A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.
A sale of the venerable publisher of Stephen King and Hillary Clinton could fetch $1.7 billion and rev up consolidation in book publishing.
Pompeo joins other top Republicans in defying the election results: This is your morning tip sheet.
Fox News has lasted through “multiple presidents, and they’re going to be around for multiple more,” said one right-wing media executive.
Some reporters withheld their bylines and questioned the credibility of an article that made the tabloid’s front page on Wednesday.
More than 200,000 people signed a petition drawn up by a former prime minister calling for an examination of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire in Australia.
Increasingly uncomfortable with News Corp’s politics and profit motives, Rupert’s younger son chose chickens and sheep over Fox, and insists he doesn’t watch ‘Succession.’
Fox News, the president’s favored network, will face enormous pressure to call the election for Mr. Trump. The outcome rests on a little-known 65-year-old wonk who will declare the winner.
Kevin Rudd, a former prime minister, lodged a complaint against The Australian for publishing material he called “racist and sexist.”
While his elder brother, Lachlan Murdoch, rises in the family business, James Murdoch has grown more distant from his father’s empire.
A heated dispute between the newsroom and the opinion section of one of the country’s most respected news organizations has spilled into public view.
A letter from a group of Journal reporters and editors calls for “more muscular reporting about race and social inequities,” as well as skepticism toward business and government leaders.
Amid a backlash and an ad boycott, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” is still attracting big audiences, another sign of the nation’s political divide.
The company behind Fox News, Fox Business and the Fox network is guarding against the pandemic’s economic fallout.
The cancellation of an 89th birthday party for Rupert Murdoch highlights a disconnect between his family’s behavior and statements made on air by some Fox commentators.