jessica Thomas