Folksy wisdom helped carry Fred Thompson through a Senate career and certainly as a character actor, but can he use it to shake off what could be his first true campaign flap? The issue concerns the "…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Updated As Broadway audiences still flock to sold out shows of “Frost/Nixon,” right, the federal government is doing its own part to help in the…
With all of her work as First Lady on highway beautification and the environment, not to mention her husband’s political career, it’s easy to forget that Lady Bird Johnson was the instigator of the…
Last night they held the premiere of "Capitivity," the slasher pic that would just be any other slasher pic this summer were it not for the MPAA's sanctions on its marketing campaign. According to…
Get ready for a bumpy ride when contract negotiations start next week between the Writers Guild of America and Hollywood producers.
Sen. Russell Feingold (D-Wisc.) has pressed the four largest radio broadcasters to demonstrate that they are honoring a recent consent agreement with the Federal Communications Commission to stop…
Chinese gamers have a bone to pick with online censors after bones and skeletons disappeared from the Chinese version of popular online fantasy game World of Warcraft.
Revenues were up last year for Canada's cable and satellite operators, according to a report from broadcast regulator the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.
Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post has an extensive piece on why Hollywood hasn't made a definitive biopic on the life of Martin Luther King, or of the civil rights era, for that matter. She pegs it…
Law enforcement agencies have wrapped a huge dragnet of counterfeiters across the Asia-Pacific region, which involved 1,303 raids targeting the production, distribution and sale of pirated pics.