CBS is promoting a colonoscopy sweepstakes in primetime. As part of its CBS Cares public service initiative, the network is offering a four-night stay in New York to one lucky winner. Oh -- and a…
A year after moving across town from City Hall into sparkling new Varick Street digs, public radio station WNYC is opening a live entertainment venue on the ground floor.
Madison Avenue's going down to the wire with SAG and AFTRA, as weekend talks continued ahead of Tuesday's contract expiration date.
Dick Clark Prods. has tapped Will Staeger to serve as its senior VP of programming and strategic development.
With a flurry of appearances, President Obama is "taking his message to the people," apparently frustrated with the mindset of D.C. media. "One day I'm a genius, one day I'm a bum," he said last…
The Federal Reserve has a new place to spread its messaging: A theater near you.
Elisabeth Murdoch announced this week the start of an international expansion push for her Shine Group with the launch of the company's first outpost on the European mainland, Shine Germany, which…
Moviegoers plunking down in their seats will soon be greeted with a message from an unlikely source: The Federal Reserve.
The Times-Picayune in New Orleans criticizes Mayor Ray Nagin's effort to rebuild the city via the Revelopment Agency as too slow, but praises a recent move: partnering with Brad Pitt's Make it Right…
Amid a tightening economy and slowing DVD sales, Lionsgate is cutting 8% of its staff, trimming the number of job slots by 45 to about 500.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Obama's decision to go on "Face the Nation," rather than "Meet the Press," is a signal that "will no doubt create more anxiety among…