Lachlan Murdoch revealed that he doesn’t have a f***ing clue about what goes on at the network he heads, even as he acknowledged what Fox has long pretended otherwise – that Fox is a political operation.
There is a lot wrong with this bizarre incident, but Dylan Byers breaks down the media's role.
Stephanie Ruhle's guest, Dylan Byers, nails the role media plays in beating the proverbial dead horse. Sharpiegate is the perfect example.
The NY Times and CNN are both reporting that disgraced former Fox News chief Roger Alies is now helping the Trump campaign.
As I wrote in my last post, the real question about Fox News without Roger Ailes is not how many more women will come forward but how far the contagion spreads.
CNN's Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter discusses the latest news on the Roger Ailes sexual harassment case with his panel, Dylan Byers, Gabriel Sherman and Bill Carter.
CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter and Baltimore Sun media critic David Zrawik blasted MSNBC host Joe Scarborough over the weekend for his "unashamed" bias in favor of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Politico reporter Dylan Byers not only said that, he's one of them.
Howard Kurtz gave Dylan Byers a chance to interview and chastise him in an uncomfortable interview about his firing from The Daily Beast.
This is not a post about Barack Obama's girlfriends. Politico did that last week, and quite badly. What it is, is a post asking why Howard Kurtz, host of a show called "Reliable Sources," gave Politico's reporter a complete pass on his "gotcha"