If there was ever a case where a single offensive comment deserved repercussions, this was it.
What makes a TV star doesn’t necessarily make an online star
There is no force of man or nature more powerful than a news cliché.
Her contract expires Nov. 24
The media reporter will leave the New York Times, which will free him to cover that newspaper’s controversies. Will he be as free to critique CNN?
In an unfortunately familiar pattern, 60 Minutes walks back a report after first digging in and pushing back at critics.
The Rhodes scholar and human rights activist will begin hosting a new MSNBC show in January
Baldwin’s first interview with a candidate he supported was not exactly aggressive. But Up Late has potential as a relaxed chaser to caffeinated cable news
The Republican National Committee trumpeted its outrage this summer, but it should have been clear the Clinton camp wanted this no more than the GOP
The return of CNN’s punditry face-off managed to be both snide and stilted at the same time.
The classic CNN argutainment show was based on the idea that every debate has two sides. But Syria, its reason for returning early, is proof that that assumption is wrong.
Sex scandals don’t automatically destroy politicians anymore. Whether Carlos Danger survives this media frenzy may depend on whether he can define his new problems as old news.
His deal with ESPN is about more than Disney vs. the New York Times. If Silver-style analysis spreads, everyone can win.