Reporters at Bloomberg News have long objected to an editorial policy that precludes coverage of its parent company, Bloomberg L.P., or its billionaire founder and owner, Michael Bloomberg. Those concerns resurfaced on Sunday when Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait announced that in light of Bloomberg’s formal entrance
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders privately admitted to misleading reporters during a press conference on May 10, 2017.
CNN names former Department of Justice spokeswoman as new political editor.
At a recent Washington Post Live event, media heavy-hitters talked about the state of “fake news” today.
Rachel Maddow’s report on Trump’s 2005 tax returns caused quite a stir – but did the news really live up to the hype?
Following a comprehensive web redesign, The GW Hatchet has removed the comments section from its website. The Hatchet is the latest in a series of news organizations to remove the comments section from their websites over the last few years. “The Hatchet aims to use
Against all of the odds, Trump has won the Electoral College despite every other political pundit swearing the candidate had limited paths to victory and the chances were not in his favor. In light of initially unfathomable results, the media has attempted to explain how
Last night’s debate was one for the books. Boasting an average of 84 million viewers across the 13 television channels that were broadcasting it, the Trump-Clinton debate has become the most-watched debate in American history, according to Nielsen. It is estimated that “many millions” also
MediaFile staff and readers will be tweeting with #MFDebates for each of the four major debates. Monday night, 9:00 PM Eastern: All eyes will be watching the first presidential debate of the 2016 cycle, and it has widely been considered a make-or-break moment for the
On August 17, National Public Radio (NPR) announced that it will remove its comment section from the website. Scott Montgomery, NPR’s digital media editor, took to the publication’s website to explain that “the comment sections on NPR.org stories are not providing useful experience for the