The New York Times is trying to beef up its television-news profile in time to become a network player in the 2004 Presidential election campaign.
Last spring, the paper of record first announced a partnership to co-own and run the Discovery Civilization Channel; by December 2002, The Times had renamed it the Discovery Times channel Read More
Many inside the Daily News took it as a sign that Michael Goodwin’s longtime aspiration to run the tabloid wouldn’t come to pass when publisher Mort Zuckerman, upon accepting editor in chief Edward Kosner’s resignation on July 21, didn’t immediately name him as a successor. It had been long assumed that Mr. Goodwin, a controversial Read More
David Letterman’s somber return to television on Sept. 17-the
night that Dan Rather broke down and the host came close a few times
himself-has been praised as one of the great public healing moments in the
aftermath of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks. Normally a
smart-assed master of the irreverent and glib,
Mr. Read More
Parker Meridien Promotes Some Afternoon Delight
We were just sitting around one Friday with idle thoughts of adultery flitting through our heads when the fax machine spat out a press release from Le Parker Meridien, a fancy hotel on West 57th Street.
Le Parker Meridien, declared the sheet of paper, “realizes that relationships are Read More