Donald Trump's tightening grasp on the Republican presidential nomination puts the media in an interesting quandary. Because if the mogul/reality star is as much of a threat to the country's future…
Edward R. Murrow
Richard C. Hottelet, the last living member of a group of CBS News correspondents whose work under Edward R. Murrow during World War II helped set a template for broadcast journalism, died Wednesday…
While Fox Sports 1 has been mounting a national alternative — including a talkshow that should even make Regis Philbin blush — ESPN has been gradually adding to its arsenal, signing former…
In the latest in a series of prominent TV-news hires, Al-Jazeera America said Monday it had enlisted Sheila MacVicar, a veteran foreign correspondent most recently with CBS News, to contribute to…
A bevy of publicists were willing to provide — if not for attribution — their thoughts on the nightly battle to plop clients happily on the chair across from the hosts of latenight…
With his father Mike, Chris Wallace forms the first father-son combo to win the Paul White Award.
Never before have the Directors Guild of America and the Academy slates differed so dramatically, with only Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" and Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" named on both lists.
Founder of Kennedy Center Honors, AFI honored by Acad
Historic material ranging from an 1888 Edison recording for a talking doll to classic rock, country, funk and disco comprises the 25 selections for the Library of Congress' National Recording…
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Steven Spielberg has tapped David Strathairn to play William Seward, Abraham Lincoln's Secretary of State, in the DreamWorks drama "Lincoln."
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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