The media is still reeling from the Harvey Weinstein fallout as more women start to speak out.
NBC is in some hot water after an explosive HuffPo revealed that they may have tried to stop the Weinstein investigation.
Her first week on morning television had a rocky start.
As the Trump administration continues, news networks are making big moves to stay relevant and on top of the ratings game.
“Inauthentic” Russian-linked Facebook accounts and pages were found to have bought ~3,000 ads on the social media site.
The “summer blockbuster” has hit a low – can modern start-ups bring film fever back to theatres?
Columbia’s new data journalism program comes at a steep price, and an opportune time.
CNN evidently has the real name of reddit user HanAssholeSolo, and a controversial phrase in one of their pieces sent the internet into a journalistic ethics-frenzy.
ABC recently settled a $1.9 billion lawsuit, pulling into question Constitutional rights of the press and self-censorship.
CBS, CNN, NBC, and other networks have attempted to woo advertisers at their Upfront presentations – but will it work in this new media landscape?