CBS President and CEO Les Moonves addressed a Las Vegas crowd at the Consumer Electronics Show Wednesday, where he talked about his company, keeping up with changing media landscape and the investment of Stephen Colbert.
Black Reporter, Police Lieutenant Open Up About Being Called ‘Sellouts’ By Police Brutality Protesters In Oakland, San Francisco
A local reporter who’s been covering the Bay Area protests against police brutality opens up about something she was shocked to hear from other people of color.
Bill Cosby broke his silence amid a flood of rape accusations in a very brief interview with The New York Post’s Page Six.
Unexpectedly cheerful and far more chatty than the norm, Colin Kaepernick insisted he takes every part of his job seriously and is working at giving more thoughtful public responses even after poor performances.
With the edge going to cable & Internet, TV has increased its depiction of LGBT characters…
The police shooting of an unarmed man in Missouri has inspired a Twitter hashtag spreading across social media sites.
Internet radio leader Pandora has come to its first-ever direct licensing deal with artists, a wide-ranging agreement with independent label group Merlin that both said would mean higher payments to artists and more play for them on Pandora stations.
Believe it or not, some people still prefer getting their news on paper, so much so that one SF publisher is bringing back the ‘paper boy,’ delivering their print publication by bicycle.
Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Remember all those headlines suggesting the younger crowd was abandoning Facebook? New research says that may not be the case after all.