Article about Entertaiment
A pleasing or agreeable occupation for the mind; a diversion, amusement, or delight: The daily crossword is an entertaining way to pass time.
The word entertainment comes from the Latin intertenere, or “to hold inside.” Its root is tenere, from the Indo-European verb to stretch or lengthen. It is the opposite of boredom, which is why we created this issue of T E News to explore the wildly diverse and fascinating world of entertainment. According to Oliver and Barstsch (2010), entertainment can be defined objectively as activity that encompasses communication between text and audience from an external stimulus, offers pleasure, requires an audience, and takes place in a passive form.