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With around the clock television coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, TV is still a powerful, influential source of information. But is this the kind of TV news that best serves...
We look at how Fox News' coverage of the coronavirus has changed over time why some think the Murdochs have blood on their hands.
We check in on how the coronavirus news of the week is playing out on social media.
I used to be the person who pretended not to have reception when someone FaceTime'd me, writes Whitney Scharer. But now, I’m actively seeking out digital interactions.
Across the Commonwealth’s cultural sector, museums, galleries, theaters, and other organizations both large and small are struggling to stay afloat in the midst of this public health crisis.
Actor Jesse Eisenberg has two films coming on digital and video on demand on Friday: "Vivarium" and "Resistance."
"We're just doing the best that we can until things get back to normal," says librarian Caitlin Browne, "which I'm imagining will be a long time from now."
Health care workers are using #WeStayHereForYouPleaseStayHomeForUs.
KPCC'S John Horn shares his film favorites for folks looking for something to stream.
We are hardwired for confirmation bias, writes Julie Wittes Schlack. But our future depends upon some mutually agreed-upon facts.
We’ll talk with critics about what to watch while spending more time at home.
The Trump administration recently imposed a new limit on visas for Chinese state-owned media in the U.S.
"Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always" was due to open in theaters this week.
Les Zaitz, editor and publisher of the Malheur Enterprise, talks about how his staff is covering the outbreak.
We cannot let this global health crisis become yet another Trump-branded reality TV show that we hate-watch on the daily, writes Steve Almond.
Lets not pretend we weren't going to stay home and watch Netflix anyway.
As schools, offices and public attractions all close due to the coronavirus, you may find yourself cooped up at home for weeks.
A video of singer Gloria Gaynor washing her hands along to her hit "I Will Survive" has been trending on social media.
Emmy-award winning writer and producer, David Simon, on his new HBO miniseries, “The Plot Against America."
Police departments cannot deny public records requests for booking photographs or arrest reports from incidents involving police officers or other public officials, the state's highest court ruled Thursday.