Aug 11, 2014: Michael Wolff: USA Today: What lies ahead for newspapers?
Feb 4, 2014: CNN: "Piers Morgan Live, Rewind": Alan Dershowitz, Michael Wolff and Lisa Bloom respond to Dylan Farrow's accusations against Woody Allen
On "Piers Morgan Live" Monday night, Vanity Fair contributing editor Michael Wolff stood behind his recent article in "The Guardian"; the article questions the validity of Dylan Farrow’s claims and suggests that Dylan Farrow’s statements against Allen may have been encouraged – or even coerced – by her mother, Mia Farrow.
Jan 15, 2014: Newsmax: Liberal Michael Wolff: New Ailes Book 'Quite Absurd'
A leading media critic is blasting a new book on Fox News chief Roger Ailes as "absurd," and says its author not only is “telling the story wrong. He’s telling the wrong story.”
Dec 31, 2013: Michael Wolff (The Guardian) penned an article about Rupert Murdoch: 10 reasons he'll be back and stronger than ever in 2014. You will have to read the article to get a break down of the points, but in summary they are: 1) Sell the Times and Sunday Times in London 2) Make a big US acquisition 3) Get married again 4) Settle with the Justice Department 5) Dispatch the New York Post 6) Sell HarperCollins 7) Fire his son, James 8) Begin the process of firing Chase Carey 9) Hire his son, Lachlan 10) Push News Corp's shares through the roof.
Sept 9, 2013: Silicon Valley Watcher: Wolff's Much Ado About Kara Swisher
I've known Kara Swisher for many years, back when I was at the Financial Times and she was "Boomtown" columnist at the Wall Street Journal. She's a tenacious and persistent journalist and those are also key characteristics of her success at building AllThingsD into a solid news platform.
Michael Wolff (born August 27, 1953) is an American author, essayist, and journalist. He currently writes a regular column for Vanity Fair magazine. His most recent book, The Man Who Owns the News (2008), is a biography of Rupert Murdoch, based on more than 50 hours of interviews with the media mogul