An Australian comedy sketch show pulled off the air for two weeks after it made fun of dying children is set to return to screens June 24.
Anchor Rick Sanchez reacted to online criticism that the cable news network downplayed the protests following the Iranian election, at least in its coverage over the weekend. "Frankly, it's a…
Updated One of the leaders of the protest planned this evening against David Letterman is John Ziegler, the L.A.-based radio talk host who made a documentary on the 2008 campaign called "Media…
Production of "Happy Feet 2" and "The Guardians of Ga'Hoole" is under way but politicians in Australia's biggest state, New South Wales, want an ever bigger screen industry.
MySpace is hitting the delete button on 30% of its staffers, laying off 420 employees to cut costs.
The publisher of the wildly popular and very profitable "Harry Potter" books says it intends to fight a lawsuit alleging that author J.K. Rowling stole the idea for the series about the boy wizard.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. A few quick hits this morning… President Obama's nominee for FCC chairman, Julius Genachowski, appears before a Senate committee for the first…
Updated Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin accepted David Letterman's apology "on behalf of young women, like my daughters, who hope men who 'joke' about public displays of sexual exploitation of girls will…
"Twilight" will make its free TV premiere in Germany on ProSiebenSat.1, following a deal between the broadcasting giant and Herbert Kloiber's production and licensing company Tele Muenchen Group.
Bruno Podalydes' "Bancs Publics," an ensemble film starring a bevy of well-known Gallic thesps, including Mathieu Amalric ("The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"), will open the Paris Cinema Intl. Film…