Last night’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, titled “The Day of the Doctor,” has broken the world record for live simulcast of a television drama.

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Reports concerning Comcast’s interest in buying Time Warner Cable illustrate both the complexities of the and possible changes in media regulation laws.

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During the last week, a number of members of an ongoing story of misogyny in the comic-book industry spoke out online.

 

 

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NPR has demonstrated quality, balanced and, more importantly, surprisingly provocative coverage in today’s “Morning Edition”.

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Bloomberg has been criticized for censoring its coverage in China, highlighting a complicated conflict between journalistic ideals and reach.

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Following a lawsuit for underpaying interns, Conde Nast has announced that it flat out won’t take interns anymore.

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Samsung has been fined for secretly hiring bloggers to criticize Taipei-based rival HTC.

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IDW Publishing, a lesser-known comic book publisher, announced last Thursday that it will create a TV division called IDW Entertainment.

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The Australian, the country’s only nationwide newspaper, has admitted to rewriting stories from The Age, a rival paper based in Victoria.

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A new poll has shown that almost half of Australians oppose the US government’s mass internet and phone surveillance program, compared to less than a quarter who support it.

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