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Bon Appétit video editor Matt Hunziker has returned to work after a suspension — but co-workers say his forced leave shows how Condé Nast is stifling voices of dissent

The top 9 movies on Netflix this week, from 'Jurassic Park' to 'Work It'

6 Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars have left amid a reckoning over how the company treats employees of colour — here's the full list

Should you pay for Peacock? Data reveals you can watch most of its movies and TV shows on the free version.

The top streaming TV shows on Netflix, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video, and others this week

How TikTok is transforming the music industry and the power players pushing it forward

The Rock is No. 1 on the highest-paid actors list from Forbes again this year — with help from Netflix

Sumner Redstone, the media mogul who built the ViacomCBS empire, is dead at 97

YouTube star Jackie Aina describes the 2-year process of creating her new 'affordable luxury' brand launching with candles inspired by her memories

DC Universe's future looks bleak as its parent company, WarnerMedia, undergoes a dramatic restructuring

Disney's decision to debut 'Mulan' on Disney Plus for $30 could mean big changes for movie theatres, but the economics of high-price digital releases are daunting

Three top WarnerMedia execs are exiting amid a major shakeup following the launch of HBO Max. Read the full memo from CEO Jason Kilar.

Addison Rae Easterling is the top-earning TikTok star with $5 million in the last year, according to Forbes. But Charli D'Amelio is close behind.

3 of Bon Appétit's Test Kitchen stars of colour are departing the video channel after failed contract negotiations

How influencers are using Amazon to make money

Seeking nominations for the top beauty and fashion brand ambassador programs for influencers

The 5 most anticipated TV shows returning in August are all from Netflix

The most anticipated new TV shows premiering in August

The top 9 shows on Netflix this week, from 'Fear City' to 'Shameless'

Disney Plus executive Agnes Chu is replacing Condé Nast Entertainment president Oren Katzeff, who made offensive jokes about women and people of colour