As his new Comedy Central show rolls out, Nick Kroll talks about creating across platforms, writing verbally, and why sitting down to work isn’t always the best answer.
“The Starving Artists Project” collects imaginative signage created by homeless people for the near-futile feat of catching the attention of hurried passersby.
The Sundance founder talks about the evolution of the film industry and the core mission of Sundance.
The first-ever commercial for underwear brand The Slip Français demonstrates its product’s durability in a way some male viewers might find disturbing.
Either the result of a prank, marketing stunt, or some guerrilla performance art thing, Louis C.K. popped up on a wanted poster in California… and not for being the best.
In a new spot for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2: Revolution," a tough guy offers to take over the parts of players’ lives they might neglect while gaming.
A new website called The Creative Confessional is letting anonymous advertising professionals air out their sins in a public forum.
The PBS show probes the little-understood world of drone technology and operations to discuss the controversy of remote warfare, increased surveillance, and a future of autonomous aerial robots.