I think Vice is vastly overrated. And I think that if you are interested in reaching young males, which is what I think Vice's calling card has been, CNN's digital properties reach far more young men on a weekly basis than Vice does.
People are looking for original content in many different places, as are advertisers. This takes us into a whole new ballgame.
When an authoritarian regime starts taking down feeds and blocking websites just because we expose the truth... that's an attack on freedom of the press everywhere. When authoritarian regimes around the world start attacking journalists like that, we all have a problem.
Anderson Cooper's on-air reaction to Bob Simon's death; Wolf Blitzer personalizing his experience in going back to Auschwitz where his grandparents lost their lives - I think that has all made our air more authentic.
When the Paris terror attacks happen, when war breaks out in Ukraine, when unrest happens in Ferguson, people know that CNN is the place to come.
I think the Internet has given rise to voices that want to attack others.
In the cable news arena, you have two partisan networks looking out for their viewers. I think CNN needs to look out for the rest of us.
I have had a unique relationship with Donald Trump. I'm also the one who put him and 'The Apprentice' on the air at NBC. I've known who he is and what he is for a long time.
I don't regret putting 'The Apprentice' on television.
CNBC is a very serious-minded financial news network, and what we've seen thus far from Fox appears to be not as investment-focused or financially focused, and that's good for us.
The beauty of the Internet is that anybody can be a broadcaster now.
Local television is a slightly different story. It is under much more pressure in the same way that all local businesses are, whether that's a local newspaper, local radio or local television. But I think television in the aggregate is actually in very good shape.
More traffic means more advertising dollars.
It's a growing trend. Viewers are our customers, but so are advertisers. And advertisers want different ways to reach our viewers.
The perception of Donald Trump in capitals around the world is shaped, in many ways, by CNN. Continuing to have an adversarial relationship with that network is a mistake.
I like Donald. I guess I shouldn't call him that. I like President Trump. He's affable. He's funny.
The world has changed - we can all get news 24/7 from any device, any outlet... but we want to tell different stories in different ways, and add to the news.
CNN is not and never will abandon our first and fundamental brand equity, which is news and breaking news.