Hologram companies are making plans to put scores of departed idols on tour — reanimating a live-music industry whose biggest earners will soon be dying off in droves, writes Mark Binelli
It was the decade that altered the very definition of TV — Noun: Netflix. Verb: To stream.
My five-year-old bumped into his best friend on the way into school yesterday morning.
After various incarnations, Joan Wasser is now where she wants to be, writes Ed Power.
Walt Disney has announced new Pixar film by the same director who brought the world 'Inside Out' and 'Up'.
As they get ready to play the Marquee in Cork, Hall and Oates tell Ed Power about the mad times of their 1980s heyday, and having Bowie support them for his first US gig.
DJ Jenny Greene rocks. In fact, she's the Jenny Hendrix of the turntables.
Indiependence (Aug 3-5) in Mitchelstown has revealed its day-to-day lineup.
Music Cork, the industry showcase, returns to the city for a second year. Top of the bill is Isaac Green, the esteemed A&R at Columbia who has worked with everyone from Arcade Fire to Calvin Harris, writes Ed Power.
Thousands of students across the US are joining in a National School Walkout today on the one month anniversary of the mass shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people.
A broadcasting watchdog has expressed concern that TV commercials for toys and betting services shown on foreign TV stations are in breach of Irish broadcasting codes.
It will also pick up Northern & Shell's 50% joint venture interest in the Irish Daily Star.
Unknown in 1991, Dolores O’Riordan was soon fronting one of the biggest band in the world, writes Joyce Fegan
Eileen O’Shea is from Killarney but has been living in Cork for the past three years. She is programme and events manager at St Peter’s on North Main Street.
Here's hoping she doesn't use her new vocab as a chat up line.
Tom Green has been fired by Trump on The Apprentice, married to Drew Barrymore and made a TV show about his testicle, writes Ellie O’Byrne
"I feel it's time to move on to new pastures and will be pursuing opportunities abroad in the coming months"
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TV presenter Laura Whitmore showed some nice moves away from the dance floor last year to increase accumulated profits at her media firm to €600,000.
I’m A Celebrity may be back, but Ed Power says the reality format is a much diminished force in the face of a resurgence of quality drama
Beyonce won top honours at MTV’s Video Music Awards in New York, and rapper Drake professed his “love” for Rihanna, who collected a lifetime achievement award.
ARLENE PHILLIPS could return to Strictly Come Dancing, according to reports.
Tom Prendergast headed for the States 30 years ago without much of a plan. Before long he’d opened a music store and started his own label, he tells Michael Moynihan
Ads on foreign TV stations transmitted in Ireland aimed at very young children have been found to breach Irish broadcasting codes.
It’s as if this year, the 24-hour channels have effectively turned into around-the-clock tribute-obituary shows.
Right at the height of his global fame, Billy Ocean walked away from the music business, preferring to spend time with his family. He tells Ed Power why he did it
David Bowie, Prince, and Merle Haggard were more than icons, because they taught us about what it is to be human, says Lynn Stuart Parramore
Remember Cribs? The MTV show which gave you extremely unlikely access to celebrities homes where there was an awkward tour and you didn't really learn anything? Well it's back, and this time it's for the small screen in your pocket.
CORNERBOY, also known as Neil Brennan to his nearest and dearest, must be among the few Irish people who can use the adjective ‘dope’ and not get laughed out of town.
In the same week that Adele is rocking it at her Dublin gigs, two Irish guys have gone viral.
According to People.com, the 30-year-old’s body was found at roughly 10:30 a.m. yesterday morning and on it’s was to Utah Medical Examiner to determine the cause of death.
Jessica Toonkel reveals how TV networks in America are now measuring viewers’ biometrics and brain waves in the war to preserve their advertising market share and win viewers back from the online world.
Ed Power, talks soul, segregation and sense of family to Vintage Trouble’s front man
As a TV presenter and model turned fashion designer, Laura Whitmore is a woman with a lot on her plate. But she says she manages to make time for charity work.
An extreme sports star skydiving for the opening ceremony of a golf event in California died when he struck a tree.
Taylor Swift won video of the year, Miley Cyrus briefly flashed one of her breasts, and Kanye West ranted at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift found themselves embroiled in a very public Twitter spat yesterday, following Swift’s nomination for Video of the Year at the 2015 VMA awards.
Miley Cyrus is twerking back to the MTV Video Music Awards as the show’s host. The 25-year-old singer said on social media that she is helming the August 30 ceremony.
Rihanna’s latest video has crossed more lines than Miley’s Wrecking Ball. Louise O’Neill yearns for the days of Bananarama and MT USA.
Snapchat’s latest update adds a new tap-to-view control, so users no longer have to hold down a key to view a message.
The 1996 movie Scream was all about taking on the tired tropes of the slasher sub-genre so the idea of a TV series remake is both kind of fitting and also pretty much misses the point of what the film was doing.
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