The people truly interested in the Times are limited to a smaller and smaller circle. And yet, for us, the Times is -- as well as a dying way of life -- an irresistible soap opera.
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Huffington Post political reporter Jason Linkins appeared on CNBC Friday to discuss the threats facing California's film industry. CNBC's Julia Boors...
Rupert Murdoch is mad as hell about the Internet and is going to do something about it.
Forget about whether Apple buying Twitter is a boneheaded move. Here's what it is: It isn't a Steve Jobs move. This is the first sign of the post-Jobs Apple.
Michael Wolff depends entirely on working journalists to make his case that newspapers suck. Wolff can't source a blog without the Times, but we're supposed to renounce the paper?
If only ever-so-slowly, it may have caught up with the Times that its future hangs in the balance of economic recovery.
With the announcement of the imminent resignation of Justice Souter, we get a close-up view of what an odd bird he is.
According to Michael Wolff, the Drudge Report is a long-gone bygone, little more than the "leftover" tatters of transitional late 1990s media.
As the WHO raises its warning to just this side of official pandemic, and Joe Biden tells his family to avoid confined spaces, the backlash is also setting in.
Everywhere there is the obvious, almost pained, inability to criticize Obama on his first hundred days. Here's the reasonable question to ask of a person who is universally loved: Is he a fake?
Nobody's going to cast an uncritical vote for a 79-year-old if there's a sentient alternative.
Except, of course, the Democratic president of the United States.
The reporters at yesterday's White House press briefing were determined to make swine flu not just big news, but practically Watergate.
I've been writing about Steve Rattner pretty steadily for five or six years. He's been one of my favorite characters from the age of financial ambition.
It's sad to think that journalistic standards, and reliability, is slipping away as magazines and newspapers shut down. But this is creating a great Hollywood close-up for the humble fact-checker.
You wouldn't necessarily think that the right wing would want to distinguish itself by its enthusiasm for torture, but that's clearly the message Sean Hannity is gleefully sending.
MICHAEL Wolff is finally free to flaunt his girlfriend. The bald, trout-pouted Vanity Fair writer, 55, has been carrying on a steamy public affair wit...
There's the letter from the Times threatening criminal prosecution that arrived in our offices at Newser the other day.
In Michael Wolff's book, he serves lots of candy and cat food as he tells the story of Murdoch's rise from scion of a smallish Australian newspaper empire to master of the universe in today's media world.
Rush Limbaugh is taking heat from all sides for his comments about hoping President Obama's administration is a failure. Bill Bennett disagreed with ...
I don't know of anyone now -- at least anyone who isn't employed by the Times -- who believes that the business, as currently organized and managed, can survive.
Jon Stewart hosted Michael Wolff, author of Rupert Murdoch bioraphy "The Man Who Owns The News," Tuesday night on "The Daily Show."
Stewart, who has ...
The Huffington Post's Sam Stein reported last week that Amazon sales for Michael Wolff's much-hyped biography of Rupert Murdoch, The Man Who Owns The ...
Rupert Murdoch is the greatest media owner in history because he built a little company into a huge one, cracked the outrageous London print unions, b...
Judith Regan has had enough.
The most-talked-about publisher in bookdom has brushed off two unflattering profiles by her former college pal Michael W...
Despite getting very good play by the press, Michael Wolff's new book on Rupert Murdoch is not burning up the best-seller lists.
"The Man Who Owns Th...
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