Charles Koch recently told reporters that his network -- which is estimated to contribute some $400 million in political marketing heft for the upcoming midterms -- may spend less backing GOP candidates in the future.
Why would Sinclair-Tribune ad execs appear to be in such a rush -- if reports are true -- to work together before the deal closed, especially when initial approval seemed likely?
Some in the Trump Administration entourage aren't dealing with key TV viewing rules -- starting each day watching Fox News Channel, especially during long trips on Air Force One.
Losing $100 billion in market value due to lower-than-expected revenue results had many wondering if Facebook's main platform is in trouble, from an advertising perspective.
Fox News Channel is into the Deep State theory. So why can't any of their reporters get any Deep State officials for an interview?
Tronc laid off half the 'New York Daily News' editorial staff. TV has suffered a similar fate. Earlier this year, CNN said it would be laying off 50 digital staffers. Local cable news network NY1 made cuts last year.
Just before President Trump made it a big issue last season, the number of kneeling players had dropped significantly. What's coming? Look to the sidelines during the first TV aired pre-season game on Aug. 2 -- the Hall of Fame game between the Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears.
When the FCC put the brakes on the Sinclair-Tribune deal, it may have signaled other intentions to TV station groups' acquisition plans.
Trump's Political Lies Blanket TV, Twitter - And They Are Being Tracked
National Amusements is the controlling owner of both CBS and Viacom -- headed by Shari Redstone, who wants to bring the companies back together.