Napster founder Sean Parker has hired a new CEO and raised more than $27 million.
Matt Holzman, producer of KCRW programs and podcasts including 'The Business' and 'The Document,' died of Stage 4 metastatic cancer.
Universal Pictures says 'Trolls World Tour' had a record-breaking digital debut. But what that means for the future of moviegoing is murky.
Taika Waititi hosts a playful Instagram Live watch party for his "Thor: Ragnarok," with a little help from his actor friends.
Broadway veterans tackle Disney tunes, and you're invited.
The annual CBS Diversity Showcase is a vital platform for underrepresented performers. But coronavirus has interrupted the plans of this year's group.
Julian Casablancas on the Strokes' prophetically titled new album, 'The New Abnormal,' and the moment he knew that Bernie Sanders was doomed.
In "Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties," Mike Davis and Jon Wiener track the uprisings, outrages and elections that shaped the city.
The author of "Nothing to See Here" enjoys BennY RevivaL, furniture-breaking wrestling moves and lots of books in his quarantine diary.
What's on TV Monday, April 13: Bob Hearts Abishola on CBS; Coronavirus; The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart