With nearly half the country expected to huddle in front of their television sets for Super Bowl XXXVII on Sunday, Hollywood isn't hesitating to take advantage of the viewership and give potential…
Us Weekly magazine is making a move toward having its own reality show on cabler E! Entertainment Television.
In its continuing shake-up of the International Herald-Tribune, the New York Times Co. has ousted CEO Peter C. Goldmark, who will be replaced by his deputy, Richard Wooldridge.
In an industry that celebrates outsized, outspoken cable news toppers, new CNN topper Jim Walton is the anti-Ted.
Onetime Princess Diana paramour James Hewitt is not going to war against the media but for it. Fox News has hired the British army reservist as a correspondent to cover the possible conflict with…
The Grey Lady may be taking a dip in the fountain of youth.
Former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura may not have formally announced his deal with MSNBC to anchor a program, but he may already own a timeslot.
The six major news orgs that created the Voter News Service have disbanded after two botched Election Night outings in 2000 and 2002.
At a moment when CNN is gearing up for war, its chief, Walter Isaacson, has suddenly ankled. Isaacson left his post Monday, bringing to an end a volatile 18-month tenure that saw the all-news cabler…
The arrival of new honchos Steven Erlanger and Frank Rich to the New York Times' arts section may give staffers the impression that the culture desk is in order.