Time Magazine, Fortune Are Put on Block by New Owner Meredith
Google is offering publishers sweeter terms as part of a new subscriber tool, sources say.
CBS Is Said to Plan to Air Stormy Daniels Interview March 25
Google users who subscribe to newspapers will find articles from them appearing higher in their search results.
Better Call HR: Demand for Training Videos Surges in #MeToo Era
NBC Vows to Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Shows Less Often
CBS has long taken pride in being the most-watched TV network. It may need a new slogan.
Las Vegas Sands Sells Casino in Pennsylvania for $1.3 Billion
Univision Scraps U.S. IPO Plans, Citing Unfavorable Markets
Discovery Eyes Global HGTV Expansion as Scripps Deal Closes
The audience for Sunday’s Oscar telecast tumbled from a year ago.
News Corp. CEO Wields Words as Weapon in Battle Against Facebook
John Malone Is Assembling the Pieces to Build a Radio Empire
Comcast's Roberts Has Anti-Murdoch Card to Play in Bid for Sky
Nutrisystem Blames Poor Results on Low Ratings at CNN, Fox News
Gothamist Site Rescued by Public Radio After Ricketts Folded It
The layoffs at Vox Media are yet another sign of upheaval in digital media.
AT&T Intensifies Battle for Time Warner by Targeting Trump Role
NBC's Olympics Audience Drops 6%, and Network Declares Victory
Charter Adds Video Customers, a Rare Feat in the Cable Business