Matthew Belloni • December 3, 2021
Facebook and Hollywood: A Match Made in the Metaverse?
Premium video didn’t work for Facebook before, and it doesn’t want to be a player in that world now. But the metaverse might change Zuckerberg’s strategic thinking.
William D. Cohan • December 2, 2021
Carlos Watson Has a Cold
A tale of the embattled Ozy founder, a turkey club sandwich, and a misadventure in crisis management.
Baratunde Thurston • December 2, 2021
Rittenhouse in the Zuckerverse
Reflections on our gun violence epidemic, blockchain democracy, buying the Constitution, and rebuilding America in the metaverse.
Dylan Byers • December 1, 2021
In the Room… at Iger’s Goodbye Dinner
As Disney’s charismatic leader completes his choreographed exit, the mood inside Burbank approaches a state of dread. Plus: Is Chris Cuomo finito at David Zaslav’s CNN?
Theodore Schleifer • November 30, 2021
Inside the Dems’ Dark Money Machine
Neither party's functionaries admit it, but the line between philanthropy and politics has been obliterated. The upshot is that even more money is moving into the shadows.
Dylan Byers • November 26, 2021
ESPN’s Future, Aryeh’s Book, and Laurene’s Portfolio
A conversation with Puck editor-in-chief Jon Kelly about the rapid evolution and cutthroat future of the media-technology business.