Kim Masters, host of KCRW’s The Business, breaks down Hollywood's top stories.
Mark Burnett is best known for reality TV hits like “Survivor,” “The Voice,” and “The Apprentice,” which gave Donald Trump a national audience.
Throughout the pandemic, movie studios have struggled to decide whether to move big films to streaming services or risk putting them in theaters.
Fox News flourished under a Trump presidency, but trouble in paradise began on Election Night, when the network made an early call for Joe Biden to win Arizona.
Broadcast news ratings were down this year compared to 2016. Cable news ratings remained stable compared to the last election, led by a strong showing from Fox News viewers.
Netflix increased pricing for its standard and premium plans to $13.99 and $17.99, respectively, as it continues to position itself as the streaming frontrunner.
Quibi announced it’s shutting down next month, and Hollywood is trying to pinpoint what went wrong.
Amid an industry-wide wave of reorganization, Disney has just announced a restructuring and the creation of a new division for content distribution.
The movie business has struggled to make money during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some industry insiders say it should prioritize streaming.
KCRW’s Joanthan Bastian talks with author Nicole Krauss. Her latest collection of short stories is titled “To be a Man”
from Life Examined
Musician Aloe Blacc is known for his 2010 hit song “ I Need a Dollar ” and then the anthem “ Wake Me Up ” with the late Swedish DJ Avicii.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six championships in eight years during the 1990s.
Los Angeles is having an identity crisis. City officials tout new development and shiny commuter trains, while longtime residents are doing all they can to hang on to home.
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In a Brooklyn housing project in 1969, an old church deacon known as Sportcoat walks into the courtyard in the middle of the day and shoots the neighborhood drug dealer.
Good Food explores the two edible art forms that best feature leftovers — the sandwich and taco.
from Good Food
Tortilla Tournament judge Gustavo Arellano sits down with Jorge Gaviria of Masienda , who imports heirloom corn varieties from Mexico.
José R. Ralat is the Taco Editor of Texas Monthly. His coveted job is to eat as many tacos as he can get his hands on.
What do you get when you cross an irreverent wordsmith with a curious and opinionated chef? Tyler Kord . Kord’s No. 7 sub shops in Fort Greene, Brooklyn have closed.
According to Aaron Bobrow-Strain, as late as the 1890s, 90% of bread was baked by hand. By the turn of the century, only 10% was made in small bakeries.
From quesadillas to a croque monsieur, versions of grilled cheese can be found around the world in most cultures that embrace dairy.
As cooking fatigue has set in, it’s still possible to tinker in the kitchen without turning on the oven. Why reach for mayo instead of mustard?