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Being a pop star once meant baring skin – now, for...

Kristin J. Lieb, Emerson College In Billie Eilish’s 2019 video for “Bury A Friend,” the then-17-year-old singer blurs the...

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Peter Martin, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University On December 10, it finally happened. Instead of demanding an interest payment from the government...

Rethinking the K-pop industry’s silence during the Black Lives Matter movement

Hye Jin Lee, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism As nationwide protests against police violence and racial inequality continue in the...

Huge success in business is largely based on luck – new...

Chengwei Liu, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick Bestselling business books promise to teach you the winning formula and reveal the secrets of success. But...

Fyre debacle shows how smaller acts can get burned in modern...

Jonathan Wynn, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Alexandre Frenette, Vanderbilt University The Fyre documentaries on Hulu and Netflix gave a behind-the-scenes look into an ill-planned...

Profit, not free speech, governs media companies’ decisions on controversy

Amanda Lotz, University of Michigan For decades, U.S. media companies have limited the content they’ve offered based on what’s good for business. The decisions by...

African-American Music Appreciation Month: 5 essential reads

Nick Lehr, The Conversation To commemorate African-American Music Appreciation Month this June, California Senator Kamala Harris released a Spotify playlist with songs spanning genres and...

Are there too many music festivals?

Jonathan Wynn, University of Massachusetts Amherst Coachella unofficially kicks off the 2017 U.S. festival season on April 15, and while this year’s event...

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