CBS, CNN, NBC, and other networks have attempted to woo advertisers at their Upfront presentations – but will it work in this new media landscape?
Over the last three years, Iger, president of Disney since 2005, had to extend his tenure at the Mouse House three times, once in 2014, once in 2016 and once again this past March, as the board of directors has struggled to find his replacement.
Vivian Salama is not easily intimidated. With a career that spans across continents and conflicts, Salama has built a reputation for always being in the thick of whatever is going on around the world. When the war in Iraq broke out, Salama was the first
Last month’s premiere of CBS’s new drama “The Good Fight” was, by nearly all metrics, a success. The show not only won its Sunday night time slot, but was also hailed by critics as a quality spin-off of its predecessor “The Good Wife.” Despite the
The College Heights Herald, Western Kentucky University’s student newspaper, is expecting a lawsuit any day now. But here’s the twist: the expected suit is coming from the university itself. The suit would mark the second time in recent history that a Kentucky university sued its
There aren’t many surprises expected for Fox’s Sunday broadcast of the 51st Super Bowl. Amidst a tumultuous political climate that brings new surprises and news updates daily, there’s one thing viewers can expect to see when they turn on their TVs this Sunday, and that’s
Unpaid internships: the once-slick maneuver for media companies to save on operating costs while gaining able, eager minds looking for “real-world, hands on experience.” Except now, those minds are becoming apt at recognizing their worth – and they’re starting to fight back. In 2011, following his work as an
This fall has been a tricky time for media law. From the Rolling Stone defamation verdict to continued Gawker fallout, journalists are facing a rapidly evolving legal landscape that has only been pushed further into contention by the election results last week. 3. Trump said he would “open
In a YouTube video released Saturday, communications giant AT&T announced plans to purchase media conglomerate Time Warner for $85.4 billion.The merger will see AT&T, which purchased DirectTV last year, take over Time Warner and its vast array of content-producing subsidiaries, including HBO, CNN, and DC Comics. In the
Late last month, National Amusements, the privately-owned entertainment conglomerate run by billionaire Sumner Redstone and daughter Shari Redstone, sent a letter to the boards of CBS and Viacom. The letter requested that the companies explore a merger that would re-unify the currently independently controlled media