Articles by Howard Kurtz

Frost Signs Up for Al-Jazeera Channel

  • 11 October 05
  • The Washington Post
Al-Jazeera, which is launching an English-language network with Washington as a major hub, has landed its first big-name Western journalist: David Frost. And the veteran BBC interviewer says he is perfectly comfortable with the unlikely marriage.

U.S. Press Angered By Anthrax Policy

  • 30 October 01
  • The Washington Post
After six weeks of generally sympathetic coverage, the anthrax-obsessed U.S. press is turning on the administration of President George W. Bush.

Online Column Gets Stocks to Skyrocket

Titan Is Threat to News Independence

Print Media Going for 24-Hour Net Coverage

VIEW FROM AMERICA: Media Queasy Over Claim of Clinton Rape

News Media Revisit Story of Dole Affair

Call Girl Claims Credit For Morris' Downfall

President, Dole Start TV Image Campaign

Perceived Press Bias Draws Wrath of Buchanan Voters

Media Get Tougher With Old Pal 'Pat'

Snap, Not Substance, Feeds Campaign Trail Press

Stock Tipster Fired Over Source Dispute

Disney and ABC: A Happy Couple?

Media Laps Up Simpson Case

Time Magazine's O.J.: Art or Artifice?

Time Magazine's O.J.: Art or Artifice?