This was the year that Donald Trump dominated and demonized the media. That magazines built around news and analysis (New York, The New Yorker, Time) made the biggest impact, and produced the most eye-catching covers. That The People v. O.J. Simpson, Stranger Things and Samantha Bee ruled the tube—and Megyn Kelly found herself on both sides of the news.
The week of Nov. 14 has been a blur. Megyn Kelly has sat for nine TV interviews in three days before doing this one. There were appearances on Dr. Oz and Jimmy Fallon, too.
Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]
Jutting out toward Sixth Avenue in the 1973 skyscraper 1211 Avenue of the Americas is the newest and glitziest addition to Midtown Manhattan.
What is Fox News without Roger Ailes? A question once only whispered in the cable news giant's headquarters on Sixth Avenue in New York has grown to be the pressing query in media circles. The man who created the Fox News brand in 1996, and aggressively built his network into the No.
This year's award season is off to a powerful start. In LA, MTV held its annual Movie Awards in LA while TV Land's Icon awards brought out big stars. Check […]
Roger Ailes' first moon shot came when he was 29 years old. He was in the Oval Office setting up the first interplanetary split screen. "Eagle" had just landed on the moon.
Donald Trump may not be appreciating Fox News today, but Fox News sure has Trump to thank for giving the network its most-watched program ever.
More than 19 days and counting. That's how long it's been (at press time) since TLC has publicly commented on the child molestation controversy that has enveloped the network and the Duggar family, the stars of its signature reality show, 19 Kids and Counting.
New York Fashion Week brought together media's biggest stars and their fashionable counterparts, while print magazines celebrated success.