Journalists waiting for deep-pocketed owners to buy their news organizations are ignoring the reality that the industry has failed to develop a viable business model.
In January, the Fox News host was said to have agreed to a $32 million settlement with a former network analyst, the largest of his known payouts.
Turning Point USA's overtures to the youth are embarrassing.
Daniel Libit has broken news about the University of New Mexico athletic department in a singularly specific quest to uncover wrongdoing in college sports.
Whatever it turns out to be (if it turns out to be anything), the Scaramucci Post is off to a rough start, thanks to a hugely offensive Twitter poll it posted this morning.
A viral archaeology story has been largely debunked — but that doesn't mean Vikings didn't interact with Muslims.
The double-standard for white shooters is more than just "lone wolf."
Reporter Ronan Farrow ultimately took the piece to The New Yorker after facing months of opposition at his home network.
Five years and as many pivots after founding Medium, Ev Williams has a new scheme to revitalize the site and reinvent online journalism. Will anyone trust him?
NBC News says Farrow didn't have the goods. Farrow's team says the story was just as strong when he was working on it with NBC. Weinstein has a long business relationship with NBC Universal. Here's what we know.
Before slashed budgets, before pivots to video, it was a magical place to come of age as a writer.
"Dirty John" is a podcast, a longform series and a total masterpiece of true-crime storytelling.
Facebook made nearly $27 billion last year, but the tech giant can't seem to figure out how to fix its fake news problem on its own.
Murdoch's bare-knuckle tacts are familiar to his many media enemies. Now his sights are set on Silicon Valley, and fellow media executives are starting to think the billionaire villain behind Fox News isn't so bad.
A cache of documents obtained by BuzzFeed News reveals the truth about Steve Bannon's alt-right "killing machine."
The site has a pattern of creating erroneous articles for non-notable people that capture search traffic after tragic news events.
Trevor Noah explains that the mass shooter — a white 64-year-old multi-millionaire with no criminal record — doesn't fit any profile of any mass shooter, and that's making thing's really tough for Fox.
A media property without a website or reporters? Arm in a sling, the former Trump aide explains his notion.
As the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting continues to unfold, with at least 59 dead and more than 500 injured, newspapers across the nation took stock of the situation.
As podcast makers struggle to expand their audience, they're turning to a previously untapped demographic: children.
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