Historically, there have been far fewer women than men in news organizations, but that model appears to be changing.
The problem is more than conservative bias. Many broadcast stations also fail to cover important issues in their local communities.
Does the age of Trump signal a new era of McCarthyism—or worse, an American brand of fascism?
If the world’s most popular sport is going to take hold in this country, the NCAA, Major League Soccer and the national sports media need to hype the college game—and get it on TV.
The interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman came under scrutiny as new evidence points to abuses of power.
The Intercept reporter says the legendary Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite would not have been able to keep their jobs in today's corporate framework, which has "neutered journalism and drained it of all its vitality and passion, reducing journalists to stenography drones."
Donald Trump receives far more media coverage than any other candidate running for the presidency. As this video explains, his relationship with U.S. news outlets is symbiotic: He gets the exposure he needs and the outlets get the bombast and controversy, as well as the ratings, they crave. Media expert Robert McChesney and others discuss how the Trump phenomenon is playing out on our airwaves.
The Ohio Republican may be too much of a maverick to get the nomination for the top job, but his anti-environment record could be just the ticket to the vice presidential spot.
A Baltimore Fox station has apologized for what it calls "an honest misunderstanding."
It's merger mania, with AT&T going after DirecTV and Comcast looking to gobble up Time Warner Cable -- not to be confused with Time Warner Inc., another cable company that is now the object of Rupert Murdoch's appetite.