A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
The Primetime Emmy nominations included the usual suspects, but also some new faces and a brand new Emmy category -- the Informational Series or Special.
Veteran news producer David Doss is in talks for a senior editorial position with Al Jazeera America. Doss is not a contender for the cabler's top job of president-CEO. That post is still up for…
With his father Mike, Chris Wallace forms the first father-son combo to win the Paul White Award.
This has been the issue from time immemorial -- TV's great strength (immediacy) and glaring weakness (images without context). TV news operates in these situations without a net, without an editor.
By the end of May 2014, the cultural behemoth known as "TV News" will no longer include Barbara Walters, arguably its best known link to the medium's earliest days.
Discovery Channel has partnered with Robert Redford for special "All The President's Men Revisited," a two-hour pic that returns to the Watergate scandal more than 40 years later.
Although only the streets surrounding Staples Center will be blocked off, the Grammy Grand Prix will be running all over Los Angeles this week, as several days of events will keep music bizzers…
An unremarkable docu about Harper Lee and her single literary masterwork, "Hey, Boo" features what the French call a "structuring absence," that of Lee herself.
The website Huffington Post reported on Monday that NBC News correspondent David Gregory has been tapped to succeed the late Tim Russert as host of "Meet the Press."
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures