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David Chang Takes You Inside His Sea Urchin and Chickpea Dish With This 360-Degree VR Experience

How do you make someone understand taste without actually putting a dish in front of them to, well, taste? That's what American Express and the New York Times are trying to do with this new 360-degree VR experience featuring celebrity chef David Chang. Check out our full coverage. Chang takes viewers inside his uni with...

New Late-Night Entry Set for Fall

A new entry in late-night talk, which is a spinoff of a successful current late-night show, has its title and start date locked in. Comedy Central announced today that it will launch “The Opposition with Jordan Klepper” on Monday, Sept....

Reuters Names Jean Yoon Executive Editor, Editorial Strategy

Jean Yoon will be originating a new role at Reuters as its first executive editor, editorial strategy, based in New York. In a note to staff, Reuters editor in chief Steve Adler explains the components of Yoon's new responsibilities: In this role, Jean will - as the title suggests - take on responsibility for our...

LinkedIn Users Can Now Share Multiple Photos in a Single Post

LinkedIn users now have the ability to share multiple photos in a single post. The professional network said in a blog post that the feature became available via iOS Tuesday, and it is "coming soon" to Android and desktop. Senior director of corporate and product communications Julie Inouye suggested in the blog post that the...

Discovery Defends ‘Shark Week’ Special After Geting Blowback

Discovey Channel went on the defensive after taking heat over a special that aired as part of its “Shark Week” programming. Viewers griped about Sunday’ night’s “Phelps vs. Shark” special that they expected would pit Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps against...

Palestinian journalists injured covering West Bank protests

Beirut, July 25, 2017--Israeli authorities should independently and credibly investigate reports that Israeli security forces injured journalists covering protests in the West Bank last weekend, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. At least six Palestinian journalists were injured while covering protests in East Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and Hebron on...

Even the Washington Post is Skeptical of Democrats “Better Deal”

Writers on The Washington Post’s editorial board may not be fans of Donald Trump, but they aren’t too crazy about the Democrats’ latest plan to win back voters either. The Post gave Democrats credit for rolling out a new package aimed at what they called the “struggling middle class,” but it questioned whether their “A Better […]

What Happens to Flash-Powered Facebook Games When Adobe Scuttles the Format in 2020?

What will happen to games on Facebook that are powered by Flash in the wake of Adobe's announcement Tuesday that the format will be phased out by the end of 2020? Facebook partner engineering manager Jakub Pudelek announced in a blog post Tuesday that the social network is teaming up with Adobe, Apple, Google, Microsoft,...

After 37 Years of Adweek’s Hot List, We’re Changing Up the Way We Honor Publishers

In the 37 years since Adweek first honored standout magazines in its annual Hot List, the publishing industry has undergone a massive transformation (to put it mildly), which we've been helping our readers navigate in our pages and online. As such, we felt that the Hot List itself was due for a refresher to keep...

Oscar Winner in the Mix to Replace Amy Schumer as Big Screen’s First Barbie

Following the exit of Amy Schumer from Sony Pictures’ upcoming Barbie feature film, Oscar winner Anne Hathaway is the focus of rumors about who will wind up as Barbie. Deadline.com reports that Hathaway, who won an Oscar in 2013 for...

Former Fox News VP Suing for $48 Million

A lawsuit that stems from a previously agreed-upon sexual harassment settlement.

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