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The BAFTA bump for young stars

  Award season is in full swing and last weekend’s Grammys gave people a number of things to talk about on social media, including plenty of controversy over Beck winning Album of

Hashtags win the day at award shows

The Grammy Awards are this Sunday. But don’t ask Millennials who won best new artist or the prize for a spoken word album. Because when it comes to award shows,

Unpaid performers at the Super Bowl

We all sat and watched Katy Perry take the field on Super Bowl Sunday atop a giant lion, and then saw her fly across the sky in her own personal

Entertaining Business: American Idol

American Idol is back for its 14th season. Did you even notice? When Idol debuted on Fox in 2002, everyone watched. Or at least it seemed like they did, with

Entertaining Business: Christmas movies and money

On the surface, Christmas movies may be bits of heartwarming fluff that we turn to every year, but given the way they often accurately portray the economic struggles of their time, it is

Entertaining Business: Chris Rock, economist

Chris Rock is a comedian long known for his envelope-pushing comedy. In fact, the funnyman is currently out promoting the new movie Top Five which he directed, wrote and stars in.

NBC’s Peter Pan Live flies into big profits

“You can fly!”… if you have enough money. After the success of last year’s live The Sound of Music special, NBC is back with its effort to revive the one-night

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