“I’m not really surprised,” Bill O’Reilly said. It was early evening on April 21, and Mr. O’Reilly was getting ready for his television program, The O’Reilly Factor . He was also-in a calm, Bill O’Reilly voice-explaining his complete, utter lack of astonishment at being the most-watched person in cable news.
“The plan was always to Read More
Wednesday, April 17
Nothing is more indicative of the screechy, high-stakes scratch fight between Fox News and CNN than the high-octane quotes that executives and spokespeople from the two networks are slinging at each other with growing frequency. Fox perfected the In-Your-Face Quote, of coursefor years, they’ve offered up supercharged barbs that seem stolen from Read More
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Rupert Murdoch has personally apologized to Christiane Amanpour, CNN’s chief international correspondent, for a recent column written by New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser, The Observer has learned.
Mr. Murdoch’s apology was prompted by Ms. Peyser’s Sept. 21 column, in which the writer referred to Ms. Amanpour as a “CNN Read More
Now we know who really screwed up the Presidential election. It wasn’t George W. Bush. It wasn’t Al Gore. It wasn’t Ralph Nader, it wasn’t Voter News Service, and it sure wasn’t those confused folks down in Palm Beach.
It was John Ellis!
That’s right, John Ellis–a political consultant, writer and part-time analyst for Read More
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Doug Herzog was a cable king. He’s the man who brought South Park and The Daily Show to Comedy Central, and The Real World and Unplugged to MTV. But now, in his first season as the chief programmer for Fox Broadcasting, Mr. Herzog is having a rough start as a network guy. Read More
Wednesday, Feb. 24
After weeks of speculation, NBC News will finally air Lisa Myers’ report about Juanita Broaddrick, the famous Jane Doe No. 5, on tonight’s edition of Dateline NBC . Ms. Broaddrick’s story, which has been reported in The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post –and repeated ad infinitum by Fox News Channel, Read More