The Fox News primetime anchor’s approach and knack for grilling guests has driven “the Kelly craze,” says the Times
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The columnist accuses the film’s director of “artful falsehood” in the Best Picture Oscar nominee
Businessman’s stake in the Times doubles to almost 17 percent, while the Ochs-Sulzberger family retains effective control of the company
Week after attack, satirical magazine’s cover shows Islamic religion’s chief prophet with a tear saying “all is forgiven”
Critics and social media users won’t give the First Daughters a break, so TheWrap ponders the fun they’d have sharing their pics
New York Times Blasts NYPD for Turning Backs on Mayor: ‘Squandering the Department’s Credibility, Defacing its Reputation’
“Mr. de Blasio isn’t going to say it, but somebody has to,” the paper’s editorial board writes
In scathing piece, paper’s editorial board calls for criminal prosecution of former VP, other Bush-era officials mentioned in report
Is it still possible to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat?
“To listen to protestors, editors and left wing talking heads go on and on since the shooting of Michael Brown, you would be led to...
HLN Chief Albie Hecht’s Rebrand Is Going to Blow Up Cable News Biz: It’s Sort of the Informative Side of ‘Daily Show’
“The CNN guests that you’d normally see, the experts, they’re not going to be on HLN,” Hecht tells TheWrap about the reboot of the social...
Newspaper is letting 21 union employees go this week
The hack attack against Sony has been the most ominous development in a dreadful period for media
“I never showed Bernie the column in advance or promised to show it,” Dowd tells TheWrap in response to email saying she did
“When you lie on your deathbed, how will you reflect on your legacy?” asks investor J. Carlo Cannell.
A day after the longtime TV reporter accepts buyout, the newspaper and magazine reporter joins him
The comedian described the agreement during testimony in the 2005 civil suit by Andrea Constand
Report about Wilson’s wedding posted before grand jury decision not to indict him in shooting death of Michael Brown still includes address information
Hagel forced to resign over his voicing constant criticism toward President Obama’s national security team and its stance on threats like terror group ISIS
With a grand jury decision on whether to indict officer Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown imminent, coverage reflects cable news politics
Jessica Chastain on ‘Interstellar’ vs. ‘A Most Violent Year’ PR Battle: ‘Don’t Ask Me to Choose One Movie Over Another’
At the AFI Fest, actress tells TheWrap she won’t play favorites
Insiders familiar with part of MSNBC’s strategy tell TheWrap about changes already appearing on screen
Journalist left Rolling Stone earlier this year to head digital magazine funded by ebay Founder Pierre Omidyar; quits before launch
The Times and German publisher Axel Springer Digital Ventures invest 3 million euro — or $3.8 million
A new Pew Research Center’s extensive study digs into ideological media habits, most and least trusted outlets
The newspaper adds a 24-page national weekly edition for distribution to partners across the country
The Dallas Morning News will be the first paper to secure the international version starting Sunday