"I respect publishers and media executives who’ll put out good, true, provocative stories."
"She's going to take care of those people."
He starts Monday
He credits the show he shot on his iPhone that led to his new position at Michigan State University
"Wild Night" at Rockefeller Center.
Sinclair had $2.2 billion in revenue in 2015
A new TV series focusing on Michael Jackson is in the works, with heavyweight producer J.J. Abrams behind the project. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that “Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days”...
Fox News, CNN and MSNBC each delivered double digit year-over-year gains this past week.
FX Networks today announced a pickup of three additional seasons for the racy FX spy comedy “Archer.” The animated program, which wrapped up its seventh season earlier this month, will return for an eight-episode season eight in 2017, to be...
CBS has released its prime-time schedule for fall, with premieres for the 2016-17 TV season staggered over a period of seven weeks. The premieres get under way with “Thursday Night Football” on Sept. 15 and run through Oct. 27, when...
Expected to be back on Fox later this year.
The Rachel Maddow Show delivered its strongest Monday performance in the demo in over 3 months.
The FAA says the new rules could bring in more than $82 billion for the U.S. economy
The Radio Television Digital News Association announced the winners of the national Edward R. Murrow Awards today, and for the third consecutive year, ABC News won the overall excellence award for network television while ABC News Radio won overall excellence...
The second installment of Legends & Lies: The Patriots was the top cable news program in prime time, though it was down from the June 5th season premiere.
Fox News won Saturday in total viewers, led by Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro. CNN easily beat the competition in the news demo.
Celebrities and athletes too are being paid by Facebook.
"...I guess in a rapid fashion, we have a lot of openings on air."
Telemundo says it plans on hiring in its local newsrooms to help produce the new show.
Disney is ready to expand the reach of its lucrative “Frozen” franchise, including creating a series of animated shorts that will air on the Disney Channel. “The company says Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven from the blockbuster 2013 animated film...