Just months ago, the possible merger between Sinclair Broadcasting and Tribune Media wouldn't have been legal.
The problem is more than conservative bias. Many broadcast stations also fail to cover important issues in their local communities.
The television host has been hit with allegations of sexual misconduct in the past, but this time he didn't emerge unscathed.
The majority of “news” items reported on Fox apparently can’t stand up to dispassionate inquiry.
To hear the many howls of protest from conservatives, you'd think that a handful of emails demonstrates that Hillary Clinton's campaign is a nest of anti-Catholics.
Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch is already meddling in his recent acquisition; Republican front-runner Ben Carson is fielding allegations that he lied about trying to stab a classmate when he was a child; and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still dealing with the fallout from his absurd statements regarding the Holocaust. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The other night I phoned a former GOP congressmen with whom I’d worked on legislation in the ’90s. I wanted his take on something: Are the presidential hopefuls really as weird as they seem?
One of the authors of a study that the Murdoch-owned rag used this week to try to scare voters into believing the progressive candidate's federal budget proposals would be prohibitively expensive says that in actuality the Sanders plan would cost the country far less than what it would normally spend.
In the business world, Donald Trump is more Rupert Murdoch's peer than his subject -- but when it comes to the Republican front-runner's patented propensity to galvanize the press and cultivate his all-important brand, he has, in part, Murdoch to thank.
Choosing a fitting communication platform to underscore his Silicon Valley background, Flickr-cofounder-turned-Slack-CEO Stewart Butterfield excoriated The Wall Street Journal editorial staff in a series of tweets Sunday evening.