Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist and Brit thesp Olivia Williams are set to topline "The Shadows," an English-language thriller directed by first-timer Ludovic Bernard, who worked as first assistant…
Gary Knell came aboard NPR at the end of 2011, a seeming antidote to a staff and membership roiled by controversy and facing something of an identity crisis: In an age when content is available via…
Fox News Channel has long burnished slogans such as "Fair and Balanced" and "We Report, You Decide." But it may just as well have used this old chestnut: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." For years…
Trayvon Martin was the first casualty in the George Zimmeran case, but restraint, on the news media's part, was clearly the second, as cable news once again established it is less news, in the…
As Fox News Channel’s “The Five” turns two today, it has some ratings news to help stoke the celebration. The late-afternoon talkshow, on which five panelists examine the top news, controversies and…
Washington D.C. this weekend will be full of entertainment industry figures, the spotlight of national and international media and very intense security, but the accepted conventional wisdom is that…
William Morris Endeavor's literary department is on pace to have its best year ever, thanks to its swelling roster of best-selling authors.
Chris Wallace has signed a multi-year contract with Fox News to continue anchoring "Fox News Sunday."
Cable nets have made journalists into stars and popular pundits, but there's a fine line to tread when voicing an opinion -- as Juan Willliams found out.
The cultural and intellectual underpinnings of high school debate teams are put under the microscope.