Over at Bloomberg, an inside source reports that the FCC has just voted to allow cable companies to override local caps on cable pricing, effectively allowing cable companies to charge whatever they like for all broadcast TV — including when it comes from local channels. Read more...
This week, Bloomberg is hiring a planning editor, and CBS News needs a producer. Meanwhile, PBS NewsHour is looking for an audience engagement specialist, as well as a general assignment producer. Get the scoop on these openings below,...Show More Summary
Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images By TALI ARBEL NEW YORK -- Charter Communications (CHTR) is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion, creating one of the largest TV and Internet providers in the U.S. The deal comes a month...Show More Summary
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen has been hired by Bloomberg Television as a World Affairs contributor, announced the news organization on Wednesday. \"I am excited to help Bloomberg viewers around the world better understand the...Show More Summary
In an interview with Democratic voters from Iowa that aired last night on Bloomberg TV, Mark Halperin asked whether they could name an accomplishment from Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Not a single person on the panel could name something that the former New York Senator had achieved in that position.
For his With All Due Respect show on Bloomberg TV, Mark Halperin sat down with a focus group of Iowa Democratic voters to discuss Hillary Clinton's prospects for the 2016 presidential election.
May 14 — TV Personality and Entrepreneur Kim Kardashian West and Glu Mobile CEO Nicolo De Masi discuss the success of Kardashian’s mobile game. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Hillary Clinton’s tactics of avoiding making public statements except for random tweets rubbed Bloomberg TV host Mark Halperin the wrong way.
Ted Cruz dealt with the dumb questions very well, which asked if he liked Cuban food, Cuban music and considered himself a Hispanic. Mark Halperin cannot be considered a serious journalist for his search for that one “gotcha” questi...
In an interview with Bloomberg TV bond billionaire Bill Gross said that the amount of money he's about to donate to charity is "staggering, even to" himself. So imagine what you and I might think. "We'll give everything that we haveShow More Summary
Today, Bloomberg TV's Mark Halperin inadequately apologized for his conduct and line of questioning during an April 30 interview of GOP presidential candidate which came off as rude and racist to many who saw it — well, basically because...Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV host and foremost political analyst Mark Halperin has been subjected to bipartisan ridicule all weekend after video circulated of his cringe-inducing interview with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), largely focused on the presidential candidate's Cuban heritage and connection with Latino voters.
Mark Halperin's truly cringe-worthy interview with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) may have aired April 30 on Bloomberg TV, but somehow we the media missed it until a San Jose Mercury-News columnist tore it apart over the weekend.
Bloomberg TV host Mark Halperin drew a serious rhetorical beating from columnist Ruben Navarrette over his prove-you’re-a-Cuban line of questioning to Ted Cruz on his program With All Due Respect. (The “respect” seemed to be missing,...Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV’s John Heilemann said that this awful honesty rating cannot possibly help boost Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential ambitions at all. He’s right.
Bloomberg TV admits that things aren’t getting any better for Hillary Clinton the 2016 Democratic candidate:
Bloomberg has made several promotions to its team. Details are below. Otis Bilodeau has been named global executive editor for TV. He previously served as executive editor for finance and investing. Christine Harper will succeed Bilodeau. Show More Summary
Bloomberg TV's star anchor Stephanie Ruhle and her husband, Andy Hubbard, are selling their beautiful Tribeca condo for $5.2 million. Ruhle is the cohost of "Market Makers" and Hubbard is currently a portfolio manager at UBS O'Connor (multi-strategy hedge fund) where he runs their structured credit strategies. Show More Summary
Instead of E!, viewers had to make do with C-Span and Bloomberg TV.
This week, Bloomberg is hiring a TV producer, while Fox News needs an associate producer for Money With Melissa Francis. Nickelodeon is seeking a senior director of press and communications, and MSNBC is on the hunt for a senior producer for Hardball With Chris Matthews. Show More Summary