Comcast is getting all of Sky.
Sky shareholders are having a great day. Comcast investors? Not so much.
Comcast outbid 21st Century Fox and its powerful backer, Disney, on Saturday in an auction for control of European broadcaster Sky.
The future of Sky has been up in the air for nearly two years. It could soon be decided in a quick-fire auction.
Russia's state-sponsored television network RT was already at risk of losing its UK license over coverage of the Salisbury nerve agent attack. An interview with the prime suspects leaves it skating on even thinner ice.
President Donald Trump has renewed his claims of bias against conservatives on the internet, accusing Google of rigging its results to show "bad" stories when users search for "Trump news."
Facebook has banned 20 organizations and individuals in Myanmar, including a senior military commander, from using its service and acknowledged that it was "too slow" to prevent the spread of "hate and misinformation" in the country.
The Newseum in Washington, DC is a unique monument and museum to journalism and the First Amendment. Visitors flock to it to see its hall of front pages from decades past, or its huge news helicopter hanging from the ceiling. It's an event venue for news organizations and political figures.
President Donald Trump met with the publisher of the New York Times A.G. Sulzberger earlier this month. But the two seem to have different recollections of the July 20th meeting at the White House.
A British parliamentary committee says the U.K. government should hold technology companies responsible and liable for "harmful and illegal content on their platforms," and that misinformation and "fake news" is threatening democracy.
Another government official appointed by President Donald Trump now finds himself in the all-too familiar position of having to defend his actions against his boss.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday formally referred Sinclair Broadcast Group's proposed acquisition of Tribune Media to an administrative judge hearing, and called into question whether some of its divestments in the deal were a "sham."
The Justice Department filed a motion on Wednesday asking the DC Circuit Court of Appeals to expedite its appeal of the AT&T-Time Warner decision, and provided a preview of how it plans to fight its case.
In an effort to appease government regulators, Sinclair is changing its plan for the sale of some of its stations as it awaits approval of its bid for Tribune.
Univision's chief content officer is leaving his post to start his own production company, the Spanish language broadcaster announced on Tuesday.
Sinclair's purchase of Tribune Media may be in trouble. Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai announced on Monday he has "serious concerns" about the $3.9 billion transaction and called for a hearing on the matter.
The Justice Department on Thursday filed notice that it is appealing a judge's approval of AT&T's purchase of Time Warner.
The owner of the Capital Gazette has set up a fundraiser for the victims of Thursday's newsroom shooting, and a GoFundMe charity page for victims has raised more than $150,000.
When the news first broke that there was a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspapers in Annapolis, Maryland, many reporters' thoughts immediately turned to their own newsrooms: Are we next?
An image that appears in this week's Time magazine cover became a rallying cry for an end to the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their parents after they are apprehended at the US border.
Federal prosecutors subpoenaed records from the National Enquirer as part of a probe into President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
Judge Richard Leon issued a stinging rebuke on Tuesday to the Justice Department's attempt to block AT&T's $85 billion bid to acquire Time Warner. But that doesn't mean the case is over.
The trial over the Justice Department's lawsuit to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner, which will reach its conclusion when a judge announces his ruling Tuesday afternoon, is not just about the combination of two massive companies.
His website is often blamed for contributing to the decline of the newspaper industry, but now Criagslist founder Craig Newmark is giving $20 million to train future journalists at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.