Mar 19, 2013 "Dancing with the Stars" meets the diving board. The new reality show "Splash" tries to grab viewers with a lineup of C-list celebrities. We look at the show, but also at the reality TV equation: There’s not a whole lot to lose on these shows. They’re cheap to produce and if they hit, they can be worth a fortune.
Mar 14, 2013 The Google Reader is going away. Why? Because it was losing users, didn’t make money and what’s good for some of us isn’t necessarily good for Google. That’s the way of the tech world.
Stacey Vanek Smith
Feb 22, 2013 Cable news counts on the ratings bump it gets from sensational trials and other long-running stories.
Feb 18, 2013 A startup called Thirst has just launched an app for iPhone-iPads that is trying to re-invent the way we get news online.
Feb 13, 2013 How does today's news compare to the information technology that was around when the last Pope resigned in 1415?
Nov 6, 2012 The race among the news media to be first to declare states for President Obama or Gov. Romney will be intense. And yet, accuracy is also important. How will news organizations balance the two on election night?
Oct 10, 2012 The new ABC drama "Nashville" is shot in and around the Tennessee city, and local tourism officials are basking in the TV spotlight.
Jul 12, 2012 NBC is reportedly in talks to buy back Microsoft's chunk of MSNBC.com, essentially ending their partnership. Originally the two companies went in together on the telvision news network and the website.
Jul 12, 2012 Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at Gallup, explains how much Americans trust television news, and whether are really impacted by political ads they see on TV.
May 22, 2012 David Westin discusses his 14 years as head of the news division at ABC and whether we can still afford the news in today's world.