Read this before you bash the Fyre Festival on Twitter.
If want to see Blondie live, you might need to join Amazon Prime.
All of the newly announced shows will be ad-supported so viewers can watch the new programs for free.
Celebs didn’t disclose payment for social media plugs.
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Celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos is suing Ja Rule and his business partner on behalf of attendees of the now-cancelled music festival.
Apple Music is expanding beyond just the music part of its name.
The new service will provide hi-res music at a “normal price” Young says, though exact details have yet to be announced.
Audra McDonald captured the spirit at Variety’s fourth annual Power of Women New York luncheon when she told the crowd, “This feels like good church.”
The agency says all paid and sponsored posts must be disclosed.
As progressive marijuana laws spread across the nation, brands are using 4/20 — the pot holiday — to boost their marketing.
The discount drops the monthly subscription price down to $4.99.