Bloomberg News Replaces Founding Editor Matthew Winkler
December 10 2014 1:44 AM EST
The announcement comes soon after Michael Bloomberg said he would reprise his role as full-time leader of the company in 2015.
The Media’s Tech-Billionaire Problem
December 05 2014 1:00 PM EST
Chris Hughes, Pierre Omidyar and Jeff Bezos are trying to inject tech magic into the media industry. Why isn’t it working?
Digital Media Not Hurting TV Just Yet
December 03 2014 5:37 PM EST
A new report by ratings giant Nielsen shows a surprising coexistence between traditional TV viewing and booming digital consumption.
In Contract Battle, Union Journalists Run Out Of Time
December 02 2014 3:46 PM EST
The Newspaper Guild of New York says Time Inc.'s effort to outsource union jobs violates labor laws.
A City Of Cord Cutters
November 14 2014 10:25 AM EST
Over the last three months, the cable industry has lost enough pay-TV subscribers to fill a small city.
Ebola Can’t Keep A Good Mouse Down
November 04 2014 4:03 PM EST
Disney is expected to report double-digit profit gains Thursday despite concerns that Ebola-related anxiety could impact its theme parks.
AMC Jumps The Gun In DirecTV Dispute Over 'Walking Dead'
November 03 2014 1:46 PM EST
AMC and DirecTV are stuck in a publicity war over a potential blackout of "The Walking Dead" with the satellite television provider.
At Marvel, Diversity Is Heroic
October 28 2014 6:07 PM EDT
A female-driven “Captain Marvel” and a movie based on “Black Panther” are both in the works at Disney’s Marvel.
Broadway Actors Booted From Health Plan In Obamacare Fallout
October 27 2014 3:04 PM EDT
Older members of Actors’ Equity Association say they feel cast aside by a union that had promised to look out for them.
Why Is NBC Struggling On Friday Nights?
October 27 2014 2:23 PM EDT
NBC is having trouble finding ratings on Friday nights with "Grimm" and "Constantine."
How Does 'The Hobbit' Budget Compare To Other Blockbuster Trilogies?
October 23 2014 2:20 PM EDT
With "The Battle of the Five Armies" due out in December, the budget for "The Hobbit" movies totals nearly $750 million.
Cancel 'Dallas'? Not So Fast, Fans Say
October 04 2014 6:25 PM EDT
Loyal fans of TNT's recently canceled 'Dallas' argue that traditional ratings are not the only metric that matters anymore.
Exodus Continues At Gawker Media's Jezebel
October 03 2014 3:48 PM EDT
Dodai Stewart, deputy editor of Jezebel, is the latest of a number of staffers to leave the website.
Comcast Sued After Horrific Home Automation Service Breakdowns
October 02 2014 5:48 PM EDT
A Washington State couple are suing Comcast after they said its home security system didn’t work as promised.
How Many People Are Watching Netflix Anyway?
October 02 2014 3:13 PM EDT
Streaming companies are the future of TV, but when it comes to audience measurement, we’re completely clueless.
Is The Network TV Season Still Relevant?
October 02 2014 6:53 AM EDT
New numbers suggest the continued relevance of the network television model after the fall premiere week.
New York Times Will Eliminate About 100 Newsroom Jobs
October 01 2014 9:53 AM EDT
The New York Times announced on Wednesday a plan to eliminate about 100 newsroom jobs to "control our costs."
Canadian Businesses Busted In Mass Intern Blitz
September 30 2014 5:21 PM EDT
Ontario labor officials inspected internship programs at 56 businesses and found 42 percent of them broke the law.
Lousy Comcast Service Is ‘Simply Not Acceptable For New York’
September 30 2014 2:08 PM EDT
Comcast’s low-ranked customer service is under scrutiny in New York as officials there delay their merger vote.
Some Teen Spirit Deodorant To Go With That Nirvana Video?
September 29 2014 5:45 PM EDT
Universal Music Group announced a deal Monday that would allow retroactive product placement in some of its videos.