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Layoffs and buyouts have rocked the media industry, claiming over 3,000 jobs in 2019. The latest were at MAD Magazine, Quartz, and Meredith.
A Fox News host fact-checked the Trump administration’s climate record during the president’s speech about his environmental achievements
Fox News host Shepard Smith cited a New York Times report to fact-check President Donald Trump about the administration's environmental record.
State-controlled Chinese media made no mention of Hong Kong's Monday protests, despite thousands taking to the streets and police hurling tear gas.
HuffPost continues to host articles, some written by celebrities like Jenny McCarthy and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., that link vaccines to autism.
Sotheby’s, the 275-year-old auction house, is getting acquired by billionaire media mogul Patrick Drahi
Sotheby's shares spiked nearly 60% Monday after the New York-based business said Drahi's BidFair USA was taking it private.
Fox News hosts and CNN’s Jim Acosta squabble over book sales and political bias in quintessential cable news feud
CNN correspondent Jim Acosta described the Fox News hosts as "Trump's chief propagandists at Fox."
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashes out at Axios and Politico cofounder after he calls her ‘the Donald Trump of the Democratic Party’
"Yikes. The CEO of a news media company is almost a *full year late* to one of the laziest takes of 2018," Ocasio-Cortez said.
CEO of local newspaper giant GateHouse Media acknowledged ‘sizeable’ layoffs in memo after parent company CEO tried to downplay the cuts
GateHouse CEO Kirk Davis briefly touched on layoffs that gutted local newsrooms across the US in an internal memo.
Local-newspaper giant GateHouse Media is laying off journalists across the US in cuts their CEO is calling ‘immaterial’
The local-newspaper giant GateHouse Media is conducting another round of layoffs. In an interview, the company's CEO called them "not material."
Liberty Media CEO Gregory Maffei called Sinclair's purchase of Fox sports networks from Disney a "perversion of public policy."