Publisher Ray Farris says, “We are a 21st-century media company operating in a mid-20th-century building.”
As TV watchers increasingly look online for their fix, cable companies are bulking up. In the latest round, Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion.
West county’s plant science district would be a counterpart to the city’s Cortex Innovation District
The deal comes a month after Comcast walked away from a bid for Time Warner Cable after intense pressure from regulators.
Splash City got a state grant to help pay for about half of the $850,000 system
Demonstrators say St. Louis based company’s weed-killer is harming the Monarch butterfly population
McCaskill, Blunt, & Kirk side with President Obama’s request, while Durbin opposes
“Diversity is just part of how we do things.”
Steve Easterbrook defended the company’s use of the red-headed clown, who he noted recently got a new outfit that makes him feel “trendier.”
After a top tech CEO said it’s “embarrassing” that St. Louis still bans smartphone-based ride services like Uber and Lyft, KMOX is asking city and county leaders about the issue.