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Suzanne Scott’s Vision for Fox News Gets Tested in Court

Suzanne Scott remade Fox News Media into a lucrative consumer brand. But a $1.6 billion defamation suit against the company is testing her strategy and leadership. Read More




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Is There a Future for Late-Night Talk Shows?

Big changes are coming to the longtime staple of television programming, as the genre struggles to make the leap to the streaming world. Read More







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NBC Opens Olympics With ‘Worst Hand Imaginable’

Follow our latest coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics.Last year, NBC Sports executives called the Tokyo Olympics their most challenging undertaking ever.Now that experience is starting to look like a […]




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Why ‘Impeachment: American Crime Story’ Won’t Stream Until Next Year

It was one of the most dramatic episodes of the season. Monica Lewinsky, the heroine of “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” strikes an immunity deal with federal prosecutors, and President Bill […]




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NBC Sees Low Ratings During a Difficult Olympics

The 1992 Olympics in Barcelona had the Dream Team. The 2008 Olympics in Beijing had the Michael Phelps medal sweep. The Tokyo Olympics has a pandemic.That has been the greatest […]







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Fox News Intensifies Its Pro-Trump Politics as Dissenters Depart

A pro-Trump drift at Fox News is not new: George Will, a traditional conservative who opposed Mr. Trump’s candidacy, lost his contributor contract in 2017. Shepard Smith, a news anchor […]







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Ellen DeGeneres Loses 1 Million Viewers After Apologies for Toxic Workplace

Public perception of Ms. DeGeneres started to change in July when BuzzFeed reported that several of the show’s former and current staff members said they had confronted “racism, fear and […]