On Feb. 23, the Big-3 networks broke in to original programming during the 10 p.m. ET hour (5 a.m. In Ukraine) to first report on the...
The decision comes after the Russian parliament enacted legislation Friday noting journalists and individuals in the country may be incarcerated for up to 15 years if...
NAB reiterated that they are a “fierce defender of the First Amendment” and the role it plays in society.
The radio host stated that the country needs to unify with the message of democracy and freedom.
Charlie D’Agata apologized for depicting Ukraine as “relatively civilized, relatively European” compared to countries like Iraq and Afghanistan.
The platform is “pausing” multiple channels’ ability to make money through advertising.
Danish reporters, Stefan Weichert, 31, were shot in the shoulder and Emil Filtenborg, 30, suffered multiple bullet wounds.
Griffin discussed how Fox News' coverage leading up the conflict was made easier by the carefully sourced information she was getting and sharing.
Raddatz, Pannell spoke to Deadline about the challenges of capturing the human side of what is happening in the country.
New Day co-host John Berman asked the former Ukrainian leader his intentions over the next few hours should Russians roll into Kyiv.