June 11, 2011 - December 1, 2019.
As Facebook faces backlash over its weakened policy on political ads, Twitter is banning them entirely.
Universal Music Group has digitally released hundreds of compilation albums over the past three years, lifting some titles from non-UMG artists such as Lil Nas X and Megan Thee Stallion.
A roundtable discussion on how Isaiah Hickland’s EmoBlackThot persona cosplaying a Black woman online puts actual Black women in harm’s way.
And its replacement is wreaking havoc on DJs’ libraries.
Columbia’s Lost Rings imprint aims to highlight women gamers of color and their musical talents. Will they succeed?
Fearing a "possible humanitarian disaster" akin to "FYREFEST 2.0," organizers have cancelled the Storm Area 51 festival.
As the 2020 presidential election approaches, How To Do Nothing author Jenny Odell speaks on mindfully staying informed in the whiplash age of social media.
In a rare interview, the Insta-famous video star Casey Frey talks about dissociating when his jokes become memes, splitting his life from his work, and the death of Vine.
Facebook, a company that really knows about your interests, would like to match you up with someone who shares your interests.
How online communities forming around stolen music from Young Thug, Playboi Carti, and Lil Uzi Vert are creating a new age of leaks at the expense of the artists they stan.
Genius is accusing the world’s biggest search engine of stealing its lyric transcriptions. Even if they’re right, it’s difficult to see that holding up in court.