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

CBS Relying Less on Ad Sales as 'Star Trek' Fuels Global Growth

CBS Relying Less on Ad Sales as 'Star Trek' Fuels Global Growth

CBS is getting more growth than expected from its online subscription services, All-Access and Showtime.

Massachusetts Court Takes Viacom Case, Will Make Long-Awaited Decision

Massachusetts Court Takes Viacom Case, Will Make Long-Awaited Decision

Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman will get his day in court, setting up a decision that could, finally, determine who will run the owner of Paramount Pictures and MTV.

Why Donald Trump Can Keep Using Queen's 'We Are The Champions'

Why Donald Trump Can Keep Using Queen's 'We Are The Champions'

Donald Trump, like many politicians, takes advantage of the blurriness of media law to use songs such as Queen's 'We Are The Champions' despite protests by the artists themselves.

Fox News Could Be Saved From Scandal by Contentious Conventions

Fox News Could Be Saved From Scandal by Contentious Conventions

Fox News is still reeling from the ouster of CEO Roger Ailes, but the unusually argumentative conventions from the Republicans and Democrats have been a welcome distraction.

If Hillary Clinton Is Elected President, Here's What Will Happen to the U.S. Economy

If Hillary Clinton Is Elected President, Here's What Will Happen to the U.S. Economy

On economic matters, would Hillary Clinton mirror her husband Bill's centrist outlook, or follow along the lines of Obama's more liberal initiatives? Clearly, she'd be different from Bernie Sanders.