Friday, June 5, 2020

OPRAH TO LAUNCH “SECTION” ON HUFFINGTON POST

May 24, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Oprah Winfrey is teaming up with The Huffington Post website to launch a new dedicated section of HuffPo in August featuring videos and articles about health, fashion and culture that have traditionally been the subjects of Oprah’s talk shows. In a statement, Winfrey and Ariana Huffington said that they plan to combine resources from Oprah.com […]

FOX AND CNN CORRESPONDENTS CONTINUE SNIPING AT EACH OTHER

March 24, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

In Day 3 of the secondary war in Libya being waged between CNN and Fox News, Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan on Wednesday fired back at CNN’s Nic Robertson who had said that he had seen Harrigan more often at the hotel for breakfast than out in the field reporting. In an interview with the […]

EX-NBC CHIEF WANTED HUFFINGTON

February 8, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Former NBC chief Jeff Zucker said Monday that he had tried to acquire the liberal-leaning Huffington Post and position it as an adjunct to cable network MSNBC. Speaking at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center, he noted that currently MSNBC.com does not share the “distinct point of view” of the cable channel but instead reflects the neutral position […]

AOL ACQUIRES HUFFINGTON POST

February 7, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

It was barely a shadow of the deal that AOL founder Steve Case made in 2000 when AOL acquired Time Warner for $164 billion, but the Internet company, now divorced from Time Warner, is back on the acquisition path. In a surprise announcement today (Monday) AOL said that it had agreed to buy the HuffingtonPost.com […]

THE WASHINGTON POST EDITORIALLY BLASTS FAIR GAME

December 6, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

One month after it was released, Summit Entertainment’s Fair Game has become fair game for the Washington Post. Generally regarded by conservatives as a bully pulpit of the left, the Post editorially accused the filmmakers of engaging in “Hollywood myth-making.” It went on: “Hollywood has a habit of making movies about historical events without regard […]