Media

  • April 4, 2000  

    Microsoft Deputy Counsel Brad Smith talks about the government’s antitrust ruling against his company. Continue reading

  • April 4, 2000  

    Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein talks about the federal antitrust ruling against Microsoft Corp. Klein led the government’s case against the software giant. Continue reading

  • April 3, 2000  

    Following analysis of the legal decision, four experts discuss how Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson’s ruling will affect Microsoft’s future. Continue reading

  • April 3, 2000  

    George Washington University Law Professor William Kovacic analyzes Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson’s decision. Continue reading

  • March 30, 2000  

    Some media groups say the public will be better served if networks give presidential candidates free air time on nightly newscasts. Others say television already provides enough time, and requiring more would infringe on editorial freedom. Media correspondent Terence Smith analyzes the issue. Continue reading

  • March 29, 2000  

    Television reporters cooperated with police during a 98-hour hostage standoff outside Baltimore this month, airing or withholding information as requested. Continue reading

  • March 29, 2000  

    Television reporters cooperated with police during a 98-hour hostage standoff outside Baltimore this month, airing or withholding information as requested. Media correspondent Terence Smith leads a discussion on reporter-source cooperation. Continue reading

  • March 21, 2000  

    Last week the Tribune Co. bought the Times Mirror Co. in a deal worth $8 billion, and the Hearst Co. sold the San Francisco Examiner so it can buy the San Francisco Chronicle. Media correspondent Terence Smith examines this round of media buying and selling. Continue reading

  • March 16, 2000   BY  

    This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a work exclusively in electronic format. First-day sales of "Riding the Bullet" surpassed first-day sales of all King’s best-selling books on paper. Continue reading

  • March 16, 2000  

    This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a story exclusively in electronic format. Media correspondent Terence Smith examines the impact of e-books with two literary experts. Continue reading