During a panel discussion earlier this week previewing the new TV season, I worried, in regard to journalism, that “the metabolism of the Web is making us stupid.” Aaron Sorkin is equally concerned —…
I was eating lunch when the news hit that a “'Walking Dead' actress” had been implicated in mailing ricin-tinged letters to President Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Then I clicked on the…
Washington D.C. this weekend will be full of entertainment industry figures, the spotlight of national and international media and very intense security, but the accepted conventional wisdom is that…
Like a lot of people, perhaps especially during the run-up to the election and Hurricane Sandy, I find myself checking the Huffington Post several times a day. It rewards me with frequent updates…
For most of his short tenure as AOL's topper, Tim Armstrong has remained steadfastly on point: His mission is to create the premier digital content company.
AOL is making its biggest bet yet that it can succeed as an online content company, announcing just after midnight Monday that it was acquiring the heavily-trafficked Huffington Post for $315 million.
It wasn't so long ago that the chance to visit a movie set, attend a junket or interview top Hollywood talent was a privilege reserved for a small network of print and TV journalists.