The conservative writer, talk show host and consummate intellect died today at 82. He founded the conservative journal National Review, and hosted PBS’s "The Firing Line," and was an especially…
This election contest's Democratic presidential debates have been compared to boxing matches, to reality shows and to soap operas. But the metaphor placed on tonight's 20th, and hopefully final…
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Now that the writers strike has been resolved, Warner Bros. is pushing ahead with its plans to make "Justice League" in time for a 2009 debut.
FX is pitching in to help its sibling net Fox give a good kickoff to new comedy "Unhitched," which hails from the Farrelly brothers and 20th Century Fox TV.
Geraldine Ferraro, the only woman ever to be on a major party presidential ticket, lashed out at the media coverage of the campaign on an appearance today on KPCC’s "Patt Morrison." "If you take a…
A federal judge handed a legal victory Tuesday to a woman who claims "Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator'' led her brother -- a Texas prosecutor -- to kill himself after camera crews and police…
In the final act of the WGA strike, scribes have given a 93.6% endorsement to the new three-year deal.
Jonathan Mostow will partner with Virgin Comics to develop a feature from "The Megas," a graphic novel just published by Virgin based on a Mostow idea.
A top lawmaker has called the Federal Communications Commission's auction of wireless spectrum "a disaster," saying the agency had "fouled up" the process in a way that has favored two telco giants.
As the pressure increases on SAG to start pact talks, Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. has taken the unusual step of introducing strike insurance.
Bollywood epic "Jodhaa Akbar," banned in two Indian states, should have an easier rollout into Southern India on March 6.