FLORHAM PARK, N.J. --The most famous backup quarterback in NFL history stepped onto the artificial turf of the New York Jets practice facility at 12:06 p.m. on Monday afternoon. He smiled as he walked past the yard markers on the field, the click-click-click of cameras marking his every step. Tim Tebow then stepped up to the podium to address the congregation, and what he saw was a three-deep row of 36 cameras in front of him. "How's it going?" Tebow said. "Good to see all y'all. Lot of people here."
A former child slave of the Lord's Resistance Army in Africa goes after Rush Limbaugh for his defense of the L.R.A.
Outspoken American TV and radio personality Glenn Beck found a friendly audience Monday in the Israeli Parliament as he spoke to a group on how Israel can improve its international image.
Glenn Beck's company, Mercury Radio Arts, has launched a site that offers online discounts on purchases for various goods.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh talks with university students in Pakistan for reaction to Osama bin Laden's death.
With "birthers" mostly silent, "deathers" are now pushing a new conspiracy theory.
Glenn Beck's production company and Fox News announced Wednesday that he will be leaving his show "later this year," according to a statement on the conservative personality's website.
If one listens to sports talk radio in New York City, he would think Fred and Jeff Wilpon, the father and son multimillionaires running (or some would say, destroying) the New York Mets, served as Bernie Madoff's personal sidekicks. They worked alongside the man, plotted his investment evils, went client by client in a devilish spree to rob from the rich and give to the Mets.
It was the fall of 1995, and there was open warfare in Washington over the Republicans' Contract with America.
Before she uttered the N-word, before her remarks on cheated-on wives, before the controversies over homosexuality and religion and morality, Laura Schlessinger was considered a breath of fresh air.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is having a tough time saying adios to New York City. But it's not because he'll miss the Big Apple -- rather, he's been forced to cut the asking price for his Fifth Avenue penthouse by nearly a million bucks.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is having a tough time saying adios to New York City. But it's not because he'll miss the Big Apple. Rather, he's been forced to cut the asking price for his Fifth Avenue penthouse to $12.95 million.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is saying adios to the Big Apple and selling his Fifth Avenue penthouse, asking almost $14 million.
Liberal talk radio network Air America is planning to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the company said Thursday.
Rush Limbaugh gives an update on his condition after he was admitted to a Hawaii hospital for chest pains.
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh was taken to a Honolulu hospital with chest pains Wednesday, a show staffer said.
Unlike Mark McGwire, I'm here to talk about the past. Specifically, I'm here to talk about the best sports quotes of the 2000s, which I've broken down by a series of categories: The News, The Rants, The Asterisks (anything performance-enhancer related) and The Funny.
Colin Powell suggest GOP leaders are afraid of Rush Limbaugh and don't speak out against the radio host.
Each week, SI.com's Richard Deitsch will report on newsmakers from the world of TV, radio and the Web.
President Obama drew big laughs at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner Saturday, taking jabs at his administration, his Republican rivals and even himself.
President Obama mixes serious talk with well-placed humor at the annual White House Correspondents' dinner.
President Barack Obama isn't afraid to laugh at himself. In fact, he appears to revel in it.
Conservative talk radio host Michael Savage responds to being banned from Britain.
Radio host Don Imus has prostate cancer.
"I'll be fine. If I'm not fine, then I won't be fine. And it's not a big deal," says the host
National Democrats plan to unveil a new theme Thursday in their ongoing campaign to portray conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh as the true leader of the Republican Party.
As Democrats cast conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh as the de facto leader of the GOP, Republicans are decrying what they see as an orchestrated scheme designed to divert attention from the Democrats' spending proposals.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani says Rush Limbaugh is valuable, but doesn't lead the Republican Party.
Michael Steele apologizes to Rush Limbaugh; DNC chair calls Limbaugh the GOP's 'Wizard of Oz.' Paul Steinhauser reports.
Democrats launched a Web site Wednesday that mocks GOP leaders for apologizing to radio host Rush Limbaugh for criticizing or publicly disagreeing with him.
The cold winds of March have obviously affected the intelligence and thought processes of people who need to get their thinking straight.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said Tuesday he has spoken with Rush Limbaugh about his comments regarding the conservative radio talk show host.
Guest host Roland Martin talks with his panel about their reaction to the Rush Limbaugh controversy.
In comments that were broadcast over the weekend, Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele called Rush Limbaugh's rhetoric "incendiary" and "ugly" and insisted that he is in charge of the GOP.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says bipartisanship begins only with victory.
Rush Limbaugh brought a cheering crowd to its feet several times Saturday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington as he called on fellow conservatives to take back the country.
Voters in Cleveland, Ohio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Reno, Nevada, will wake Friday morning to a new radio advertisement calling on them to urge their Republican senators to support President Obama's stimulus plan.
A charter member of the Air America team, she's a non-bullying lefty who's finally getting her chance in prime time
When Don Imus made his controversial remark about Dallas Cowboy Adam Jones on Monday, there was only one cable channel broadcasting his show as live TV.
Don Imus returned to air and explained his comment about Adam "Pacman" Jones.
The shock jock claims his most recent race comment was "misunderstood"
Tom and Ray Magliozzi are not what you'd call an overnight success story. The two MIT-educated car mechanics first started offering car repair advice over the air on a local Boston station in 1977. A decade elapsed before National Public Radio picked the show up and distributed it on its national network. Since then Car Talk has gone on to become the most highly-rated and financially-successful program on public radio.
Randi Rhodes has quit the Air America radio network, a week after it suspended her for using a derogatory word for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton during an event in San Francisco
Barack Obama's candidacy has helped make African-American radio personalities sought-after presences
Conservative talk hosts are urging Republicans to cross over and prolong the Democratic primaries. But whether Limbaugh's "chaos plan" is working is unclear
Sen. John McCain repudiates local radio talk show host for blistering comments.
Sen. John McCain takes responsibility for comments made about his opponents by a radio personality who spoke before him.
With Mike Huckabee's big win in the Iowa Republican caucus Thursday, more people are asking, "So what's this guy actually stand for?"
Q & A: The talk radio king speaks about the media's misunderstanding of his medium and conservatives' dissatisfaction with John McCain
The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.
CNN contributor Howard Kurtz analyzes Don Imus' first day back on air.
Sports Illustrated will announce its choice for Sportsman of the Year on Dec. 3. Here's one of the nominations for that honor by an SI writer. For more essays, click here.
A nationally syndicated radio host is urging black Americans to refrain from spending money Friday, and his efforts are garnering support from some of the civil rights movement's heaviest hitters.
Welcome to the black-brown thing. That's what my African-American friends and I called it back in college. It's shorthand for the uneasy relationship between the nation's largest minority and the group that formerly held the title.
U.S. broadcaster CBS has settled its termination dispute with fired radio shock jock Don Imus, the company said Tuesday, a possible step toward Imus going to work for a rival broadcaster.
Fearing a legislative push from Democrats to "fix" conservative-dominated radio shows, Republicans are starting to fight back
Sometimes the best choice is not the most obvious or most popular. It may not inspire talk radio hosts, clog message boards or warrant a front page headline. But sometimes the best choice turns out to be, well, the best choice.
Don Imus, the tousled and acerbic radio host whose racial remarks engendered a media storm that triggered a swift upending of his career, is not going away quietly even if the imbroglio has all but disappeared from the national conversation in the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre.
1. K.C. Johnson, blogger: Arguably, the most important media figure in the Duke lacrosse case, Johnson's Durham-in-Wonderland blog provided exhausting, meticulous and obsessive daily coverage. It was a remarkable bit of citizen journalism, and upon the dismissal of all charges, one of the accused players, Collin Finnerty, cited Johnson for "his diligent work exposing the truth every day." He and Stuart Taylor Jr., a legal columnist for the National Journal who deserves equal acclaim, are a writing a book on the case.
Sometimes you find a silver lining in someone else's cloud.
The Rutgers University women's basketball coach said Friday her players have accepted radio host Don Imus' apology for racist and sexist comments toward the team and they are "in the process of forgiving."
In many ways the 21st century sports world, with its round-the-clock cable networks, Web site wise men and ceaseless talk-radio debates, would have been unrecognizable to Jackie Robinson. He no doubt would have been amazed by the sheer number of voices crashing into each other in our modern-day Babel, not to mention their volume. But there is at least one thing that hasn't changed in the 60 years since Robinson broke baseball's color barrier: The most hateful loudmouths are the ones that seem to make themselves heard above the din.
Talk radio host Don Imus has been suspended by CBS and MSNBC for two weeks after he referred to members of the Rutgers women's basketball team as "nappy-headed hos."
MSNBC has canceled its "Imus in the Morning" simulcast, the network announced Wednesday.
Does the Don Imus controversy have an echo quality to it?
Don Imus "has stolen a moment of pure grace from us," the captain of the Rutgers women's basketball team said Tuesday, responding to the uproar over the radio host's description of the players as "nappy-headed hos."
Outspoken comedian and liberal radio host Al Franken announced Wednesday that he intends to run for the U.S. Senate from his home state of Minnesota.
Rush Limbaugh must pass random drug tests for the next 18 months to satisfy an agreement filed Monday that will lead to dismissal of a prescription fraud charge if he stays out of trouble.
Firebrand radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was charged Friday with fraudulently concealing information to obtain prescription drugs, but prosecutors will drop the charge after 18 months if Limbaugh remains in treatment for drug addiction, his lawyer said.
Those gruesome news reports from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony the other night remind me of a conclusion I came to a few years back. Rock and roll is dead. Rest in peace.
Fans of conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh will soon be able to watch a daily 60-second video podcast of his show, according to a published report.
Launch a left-wing talk-radio network in a medium ruled by the bully pulpiteers of the right? They said it couldn't be done.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is expanding a probe into whether anyone profited from news that popular shock jock Howard Stern will move to Sirius Satellite Radio, according to some published reports Wednesday.
The race among satellite radio operators to sign up big name celebrities heated up Wednesday when XM Satellite Radio announced it will soon add conservative talk show hosts Dr. Laura Schlesinger and G. Gordon Liddy to its programming lineup.
"We are not going to war against Iran," a senior Bush administration official told me this week.
A year ago, Pittsburgh radio station WXDX-FM was near the top of its game on weekday mornings. Today it's fighting hard for listeners.
The shock jock died Thursday on public radio.
If you've seen the classic camp remake "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," you know what "pod people" do when they find a human who has not been replaced with an identical alien born of a pod: point and screech open-mouthed at the non-pod person.
Howard Stern said Wednesday that he's taking his morning show to satellite radio -- a move sure to give the fledgling subscription radio business a huge shot in the arm.
Opie and Anthony return to radio Monday, but good luck finding them on the public airwaves.
Shock jocks Opie and Anthony have found a new home on satellite radio, which at least for now puts them out of the reach of federal regulators' efforts to crack down on indecent broadcasts.
Posted: 12:13 a.m. ET From Todd Leopold, CNN.com
Radio host Howard Stern took aim at the Bush administration, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and media giant Clear Channel as he announced Wednesday that his program will soon be broadcast on nine new stations across the country.
Shock jock Howard Stern, under pressure for broadcasts termed by some as indecent, said Wednesday he will not leave over-the-air radio for satellite and that his show will air in nine more markets.
Is the show over for Howard Stern?
Is it necessary to turn off System Restore when removing a computer virus? I hear conflicting answers.
Republicans, who can be annoyingly boastful about their love of flag, country and military service, were forced to choose for their party's 2000 presidential nomination between two men who had worn the nation's uniform during the Vietnam War.
Mmm, that's good!" says Mark Walsh, dipping into a bowl of guacamole at Rosa Mexicana in Washington, D.C. "So fresh!" He likes it chunky too: "When the guacamole has been through the strainer, I ha...
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From Wolf Blitzer Reports' Jennifer Coggiola in Washington:
As Congress and the FCC turn up the heat on obscenity and indecency on the air, investors have to ask if defanging radio shock jocks will produce a shock to broadcasters' bottom line.
Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh's lawyer said Monday there was never any offer by his client to make a plea deal with the state attorney's office investigating Limbaugh on charges of "doctor shopping."
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