“Now with Alex Wagner” is having an all women’s hour today for its second annual “Women in Leadership” show.
“As far as women have come — both politically and socially — the fundamental issue of equality still remains,” Wagner told TVNewser.
Salon.com reports MSNBC primetime host Chris Hayes met with disgruntled employees of NBC-owned Peacock Productions in the midst of a heated union battle with the network.
Hayes is one of five prime-time MSNBC hosts – along with Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, Lawrence O’Donnell and Ed Schult
Lea Gabrielle is joining Fox News as a general assignment reporter for “Shepard Smith Reporting,” TVNewser has learned. Gabrielle will make her Fox News debut December 16.
For the past two years, Gabrielle has been a military reporter for KNSD, the NBC owned station in San Diego. Before
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was grilled by reporters at this afternoon’s briefing over a lack of photographer access to President Obama.
The exchange comes after the New York Times published an opinion piece from AP photography director Santiago Lyon who took the administration to t
Appsfire is abandoning its popular app discovery service for iOS and Android to focus on mobile ad tech
Appsfire is ditching its renowned app discovery service on iOS and Android in order to shift its business towards its new developer-focused native mobile advertizing solution. It’s not like the... Keep reading →
Almost one year after the BBC first launched a dedicated Sport app for mobile, starting with iOS before hitting Android and Kindle Fire (7″), the broadcaster has finally optimized the... Keep reading →
I’ve always felt that the Daily Show should do more financial stuff, and there’s no doubt that Wednesday’s piece on Blackstone was funny. But it was also extremely credulous about a single Bloomberg article from October.
We’ve reached a point, in financial media, where nimble digital companies have finally managed to build up the ability to constitute a real threat to the incumbent giants.
Picture China: Nanjing Massacre Remembrances, Traditional Tie-Dyes
The day's China news in pictures: Protesters burn Japanese naval flags and students light candles to mark the 76th anniversary of the Nanjing massacre, a woman uses traditional tie-dye techniques in Yunnan, an explosion traps more than 20 at a coal mine in Xinjiang, and more.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Gina McCarthy had an overarching message during meetings with senior Chinese leaders in Beijing this week: Cleaning up the environment is vital to China’s economy.
By Russell Leigh Moses
The Chinese Communist Party's latest reform effort begins at home.
On Wednesday, the Central Committee for Discipline Inspection announced a new set of regulations, outlining a reform of the residence system through which high-ranking officials were taking further a