King of Snapchat DJ Khaled wants you to know he's up to something. Of course, if you follow him on the wildly popular mobile platform, you already know that.
As magazine newsstand sales continued on their decline in 2015—dropping 12 percent year over year in the third quarter alone, per MagNet—publishers endeavored to produce covers worth pulling off the […]
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning letter informing Kim Kardashian's ad partner—the morning-sickness medication Diclegis—that her Instagram p
Kim Kardashian West sports seven costumes and channels famous female figures in history, including Marie Antoinette and Audrey Hepburn, in this two-and-a-half-minute ad for Hype Energy Drink.
As I Am Cait premieres Sunday night on E!, no one is feeling the pressure more than the show's star, Caitlyn Jenner. The eight-hour docuseries follows Caitlyn—formerly Bruce Jenner—as she embarks on her new journey, but the consequences of her very public transition from male to female are also keeping her up at night.
CANNES, France—Kim Kardashian West does Instagram her way, and that means no paid promotions and admittedly too many bikini shots. "But it's what I want and what I put out," Kardashian said of how she curates her photo stream. She was speaking in front of an intimate audience today at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity.
When the Cannes Lions festival kicks off Sunday, it will feature the usual mix of speakers from the worlds of advertising, technology, entertainment and media. But this year, advertising's biggest annual gathering will also boast its biggest TV contingent yet.
Imagine you're watching an X-rated version of Game of Thrones (you don't have to admit that out loud), and all of a sudden, up pops a message about testicular cancer.
Kim Kardashian West has had quite a year, from breaking the Internet with a provocative magazine cover to starring in a
In 2013, Glu Mobile's CEO Niccolo de Masi wanted to rebrand one of his company's games, then called Stardom: Hollywood. He needed a major Hollywood name who could get people excited about the app's simple premise of players working to become A-list celebrities by starring in photo shoots and appearing at high-profile events.