Americans increasingly consume their news via mobile devices rather than at their desktops, though they spend more time online when they are on their computers, according to the Pew Research Center’s…
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CNN is working to make the flood of information on Twitter a more reliable source for its reporting. The Time Warner-owned cable outlet said it had partnered with Dataminr, a New York-based company…
TV news aficionados have long grown accustomed to the round-the-clock chatter emanating from boob-tube newsrooms. More of that talk these days is about the news outlets themselves. Fox News Channel…
MSNBC markets itself as a place for discussion and community. Yet when bombs explode at the Boston Marathon or unrest shatters Egypt, viewers want information first, and analysis — even solutions…
How legit is that star’s Facebook page? We’re about to find out. Taking a page from rival Twitter’s playbook, Facebook has announced it is slowly rolling out “verified” pages for celebrities…
By the end of May 2014, the cultural behemoth known as "TV News" will no longer include Barbara Walters, arguably its best known link to the medium's earliest days.
The run up to Tuesday and Wednesday’s historic Supreme Court hearings on same-sex marriage is being greeted by an array of up-close-and-personal profiles of plaintiffs, change-of-opinion reversals…
The influence Hispanic voters exerted at the ballot box on Tuesday reflects the seismic demographic shifts that are driving the biz's major congloms to invest in Latino-targeted media.
Is Jon Stewart the Most Trusted Man in America?" asked the New York Times last August in a lengthy Arts & Leisure profile. Earlier in 2008, Vanity Fair placed "The Daily Show" host No. 44 on its…
The media hasn't been "in the tank" for Barack Obama so much as it has been down on John McCain, according to a new study.
When it comes to bolstering America's image abroad, showbiz could teach the State Dept. a thing or two about reaching its intended audience.