Following the historic presidential election, the most pressing question on media minds last week was who's Barack Obama going to tap for his administration.
MSNBC yakker Keith Olbermann has reupped with the cabler in a four-year deal.
The two-year presidential horse race was very, very good for the news business, particularly the all-news cablers. Viewership spiked, stars were made and news operations were given frequent…
Google dropped its plans for a joint ad venture with Yahoo on Wednesday after the Dept. of Justice informed them it would file an antitrust lawsuit to block the deal.
At the BBC World News bureau in D.C., offices were turned into makeshift studios to accommodate the special election night broadcast.
The Supreme Court spent an hour on Tuesday morning considering the question of what makes a bad word cross the line to indecency when it's uttered on broadcast TV.
With just hours left in the presidential race, Barack Obama and John McCain put out their final appeals to voters as their industry supporters nervously worked phones, canvassed precincts or stumped…
The Supreme Court is about to hear arguments on a case that could have the most profound effect on federal regulation of broadcasting in 30 years.
A senior lawmaker is pressing the major television networks to refrain from calling the winner of the presidential election until all voting polls have closed Tuesday.
Whether Barack Obama or John McCain wins the presidency next week, the Washington-Hollywood social nexus is likely to change.
MSNBC favors Barack Obama, Fox News Channel favors John McCain, and CNN is somewhere in the middle in its political coverage, though CNN is generally more negative than other media outlets, according…