The Chicago-based owner of the Los Angeles Times is expected to announce it is selling the newspaper in a surprise move that probably spells the end of its long-troubled relationship with Southern California’s leading news outlet.
Using Skype, the video-call app, the White House has extended the daily question-and-answer sessions for the first time to people in far-flung locales.
Once again, Shepard Smith is doing cleanup on aisle Fox.
In an age of partisan media, the lines between “partisan” and “media” can sometimes blur.
Over four days in early August, Donald Trump gave interviews to four TV stations in Ohio, Florida and Maine, and to the Washington bureau of a national TV chain.
John Gizzi, the chief political correspondent for the conservative Newsmax Media news group, is enjoying newfound access at the White House.
I’m writing because I have a request: Please stop calling us “the media.” Yes, in some sense, we are the media. But not in the blunt way you use the phrase. It’s so imprecise and generic that it has lost any meaning.
Donald Trump’s campaign has denied press credentials to a number of disfavored media organizations, including The Washington Post, but on July 27, the campaign of his running mate, Gov Mike Pence (R-IN), went even further.
[Commentary] The balloons have already been stuffed into the rafters. The nominee is already known. The story lines are few.
If “Meet the Press” moderator David Gregory were a guest on his own show, he knows the kinds of questions he’d be asked.
Why have your ratings been falling? Is the show in trouble? Is your job in trouble?