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With Tucker Carlson out, are Fox News' advertisers back in?
Whether or not mainstream ad dollars return to Carlson's time slot, the cable news business model isn't likely to change much.
News is a business. Is that leaving communities out of the loop?
In "News for the Rich, White, and Blue,” Nikki Usher looks at how the news business determines what’s covered and what isn’t.
It's been quite a decade for the business of news
Former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson's new book chronicles changes in the media business model.
It's Facebook and Google versus the newspaper industry
An alliance of news outlets wants special permission to bargain collectively when dealing with Facebook and Google.
Here's why so much news seems to break late in the day
Even the White House is said to dread what's coming at cocktail hour on the East Coast.
Flight 370: Mystery, maybe tragedy, big news
News media are going to extreme lengths - like doing stories like this - to get a slice of the audience pie.
Washington Post puts up paywall
The Washington Post is erecting a paywall. It’s one in a long list of newspapers that are trying this business model. So, how's it working out for them?
Barry Diller looks to sell off Newsweek, 6 months after magazine goes all-digital
Media mogul Barry Diller, who runs Newsweek’s parent company IAC/Interactive Corp., says buying the publication was a mistake and is exploring a sale.
The low-down on the slim down of ESPN
The sports network is expanding and profitable, but hundreds of staff have been laid off.
Freedom Tower enters crowded New York market to lure broadcaster antennas
Before 9/11, many local TV broadcasters transmitted from the World Trade Center. Now, they are being wooed back, but there's competition from other skyscrapers.