Obese persons are regularly associated with laziness and inactivity in Ghanaian society.
By implementing paywalls, making exclusive content deals and incorporating ad tech, big media companies have reshaped what was once an entirely free and open ecosystem.
The Fox News host’s forthcoming documentary ‘The End of Men’ is part of a rich heritage of hustlers and politicians claiming that American men are becoming devitalized, lazy and effeminate.
Members of the key 18-to-34 demographic finds the format stale, the hosts unrelatable and the topics patronizing.
Euphoria tackles the status quo head on with an esthetic that transgresses the codes of television, while criticizing several taboos and social issues.
The ‘fool the eye’ cakes hearken back to popular paintings from another period in American history when there was anxiety over fakes, fraudsters and misinformation.
The long-running queen of the soap-operas, the Bold and the Beautiful turns 35 this year. We’ve collected some of the strangest storylines from its many hundreds of episodes.
Soap operas, with their long and involved storytelling and large audience reach, can be uniquely positioned to enable narrative transportation.
Often described as a sign of progressivism and gender equality, they’re neither.
What exactly goes into that perfect “reality” television?
Zombies in horror are often a stand-in for our collective anxieties, manifesting our fears. All Of Us Are Dead continues this grand tradition.
Inspired by the sensitive, handsome men they see on TV in their favorite K-dramas, they travel abroad in pursuit of a ‘soft’ masculinity they say they can’t find at home.
In a joint project with the BBC, we’re exploring how AI could personalise the way you consume media. But we recognise that AI comes with risks too.
The Asian American actress rose to fame in an era when white actors in yellowface were more likely to play Asian characters than Asian ones.
Despite the belief that people are deeply skeptical of strangers, study after study shows that humans are primed to trust one another.
A straight cis-man could have made “herstory” as “America’s Next Drag Superstar.” Drag Race’s inclusion problem botches racialized queer histories, community discomfort and ally participation.
Many countries are experimenting with different forms of government support for journalism, but the question is about what works best and is sustainable.
Miranda’s role as the anxious, fumbling white woman is disappointing. Some might find that Miranda is a reflection of the anxiety and fear that white women experience.
A contrast to the bumbling and immature fathers commonly found on sitcoms, Bob Saget’s character on ‘Full House’ reflected a shift in expectations of fatherhood that began in the late 1970s.
Some viewers purposefully seek out spoilers, others skip scenes with characters they don’t like. The advent of streaming has made viewers more actives and producers should take note.