Joe Concha said the source or sources who misled news organizations for a story on Donald Trump Jr. and WikiLeaks should be exposed.
Media analyst Joe Concha said the press has made another "reflex to the negative" over a high-profile policy move by President Donald Trump.
On "Outnumbered" today, Lisa Boothe and Marie Harf had a heated back-and-forth while debating President Trump's controversial "fire and fury" remark.
President Trump held a big, campaign-style rally in Iowa on Wednesday night, but if you were watching CNN or MSNBC, you didn't see much of it.
Howard Kurtz spoke with Brian Kilmeade and Joe Concha on "Media Buzz" about the Super Bowl and whether or not the New England Patriots have become "Super Bowl villains."
Today on Media Buzz, Howard Kurtz spoke to Joe Concha about whether or not MSBC can climb out of the ratings hole they are stuck in.
In the wake of the media's explosion over the Ray Rice video and domestic abuse allegations against a handful of other high-profile players, Howard Kurtz asked on Media Buzz today if the media is in a crusade against the NFL and how that might affect the most popular sports league in the U.S.
In a recent study by Frank Luntz, two focus groups were asked what they thought about the credibility of the news business. The responses revealed the American public is losing trust in the media and doubts that the news is being delivered straight.
Howard Kurtz and Mediaite’s Joe Concha discussed the hour-long segment on today’s “Media Buzz."
As a way to honor our veterans, Martha MacCallum proposed a “digital detox” over Memorial Day Weekend.
There’s new reaction today on the NBA’s lifetime bad for Clippers owner Donald Sterling after he was recorded by his mistress going on a racist rant. Along with a $2.5 million dollar fine, it’s the harshest penalty ever issued by the league.
The Supreme Court has begun hearing arguments in a case that could dramatically impact the way we watch TV. Major broadcasters, including 21st Century Fox, accuse the internet broadcaster Aereo of basically stealing their signal from the airwaves and then making it available to online subscribers.