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Apple insiders describe the tech giant's TV ambitions, which just ramped up in a major way

I'm finally going to cut the cord -- because of Phil Jackson and James Dolan

White House Correspondents' Association on off-camera briefings: 'We are not satisfied with the current state-of-play'

DreamWorks cofounder Jeffrey Katzenberg wants to bring the 'James Patterson' model to TV -- and he has nearly $600 million to do it

Trump taunts Nancy Pelosi following Georgia election loss: 'I certainly hope the Democrats do not force Nancy P out'

'Now is not the time to rally': Iowa newspaper tells Trump to stop the rallies and focus on governing

Some Democrats are starting to turn their ire toward Nancy Pelosi

BuzzFeed's CEO laid out how the future of TV will be ruled by companies like Netflix and Facebook

Salon removes article calling Otto Warmbier 'America's idiot fratboy'

CNN thinks it's figured out what a post-cable network looks like, and is betting $70 million on it

Sean Spicer faced on-camera questions for the first time in 8 days, and he won't say if Trump believes Russia interfered in the election

The 'Orange Is the New Black' leak started with a computer running Windows 7 and a $50,000 bitcoin ransom

How brands can survive the decline of the TV ad business

After 2 years of development, Netflix has released its first 'choose your own adventure' show

YouTube is trying to make a tricky pivot from platform to programmer

CNN reporter lashes out at Sean Spicer for off-camera briefing: 'He's just kind of useless'

A number of big-name advertisers were conspicuously absent from Megyn Kelly's NBC show

Jake Tapper presses Bernie Sanders after congressional shooting on whether his 'revolution' rhetoric encourages violence

Early reviews praise Megyn Kelly's controversial interview with far-right provocateur Alex Jones

The future of ad agencies has never been more in doubt