CNN is reviving the Crossfire shoutfest with Newt Gingrich, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, and Van Jones as hosts.
President Obama had some prominent liberal journalists over for coffee.
This morning’s unexpected death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative muckraker, has sadly if unsurprisingly brought out a wave of nasty commentary.
A Huffington Post contributor who had no expectation of being paid for his contributions is suing HuffPo for $105 million.
JCPenney used black hat SEO to game Google. But Google’s penalties are arguably just as bad. And what about HuffPo?
AOL has bought the Huffington Post. But, really, it’s the other way around: HuffPo has taken over AOL.
The speculation on Keith Olbermann’s abrupt departure from MSNBC’s top-rated show continues. Was he fired? Did he quit? Did the Comcast overlords push?
Arianna Huffington has become an online mogul by convincing big donors to pay her for content others generate for free. Did she steal the idea?
215,000 people attended the “Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear” compared to 87,000 for “Restoring Honor.” Even if you believe the numbers, they don’t tell us much.
Jim Treacher has coined a new term, Oprahturfing, to describe wealthy celebrities funding attendance at political rallies. While clever, the concept of “Astroturfing” is being misused by both sides.
In yet another sign of how rapidly the media landscape is changing, longtime Newsweek stalwart is leaving for the Huffington Post.
Capitalizing on the buzz from his weekend rally, talk host Glenn Beck launched a new online magazine called The Blaze overnight.