Before he achieved crossover fame on the 1960s TV show 'Hee Haw', musician Buck Owens helped pioneer a new kind of country music: the so-called Bakersfield sound.His Carnegie Hall concert was a milestone for Owens and for country music.
Christopher Nolan’s movies can be challenging. You often have to watch them twice to fully make sense of them. Time shifts this way and that, heroes morph into anti-heroes. But, as complex as they might be in their construction, Nolan says his films are meant to be enjoyed as entertainment first and foremost.
James Kramer has spent more than a decade adapting television shows for audiences around the world. He lived in Russia for six years and helped adapt shows like "Ugly Betty" and "The Nanny" for Russian audiences, but some things just won't translate.
Our habits are more well-known than ever before: What websites we visit, what products we buy from Amazon, what videos we watched on the Internet. But what we watch on TV remains somewhat of a mystery, with Nielsen ratings the only window into Americans' viewing habits.
Performers and singers whose recordings pre-date a 1972 change to US copyright law receive no royalty payments when their works are streamed on today's digital music platforms. Musicians, performing-rights organizations, and now even Congress, are working to rectify that.
Frances McDormand, best known to film audiences as Marge Gunderson in the Coen brothers film Fargo, has proven herself a master at creating strong, singular female characters. Now, in a new HBO miniseries, Olive Kitteridge, McDormand tackles another one.
Very few South Koreans seek help for mental health issues, and even fewer people talk about it openly. But both of those things may be changing thanks to a TV drama called “It’s OK, That’s Love,” which is bringing open talk of mental health problems into South Korea's media-saturated mainstream.
Fighters from ISIS, the militant Islamist group in Iraq and Syria, have taken over large parts of Iraq and threaten many others. Most ordinary Iraqis can't do much to stop them, but they can turn to a new show called "State of Myths" that mocks the group.
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