While awards are all about recognition, inspiration, and appreciation, sometimes they are not exactly what we expect them to be.
A year ago at the Academy Awards, Frances McDormand gave the movie studios a nudge when she referred to the inclusion rider.
Although massive Super Bowl spending will pour into Atlanta, estimates of its economic benefit depend on whether you ask the Host Committee or an economist.
For a smile, some economic history, and a look at how companies make some money, Super Bowl ads say a lot in just thirty seconds.
As music industry technology has shifted to streaming, so too have the incentives that are multiplying shorter song tracks.
We can judge the size of our cultural divide by identifying the TV shows we watch, the magazines we read, and the movies we see.
Although you’ll see that the Amazon reviews for How to Avoid Huge Ships are hilarious, it’s still one of those unwanted gifts that creates deadweight loss.
Inadequately supported, the food, drink, and entertainment businesses in a city’s night time economy can be a valuable source of economic growth.
For 60 years, Billboard, every week, has ranked the best music. Using sales, radio play, and now streaming, they tell us what we like the most. Recently though, there’s been a fundamental change. Where are we going? First to Drake…