Investigations of the rich and powerful, the multinational corporations and monopoly industries, have all but dried up, say a coterie of journalists still trying to ply their trade. To be sure, enterprise reporting on the network level is far from dead.
A look at al-Hurra, an Arabic-language television network financed by the US government. Al-Hurra -- "The Free One" in Arabic -- is the centerpiece of a US government campaign to spread democracy in the Middle East.
In his march to the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen Barack Obama has demonstrated an ability to mesmerize 20,000 people in an arena, but for all his sudden fame, most voters know little about the texture of his life.
A look at Partners Online Specialty Consultations (POSC). Online second-opinion services offer patients consultations from specialists based on the medical records that they fax, mail or send via the Internet.
The number of personal computers in use around the world has surpassed 1 billion, with strong growth in emerging markets set to double the number of PCs by early 2014, research firm Gartner said on Monday.
Chris Bowers has launched a 'Google bomb' project aimed at boosting Google search results for nine news articles showing presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain in a negative light.
Thomson Reuters is going hard after Bloomberg, which has long been the marquee name on Wall Street for financial information. The companies are in a dead heat: Thomson Reuters has 34 percent of the market for financial data and Bloomberg 33 percent.
Sen Barack Obama (D-IL) is seen as likely to push for key changes in telecommunications policies that would expand Internet businesses if he's elected US president. He supports Network Neutrality legislation which prevents Internet providers from interfering with Web content based on its source or ownership.
The Federal Communications Commission on Friday said it wants to auction a section of wireless airwaves to buyers willing to provide free broadband Internet service without pornography. The agency asked for public comment on its plan to auction an unused portion of the wireless spectrum with the condition that the winning bidder offer free Internet access and filter out obscene content on part of those airwaves.
With echoes of the Watergate hearings, the House Judiciary Committee Friday opened hearings on whether the White House obstructed justice by impeding the investigation into the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame and manipulated the media in making the case for going to war with Iraq.
The ABC Television Affiliates Association told a federal court Friday that the Federal Communications Commission was wrong to levy indecency fines on 45 stations for airing a fleeting scene of a nude actress in a 2003 episode of NYPD Blue.
Rep Rick Boucher (D-VA) said that the government's digital television transition plan does not provide any money for new DTV antennas and lacks a technical assistance component, which could prove to be a problem for some viewers still connected to rabbit ears.
The Consumer Electronics Association said Evolution Broadband’s digital-to-analog cable converters should not be granted an exception to the Federal Communication Commission’s separable-security mandate, alleging in a filing with the agency that such a waiver would “harm the public interest.” Evolution Broadband in May asked the FCC for a three-year waiver to the agency’s separable security mandate.
Fifty-five years of peace on the Korean peninsula suffered a minor setback last week after Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin landed in Seoul for a two-day ministerial session of the 30-country Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Representatives and the major broadcast networks and their affiliates last week hand-delivered to key Federal Communications Commission officials what amounts to a treaty formally ending seven years of hostilities between them.
Sen Barack Obama (D-IL) has asked NBC Universal about Olympics advertising. It is not only a sign that the Obama campaign is confident it will continue its steller fundraising, but a signal that a widening field of battle ground states has the candidate contemplating national advertising buys.