Liberal activist MoveOn.org tried to take some of the oomph out of the news nets' puffery last week, filing a deceptive advertising complaint against Fox News Channel over use of the slogan "Fair and…
Tuning In: Despite bowing to no one in my admiration for Ted Koppel, the newsman's newsman has fallen prey to thinking inside the box -- a narrow-mindedness that also has gripped network news…
India's reaching for the stars in a big way. A number of TV channels have begun talent searches around the country for new stars, models and veejays.
Noises Off: Two days before opening night, Stephen Sondheim and Susan Stroman sat down on the Juilliard Theater stage to talk about their latest, "The Frogs." Playwright John Guare moderated the…
If "The Manchurian Candidate" turns out to be a hot ticket, Paramount ought to send thank-you notes to Michael Moore, George Bush and John Kerry.
It turns out pirates like TV, too. The television biz is starting to tune in to the first signs that it's not just movies and music being downloaded online.
Multichoice's digital satcaster DStv is adding two Tamil-lingo channels aimed at ex-pat Indians in South Africa.
Broadway grosses rose a tiny 1.3% to $15,442,047 during Week 7 (July 12-18), with attendance down 0.5%. But those figures were not bad considering there were two fewer shows on the boards ("Jumpers"…
Those nattering nabobs of negativism have come out of the woodwork again, and this time the focus of their invective is the Bush administration in general and the Fox News Channel in particular.
London Eye: Veteran Brit drama producer Tony Garnett is no longer a one-man band.
Fox World Australia is really embracing the "world" in its moniker.