Jobs wanted to remake television. Apple still has a long way to go.
Ben Lerer of Group Nine Media Inc., has seen the future: it's Facebook's Watch.
A pillar of U.S. media ownership restrictions for more than 40 years has fallen.
Markets are never perfect. Yet for the last eight-and-a-half years, they've been rather magnificent. This will eventually end.
Sinclair has made no mistake about its right-wing politics, or its desire to change long-standing rules over telecommunications.
Facebook's Campbell Brown says the world's largest social media platform will launch a subscription-based news product aimed at informing users, and appeasing publishers.
Arizona's political future will likely hinge on Latino voters, and the Koch brothers' Libre Initiative says it wants to help them help themselves.
The president seeks to silence critical reporting, thrilling his base while keeping him atop the news cycle.
Feature on how Vice Media's television strategy was an expensive bet Shane Smith had to take.
Everybody knew, but no one said anything. At least not in public. The case of Harvey Weinstein shows how difficult it is to stop sexual harassment.