President Obama's first address to a Joint Session of Congress drew 52.37 million viewers on Tuesday night, a slighty larger audience than his primetime press conference two weeks earlier, which…
Has the new Stephen Sondheim revue "iSondheim" been scuttled just before its world preem at the Alliance Theater in Atlanta?
Samuel L. Jackson has buried the hatchet with Marvel Entertainment, making a deal to play the role of Nick Fury in "Iron Man 2," and potentially many other films.
In initial results, he commands about the same audience as his first press conference. One side effect of his presidency: Stronger ratings for Fox News, too. Update from Variety's Rick Kissell: …
The depressed economy continues to give World Wrestling Entertainment some stiff competition.
President Obama stayed away from social issues in his speech last night, but the fight over same-sex marraige is once again escalating in California. Sean Penn pushed marriage equality in his Oscar…
Struggling commercial giant ITV has drawn up plans for a three-way merger with beleagured pubcaster Channel 4 and tyro terrestrial web Five that would prompt one of the biggest shakeups in British…
A $1.2 billion writedown at Starz Entertainment due to the economy sent John Malone's Liberty Media to a fourth-quarter operating loss of $1.3 billion.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. President Obama's speech may have been the most Twittered event in history, what with all of the lawmakers, media figures and bloggers offering up…
The full text of President Obama's state of the nation speech is here. Bobby Jindal's response? It's being compared to Kenneth from "30 Rock."
President Barack Obama promised a nation shuddering in economic crisis Tuesday night that he would lead it from a dire "day of reckoning" to a brighter future, summoning politicians and public alike…