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Ex-ABC anchor Gibson prodded out of retirement for podcast

NEW YORK (AP) — Former ABC News anchor Charles Gibson dropped completely out of the public eye upon his retirement in 2009. Now, prodded by his daughter Kate, he's back. The two are ...

New York Times' top editor may speak out more on journalism

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times has a tradition of letting its work speak for itself, rather than publicly defending its journalism from criticism. Yet with democracy, truth, and ...

ABC's 'black-ish' ends its run as ABC looks to future

NEW YORK (AP) — As the comedy “black-ish” ended its run after eight seasons with a relatively modest live audience of 2.52 million viewers, ABC is already pivoting to what it hopes is its next definin...

The Edsel, Quibi and CNN+? New addition to business failures

NEW YORK (AP) — The Edsel. Quibi. New Coke. The Segway. DeLorean sports cars. The pantheon of colossal business failures has a new member in the CNN+ streaming service. The news netw...

Kurt Vile turns out 'fried or sizzled out' rock tunes

NEW YORK (AP) — Kurt Vile says he's always thinking about making catchy music — yet his attempts usually end up sounding fried or sizzled out. It's an apt description of this Philade...

CNN's streaming service shutting down a month after launch

NEW YORK (AP) — CNN is shutting down its CNN+ streaming service less than a month after its launch, a spectacular flameout for a venture that had attracted stars like Chris Wallace and Alison Roman an...

New York Times promotes Joseph Kahn to executive editor

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times has named Joseph Kahn as its new executive editor, replacing Dean Baquet with his current second-in-command to lead the news organization as it rapidly transforms it...

Charlie Rose reemerges with first interview since firings

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Rose, whose career as a journalist imploded in 2017 due to sexual misconduct allegations, emerged Thursday by posting online a lengthy interview he conducted with investor Warr...

Journalists despair over toll of disinformation on jobs

NEW YORK (AP) — Journalists are sounding an alarm about the spread of disinformation in society and how it affects their jobs on a daily basis, along with skepticism on whether traditional methods to ...

Tiger Woods' return to Masters a winner for TV networks

NEW YORK (AP) — Tiger Woods may not have won the Masters golf tournament, but his stirring return from injury was certainly a winner for the television networks following him. CBS' f...

Psaki rumors, Mulvaney hire at CBS News trouble journalists

NEW YORK (AP) — The hiring of non-journalists as contributors to television news organizations isn't new. Far less common is seeing pushback to such decisions from journalists working there, as has ha...

Rachel Maddow returns to MSNBC, will switch to once a week

NEW YORK (AP) — MSNBC's Rachel Maddow returned to the air Monday with some bad news for her fans: Starting next month, she will be doing her prime-time show only once a week. After w...

Seeing Bucha atrocities is turning point for media, viewers

NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News reporter Debora Patta has covered conflicts in Africa and the Middle East, and the aftermath of terrorist attacks in Europe. She has seen violence and death at close range bef...

Grammys barely move the needle in television ratings

NEW YORK (AP) — Despite a night of feel-good vibes and performances by the music industry's top acts, the Grammy Awards barely moved the needle as a television attraction. The show ...

Batiste, joyful performances highlight Grammy Awards

Jon Batiste had the most Grammy Award nominations and his five wins outpaced everyone, yet he somehow seemed the biggest surprise on a joyous night for music that washed away some of the bad taste le...