A former San Diego TV executive received a new criminal charge of money laundering on Tuesday in connection with a college admissions scandal.
A newspaper’s acquisition of a small TV station in Missouri create a rare regional monopoly where a single broadcast operation owns all local stations.
A Bakersfield newspaper says it pulled a lengthy autopsy report detailing the final moments of a former area news anchor’s life.
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Utah student and East Bay Times journalism intern Alison Berg has been criticized for using the Carr Fire to gleefully push for paid subscriptions.
KCRA is ending its news partnership with KFBK and will no longer make its news reports or on-air personalities available to the station.
Jeff Bauman, Sr., the father of Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman, has emerged as a skeptic over a string of pipe bombs sent to prominent media figures and Democratic lawmakers over the last week.
A local television crew was the victim of an early morning robbery in which thieves took off with camera equipment, according to a news release.
From The Archive
Facebook is testing a video feature for its photo sharing social network Instagram similar in function to Twitter’s Vine.
Reuters news reports lack a disclosure noting that their corporate parent has a $7 million contract with the federal immigration agency.
Bloomberg will pick up distribution of the University of Michigan consumer confidence survey starting in January 2015.
The operator of one of the Internet’s largest gore websites says it will not allow users to redistribute a video showing the beheading of an American war correspondent in Iraq.