Article about Entertaiment
Something affording pleasure or diversion; an agreeable occupation for the mind: Solving the daily crossword puzzle is a delightful entertainment.
The word entertaiment has roots in both Medieval Latin and Indo-European, and carries the meaning of “holding inside.” Its prefix inter means “inside,” and its suffix ten is related to the Indo-European root tenere, meaning to stretch.
According to Oliver and Barstsch, entertainmen t encompasses activities that are understood objectively, communicate with audience from an external stimulus, offer pleasure and occur in a passive form. For this reason, many popular forms of entertainment have demonstrated a great capacity for cross-media remix.