WASHINGTON — President Obama once again threw out cutting zingers at this year’s White House Correspondents Assn. dinner, skewering cable news, the Republican presidential field and even Hillary…
CNN and ESPN worked hard to get their mileage out of live coverage of the Correspondents Dinner, even though the night failed to break its dated construct.
The 2013 White House Correspondents' Assn. Dinner saw host Conan O'Brien and President Obama dish an abundance of insider barbs.
The Supreme Court narrowly ruled in favor of Comcast on Wednesday, holding that a group of its Philadelphia area subscribers claiming they were overcharged could not sue the cable operator in a…
Once again, an issue of national importance has focus media attention on the Supreme Court, and once again the nine justices are defiant to the digital age. This morning’s hearing over the…
In the two months since the Newtown, Conn., shootings, more than a dozen bills have been introduced at the state level to address violence in the media, with most of the proposals focused on…
The nation and its politicians are desperately seeking an answer for a horrific event that no sane mind can grasp. And that's leading to calls for studies. Unfortunately, some parties are announcing…
Joining other lawmakers who have pointed to media violence in the wake of the tragic shootings in Connecticut, Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W. Va.) introduced legislation on Wednesday calling for a study…
Dorothy's ruby slippers, Frankenstein's neck bolts and Snow White's blue and yellow dress may be indelible parts of their characters, but for studio lawyers, they are elements of a legal minefield.
The Supreme Court's ruling on Monday that violent videogames are a protected form of free speech comes as a relief not just to the gaming industry but to the rest of Hollywood.
Supreme Court justices grilled both sides of the vidgame violence issue Tuesday as the high court heard oral arguments on the challenge to California's controversial ban on sales of such games to…