Leon Lazaroff

Leon Lazaroff has been with TheStreet since March 2013 as an editor, media industry reporter and political writer. Prior to joining TheStreet, Leon was a reporter at Bloomberg News on its media and emerging markets teams, a national correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and through much of the 1990s a foreign correspondent reporting from Mexico and Spain with the Associated Press and other outlets. Leon completed the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University in 2002, earning a masters degree in journalism, and a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Wisconsin long before its basketball team was any good.

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Recent Articles By The Author

ESPN to Cut 10% of On-Air Commentators, Content Creators in Network Refocus

ESPN to Cut 10% of On-Air Commentators, Content Creators in Network Refocus

In light of subscriber declines and changing viewer habits, the sports giant is laying off about 100 on-air commentators, producers and writers.

Here's a Very Interesting Number to Watch When AT&T Reports Earnings on Tuesday

Here's a Very Interesting Number to Watch When AT&T Reports Earnings on Tuesday

AT&T's DirecTV Now is the company's big bet that internet pay-TV can offset accelerating declines in traditional cable and satellite. On Tuesday, we'll get a peak into how its going.

Discovery's David Zaslav Shows It's Good to Be a Media CEO

Discovery's David Zaslav Shows It's Good to Be a Media CEO

The CEO of the cable network owner made either $37.2 million or $44.7 million in 2016, depending on what's counted, which is still down sharply from $156.1 million in 2014.

Can Anything Dent the Fox News Brand?

Can Anything Dent the Fox News Brand?

Two sexual harassment scandals might devastate other brands, but not so with Fox News.

The Republican FCC Lays More Groundwork for Media Consolidation

The Republican FCC Lays More Groundwork for Media Consolidation

The FCC is chipping away at limitations on media ownership, creating new rules likely to spark a new wave of consolidation among TV station owners.