The 2016 presidential race is rewriting the political rulebook, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the case of advertising. Judy Woodruff talks to Elizabeth Wilner of Kantar Media and Ken Goldstein of the University of San Francisco to…
By Nick Corcodilos
It’s critical to establish a strong reputation for expertise — but do it in venues where a professional community congregates to learn and to share ideas.
By Joshua Barajas
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Spanish-language TV giant Univision announced it acquired a controlling stake of The Onion, the humor site whose fictitious headlines have fooled many a politician.
By Joshua Barajas
The American arm of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera network will shut down on April 30, less than three years it debuted as an alternative in the world of cable broadcast news.
By Gwen Ifill
At a time when covering a presidential campaign means sorting through your definitions of dishonesty, bigotry and intolerance, being reasonable seems to be a dodge.
Time magazine named German Chancellor Angela Merkel its Person of the Year on Wednesday, calling her “Chancellor of the Free World” in an article that traced her success back to her upbringing in East Germany.
By Connie Cass, Associated Press
Don't believe everything you see tweeted, shared or posted about the millennial generation being uninformed. A sizable group of these young adults — 4 of every 10 — actively seeks out the news, an analysis of their media habits finds.
Ahead of the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards this Sunday, can you guess which Emmy-nominated show these critics praised or bashed?…
By Corinne Segal
Female leaders are leading the push for more diversity in television, both on-camera and behind the scenes, according to a new study.
By Colleen Shalby
The three-year-old boy’s name was Aylan Kurdi. His family was one of many trying to escape Syria’s civil war for Greece when their boat capsized. Eleven others drowned, including his five-year-old brother and their mother.
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