Irenic Capital, which owns about 2 percent of News Corp., has taken issue with its potential merger between Fox and News Corp.
"New York Times, not a mention. Of course not. Wall Street Journal -- I don't think -- even mentions Tony Bobulinski."
Scarborough began reading excerpts of the story during his morning show before asking “Did you really just ask that question?"
Those of us traveling spent a lot of time on airplanes, in hotels, and in airport lounges, often with a copy of USA Today tucked under...
“It’s not just me that is saying that Donald Trump is unfit for office,” Cheney said during her appearance on “Fox News Sunday.”
Facebook hasn’t notified the newspaper companies with any indication that it intends to re-up the partnerships in their present state.
CBS News is in the streaming platform game, and it has announced a new team consisting of Anthony Galloway, Kaci Sokoloff, and David Reiter.
All forms of media are competing for time and attention. It’s just a matter of who gets them most frequently, and who has the most loyal...
Hair told the Wall Street Journal that there is a news void in the Black and brown communities that needs to be filled.
The reported hire of Jones marks the first Black executive to run a major cable news network. MSNBC has yet to confirm the news of Jones'...