Entertaiment Magazine

Entertaiment is a word that’s difficult to pin down. Its roots are Medieval Latin intertenere, which means “to hold inside,” and the Indo-European root ten, which means to stretch or pull. This makes it an apt name for a magazine that explores the vast field of transformational entertainment news.

[uncountable, countable] Movies, music, etc., used to amuse or distract people: The club offers live entertainment seven days a week.

[countable] A person or thing that amuses or interests someone: A Shakespeare play is high entertainment for the upper classes.

[countable] Something that amuses or interests a lot of people: A rock concert is great entertainment for teenagers.