Advertising: Televising Sizzling Meat to Bump Up Sales of a Brisket Sandwich

Arby’s filmed a brisket being smoked for 13 hours at the smokehouse in Texas that cures its brisket, and that footage will be one long commercial.

Media Companies Join to Extend the Brands of YouTube Stars

Keywords Press will release six to 10 titles annually, both in print and digital formats.

De Blasio Tells City’s Tabloids to Apologize to His Wife

Mayor Bill de Blasio reacted to front-page coverage of remarks Chirlane McCray made in a magazine about motherhood.

Patch Sites Turn Corner After Sale and Big Cuts

Patch’s new controlling owner took over in January, and soon after, only 15 percent of its news staff was left. It has managed to turn a profit in the last three months.

Libération Covering a Civil War. Its Own.

Journalists at the left-wing French newspaper have revolted since new owners said they would eliminate the print edition and publish only on digital platforms.

As Barbara Walters Retires, the Big TV Interview Signs Off, Too

Ms. Walters has been the queen of the TV celebrity “get.” But stars and politicians no longer need the networks to reach their public.

Prominent Hollywood Group Opposes F.C.C. Action on Net Neutrality

The open letter from the Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors opposes the “dictatorial” manner of the agency in rewriting rules.

Campaign Spotlight: Putting On the Ritz, Six Words at a Time

A hotel company’s marketing campaign relies on “wow” moments created for its guests, told in six words.

Pixar Chief’s Book, ‘Creativity Inc.,’ Grips Hollywood’s Imagination

“Creativity Inc.” by Ed Catmull, the longtime president of Pixar Animation Studios, is quickly becoming the latest bible for the show business crowd.

The Media Equation: Warnings Along F.C.C.’s Fast Lane

Time and again, when the government tries to insert itself between the Internet and its users, it gets clobbered. This could end up the same way.

Republicans Tighten Grip on Debates in 2016 Race

The Republican National Committee moved to reduce the number of presidential primary debates in 2016 and assert control over how they are run.

Sunday Routine: D.J. Whoo Kid: A Social Media Butterfly

The host of the Sirius XM satellite radio program “The Whoolywood Shuffle” spends Sundays on social media, and eats Frosted Flakes at night.

Russia Quietly Tightens Reins on Web With ‘Bloggers Law’

Taking another step to restrict Russia’s Internet, President Vladimir V. Putin quietly signed a new law requiring popular online voices

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Advertising: Mocked on Internet, Diet Coke Alters Ads

Mocked in social media, the soft drink’s slogan “You’re on” is being dropped from its ad campaign after only three months.

Lewinsky Breaks Silence About Clinton Affair, Saying She Was ‘Made a Scapegoat’

Monica Lewinsky writes in a coming issue of Vanity Fair that she feels it is time to stop “tiptoeing around my past, and other people’s futures.”

A Singing Nun for a Reality TV World

Sister Cristina Scuccia has become a sensation on the Italian version of the talent show “The Voice.”

Bits Blog: Six Seconds of Loopy Creativity, and Millions of Fans

Twitter’s Vine app, with its ultrashort, chaotic videos of funny faces, dance steps and stunts, has been finding a bigger audience.

Campaign Spotlight: The New Yorker Calls on a Trio of Its Artists for Annual Festival Promotion

Works by the magazine’s artists are the centerpiece of an advertising campaign for the New Yorker Festival, set for October.

Advertisers Seek a ‘Second Screen’ Connection With Viewers

Companies try to reach multitasking television watchers through their smartphones, tablets and laptops with Twitter and Facebook posts that are relevant to popular programs.

The Media Equation: A Key Player in a Scandal, V. Stiviano Feeds the Media’s Appetite

If you wanted to see clearly into how all the various components of the modern media ecosystem interact, you could not come up with a better real-time experiment than the Donald Sterling story.