Academy honorees Alda and Lear offer nuanced take on role of entertainers 'sending messages'
Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. president Aida Takla-O'Reilly says one of the biggest issues the organization faces today, as distinct from when she joined in the late 1960s, is one of access. Namely…
The sale of Dick Clark Prods. may be an opening for resolving bitter litigation with the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., but hasn't stopped the battle over the rights to the Golden Globes telecast.
FCC commissioners are once again weighing a proposal to relax media ownership rules, a process that already has drawn some suspicion from public interest groups that the changes will go too far and…
The team behind ABC's "The Glass House" have sued CBS, claiming that the network is demanding arbitration and $1 million in damages from each of them even though a federal judge already rejected…
A Missouri man is in custody after being charged with threatening a mass shooting at a weekend screening of the latest "Twilight" movie as well as at a local Wal-Mart.
More than a week since the election, the infamous video of Karl Rove challenging Fox News' call of Ohio for President Obama, and giving him the electoral votes for reelection, is still being…
When creative thinkers come up with the latest and greatest ways to watch TV, there's often an assumption placed on the technology: They are just giving consumers what they want.
NBC today released video of the making of Vice President Joseph Biden's cameo on "Parks & Recreation" tonight, shot last summer in the Old Executive Office Building next to the White House. In the…
When President Obama announced his support for same-sex marriage in May, it injected a new sense of enthusiasm in Hollywood. Norman Lear wrote the campaign a check. It was the talk of a fundraiser…
Bill O'Reilly took aim at "far left" critics of his election night comment that the "white establishment is now the minority" and that "there are 50 percent of the voting public who want stuff. They…