Texas Gov. George W. Bush manned his defenses on the campaign trail today, after being accused of including a subliminal message in an anti-Gore ad.
After operating under bankruptcy protection since early July, troubled crime news site APBnews.com was sold at auction today to SafetyTips.com for $575,000.
The finale of summer blockbuster "Survivor" propelled many local CBS affiliates to the top of the ratings charts, but WBBM-Chicago's troubled "no frills" evening newscast managed only second place.
Russian officials today seized financial and personnel files from the offices of Media-Most, a media holding company whose owner's arrest last month sparked charges of a government crackdown on press freedom.
Russian media mogul Vladimir Gusinsky, arrested Tuesday on embezzlement charges, was freed Friday by Russian authorities.
Russian authorities yesterday arrested the head of a media organization often critical of President Vladimir Putin and his government. But Putin today denied the tycoon's arrest was punishment for criticizing the Kremlin.
Television news viewers during this year's primary season were more likely to see a campaign advertisement than a campaign news story.
If you get most of your news from Web sites like this one, a new study says you're not alone.
Military investigators have found a document in which Army officials instructed U.S. warplanes to fire on groups of South Korean refugees fleeing toward American lines during the Korean War's early days, CBS News reported.
Although a recent study showed Internet employment is on the rise, several cash-strapped media sites on the Web are slashing jobs.
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