As a result of cuts to newsrooms, PR is becoming more dominant. That’s a problem in the era of online misinformation.
A small newspaper chain in West Virginia is making big headlines of its own after it filed a federal lawsuit last week against Facebook and Google for alleged monopolistic practices.
The Sinclair Broadcast Group is readying the launch of three radio stations via its next-generation ATSC 3.0 signal in Seattle.
CNN and MSNBC thrived on scandal during the Trump presdiency. Now that he’s almost gone, executives are worried about the future of cable news.
A new era in Washington politics brings a new set of challenges for the American news media.
The move shows financial strength in a company that’s barely three years old — and helps teach the old media guard some new tricks about long-term goodwill.
Movie theaters are on life support. How will the film industry adapt?
Financial loss was the goal of last week’s attack — but bad actors could have more-nefarious intentions when conducting social media hacks in the future.
Twitter mediates so much in the public sphere that weak points — like last week’s compromise of several dozen verified accounts — expose weaker points in society.
Today’s dads are putting more time into caring for their children, so why are sitcom dads still portrayed as silly and foolish?