John Koblin

AT&T's John Tankey: HBO Must Aim for More Engagement, Data Collection

Change is coming to HBO, now that it is part of the AT&T corporate family. John Tankey is a longtime AT&T executive who now oversees HBO in his new role as chief executive of Warner Media.

Roseanne Barr Incites Fury With Racist Tweet, and Her Show Is Canceled by ABC

ABC abruptly canceled “Roseanne” hours after Roseanne Barr, the show’s star and co-creator, posted a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett, an African-American woman who was a senior adviser to Barack Obama throughout his presidency and considered on

Fox Settles With Gretchen Carlson Over Roger Ailes Sex Harassment Claims

The parent company of Fox News said that it had settled a lawsuit with its former anchor Gretchen Carlson, who said that Roger Ailes had sexually harassed her when he was chairman of the network.

Roger Ailes Is Out as Head of Fox News

Roger Ailes stepped down July 21 as chairman and chief executive of Fox News, ending a 20-year reign as head of the cable network he built into a ratings juggernaut and an influential platform for Republican politics.

Roger Ailes’s Exit Is Unlikely to Erode the Fox News Citadel

Will Fox News’s prime-time lineup remain intact? Will the network’s ratings fall back to earth after this wild presidential election? Who could possibly replace Roger Ailes?

Accused of Sexual Harassment, Roger Ailes Is Negotiating Exit From Fox

Roger Ailes’s tenure as the head of Fox News appears to be over.