Writing About Entertaiment

Entertaiment, from Old French entretenement, means “entertain,” but it can also be a play on words, with the word’s root indicating something done or happening to amuse. While entertainment is usually associated with amusement, it can be used for a number of other purposes, from social interaction to edification or even as a form of satire. Entertainment may also serve as a distraction from everyday concerns, or as preparation for adult responsibilities. Children’s entertainment often mimics adult entertainment in roles and settings such as performances or family gatherings, or it may prepare them for future responsibilities through activities such as raising a pet or caring for dolls.

Writing an article about a celebrity can be a great way to entertain readers. Interviews should be conducted if possible, but authorized biographies are also an excellent source of information for entertainment articles. Providing information about what movies are coming out is another good idea. You could also write about a specific musical festival and the artists that are scheduled to appear. Those interested in karaoke would love to know the top karaoke bars in their area.