Les Moonves got cheers and a standing ovation from the theater full of advertisers at Carnegie Hall.
An unstoppable world traveler, Lowell Thomas created the first multimedia presentation, made “Lawrence of Arabia,” pioneered broadcast journalism and was working from home decades before it was a trend.
Before and after the luncheon, there were book signings for Jeffrey Banks, Jennifer Egan, Alex Guarnaschelli and Linda Fairstein.
The designer knows how to work a room, having hosted his “Moderate to Severe” cabaret at the Café Carlyle earlier this year. That will go on tour later this year.
The renewed interest in the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington comes at a time when the attorney for her convicted killer Christopher McCowen is trying to get another trial.
The editor at large of The Oprah Magazine and co-anchor “CBS This Morning” on all things media.
The morning show has tapped New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly as a means to grow its brand on social media and beyond.
CBS is set to debut a new sitcom, “The Great Indoors,” which explores the life of a magazine in the digital age.
WWD caught up with O’Donnell during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to talk politics and the media circus.
Scott Pelley celebrates his fifth anniversary as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News this year.
Ward talks about why it’s preferable to be a female reporter in the Middle East, and how Vice has impacted broadcast journalism.