The impending decision to fine CBS more than $500,000 for Janet Jackson's infamous Super Bowl striptease is hardly the end of the fed's indecency crackdown.
Late Tuesday, CBS and NBC took exception to a new Democratic National Committee attack ad containing footage lifted from the recent controversial "60 Minutes" segment about Bush's National Guard…
Vexed by "Fahrenheit 9/11's" box office success, Republicans are aiming to give Michael Moore a taste of his own medicine. Lionel Chetwynd, Hollywood scribe and unabashed Republican, has spent the…
With the presidential election getting nastier by the day, the American Film Institute is trying to give the Washington aud a healthy dose of political comedy.
The Federal Communications Commission put digital TV stations on notice Thursday: Either air more kids programming or risk losing your license.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences shared a little Grammy glamour with Capitol Hill Wednesday. Org honored Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Mary Bono (R-Palm Springs) for…
Just when Hollywood was ready to celebrate its latest legislative victory in the war on piracy, House conservatives inserted a little plot twist. In a surprise move, the House Judiciary Committee on…
On Tuesday, Nielsen's controversial new TV rating system gained an unlikely ally -- the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
The contrast between the evening's entertainment and the man of honor couldn't have been starker at the Recording Industry Assn. of America's bash for convention-goers at the Avalon last week.
Surprise, surprise: A new study of teen TV viewing shows "Sex and the City" leads to more sex in the city.
For the past few presidential campaigns, the TV news nets have complained bitterly that political conventions have become little more than super-sized infomercials.