[KUALA LUMPUR] Broadcaster Al Jazeera said Malaysian police had raided its office in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, amid an investigation into a programme it aired on the country's treatment of...

[BEIJING] China vowed on Tuesday to retaliate if the United States persisted with "hostile action" against Chinese journalists who may be forced to leave in coming days if their US visas are not...

[TOKYO] Sony said Tuesday its net profit surged 53.3 percent in the first quarter, but warned annual profits were likely to see double-digit falls compared with the previous fiscal year.

[NEW YORK] Former 21st Century Fox chief executive James Murdoch, son of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, has resigned from News Corp's board, according to a document released Friday by the US...

[LOS ANGELES] Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday sent an emotional message to the staff of her television talk show saying she was taking steps to improve the culture on set following accusations of a...

[SYDNEY] Australia will force Facebook and Google to pay local media outlets for news content used, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said on Friday.

[HONG KONG] South China Morning Post is dropping its free online model after months of political unrest and the coronavirus pandemic hit advertising revenue at the Hong Kong newspaper backed by...

[NEW YORK] At the dawn of The Muppet Show in the late 1970s, a visit to the Muppet Labs consisted of watching its nebbishy proprietor, Dr Bunsen Honeydew, demonstrate misbegotten...

[NEW YORK] BuzzFeed laid off 50 of the 74 employees who were furloughed this spring as the digital media company struggles to replace lost revenue during the pandemic.

[BENGALURU] Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, filed a lawsuit in California on Thursday against unnamed paparazzi photographers for allegedly taking "illegal" photographs of their son,...