Robert Allbritton, whose family sold TV interests for $985 million to concentrate on journalism (Politico), purchased Capital New York, focusing on politics and media. Subscribers pay $3,000 a year but some content is free.
Russian TV host Anissa Naouai, responded to charges of bias by CNN's Christiane Amanpour by noting Amanpour's husband is former U.S. State Dept. spokesperson James Rubin and accusing Amanpour of following the "line" of the State Dept. 15 years.
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan, responding to the "furor" of reader email comments on Israel/Palestine "that has practically burned through the screen," devoted a full page Nov. 23 to answering such critics.
The New York Financial Writers Association skewered Bank of America, Chris Christie, Pimco, the marijuana boom, and Herbalife, among other targets, at the group’s annual Financial Follies Nov. 21 at Manhattan’s Marriott Marquis.
Digital media guru Brian Glicklich is drumming up PR support for Rush Limbaugh's legal threat against the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee over what the radio host says are the DCC's editing of his comments about sexual assault.
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