After debate, a harsh light falls on a moderator
The new format for the presidential debate prompted plenty of partisan debate online —
Irene’s approach forces East Coast to batten down
DEVIL HILLS, N.C. — John H. Woolard, who is 79 years old, cannot remember how many hurricanes he has confronted at his home, also 79, which sits on stilts overlooking the Atlantic Ocean here. Is it 12? Or 14?
Comcast receives approval for NBC Universal merger
Comcast received government approval on Tuesday to acquire NBC Universal, emerging from a lengthy review with a list of conditions, the most important aimed at preventing the new media conglomerate from thwarting competition in online video.
Research suggests online TV viewers may be willing to tolerate longer commercial breaks
Viewers of television shows on the Web have grown accustomed to 15- and 30-second commercial breaks — a fraction of the time given for commercials on traditional TV. Would they accept TV-style ad loads?
One comment leads to contract termination at NPR
NPR’s decision Wednesday to fire Juan Williams and Fox News Channel’s decision Thursday to give him a new contract put into sharp relief the two forms of journalism that compete every day for Americans’ attention.
C-Span puts full archives, 23 years of history, on the web
WASHINGTON — Researchers, political satirists and partisan mudslingers, take note: C-Span has uploaded virtually every minute of its video archives to the Internet.
Television Begins Push <br />Into the 3rd Dimension<br />
Ralph Kramden can finally buy a television.
Web/TV Divide is Back in Focus With NBC Sale
As she prepared her daughter for college, Anne Sweeney insisted that a television be among the dorm room accessories.