In today’s New York Post, columnist Keith Kelly, shocked the world with an exclusive that American Media, the company responsible for the National Enquirer, Star, Shape and other publications, is going bankrupt.
But don’t go mourning the death of the king of the tabloids just yet! David Pecker, chief of American Media, claims his company will stand Read More
Throughout the past 12 months, The Commercial Observer reported on tenants actively looking for new space, regardless of whether those tenants (or their brokers, or their landlords) wanted the marketplace at large to know. Information is power! And so forth …
Here are some of the prospective tenants we reported on, including retail and office, Read More
American Media Inc., publisher of, among others, one-time Pulitzer favorite The National Enquirer, will relocate its New York City hub from One Park Avenue to 4 New York Plaza in downtown. American Media will take 85,000 square feet in the skyscraper between Water and Pearl streets. That’s nearly double the amount of space the publisher Read More
Here’s one sign of how fast things are changing in the news business: It was only a couple of years ago that it was not only possible but downright fashionable to argue about whether bloggers are journalists. That was the wrong question, of course; a blog is just a vessel, and journalism the content that Read More
In the three national campaigns he has run – two for the Democratic presidential nomination and one as the party’s vice presidential nominee – John Edwards won a grand total of one contest as an active candidate*: the South Carolina primary in 2004. But amazingly, he managed to emerge from each losing effort with his Read More
Well, that didn’t take long.
Earlier today, we reported that ABC News’ chief investigative reporter Brian Ross was working on a story about John Edwards’ alleged affair with filmmaker Rielle Hunter.
Now, you can strike "alleged" from the record.
Mr. Ross and producer Rhonda Schwartz just posted an article on Read More
The Media Mob has learned that Brian Ross, chief investigative correspondent for ABC News, currently has his team of reporters looking into a story that few of his colleagues at major news organizations have been willing to investigate—namely, the so-called "love child" scandal, involving former U.S. Senator John Edwards.
For weeks, members of the Read More
Last night A&E suspended production on their popular reality show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," after Dog, the show’s star, allegedly unleashed a tirade of racist comments about his son’s African-American girlfriend, in two recorded phone calls, which the National Enquirer subsequently posted on its web site. "A&E has just learned of the story released by Read More
As a man with firm and simple opinions about almost everything, America’s most successful radio personality told his listeners years ago what society should do about unfortunate people like Rush Limbaugh: send them to prison.
Back in 1995, arguing against liberal leniency toward dope fiends, Mr. Limbaugh endorsed the boilerplate ideology and draconian methods of Read More
And so it is high
summer. It’s that time of the year, in early August, when all that surrounds us
is in full bloom. The garden is ripe. The vegetation is lush. And for a moment,
just a moment, at dusk nature itself seems to pause and sigh, catching its
breath, as if to say Read More