We’re just a couple of months into 2014 and already women are making serious strides in the media. After all, February marked the first time in human history that NBC allowed a woman to anchor the primetime Olympics coverage without a man by her side.
#Oakland Voices: A Town Hall on Our Right to Communicate is just a few hours away. Tonight Oakland residents will get to speak directly to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler during the first community event of his tenure.
Rupert Murdoch just got some bad news from one of his own newspapers.
On Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Communications Commission is dropping its old plans to allow more media consolidation.
Imagine stopping by Barnes & Noble to pick up a book for your niece. You search around for a book by a woman of color. But when you finally choose one, the store insists you buy 11 other novels along with it.
With news today that the Tribune Company has agreed to acquire 19 television stations from Local TV Holdings LLC, making it one of the largest TV station owners in the nation, we are seeing a dramatic escalation of media consolidation.