Magazines are still around and some are actually doing pretty damned well
Doc "Shouting Fire" began during the Bush administration, exploring cases of those punished for speaking out "in the age of terror."
The top pricetag for single tickets to "Bye Bye Birdie" is right up there with "Billy Elliot."
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Olive Garden is backtracking on reports that it is pulling ads from Letterman. It's hard to discern whether it is really pulling ads…
Karen Ocamb of Frontiers writes of gay donors who are withholding their support from the Democratic party, a list that now includes Beverly Hills-based philanthropist/Internet entrpreneur David…
Julius Genachowski was approved by the Senate Commerce Committee to be the next FCC chairman. There's no word on a full vote of the Senate, but B&C's John Eggerton writes thatit could come before the…
Politico says the sponsor has pulled out of "Late Show with David Letterman" for the rest of the year because of the host's "inappropriate comments" about Sarah Palin. A guest relations manager told…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. On its Facebook page, the White House released a video of Stephen Colbert and President Obama auditioning and shooting the…
Over the past eight years, Sundance vet Trevor Groth has been moonlighting at a little festival in Nevada called CineVegas.
As the Iranian government tightens its grip on international reporters and social networking, one question still lingers: How is news still filtering out of the country by Twitter? Time's Lev…
On the latest edition of Wilshire & Washington on the Radio, we examine social media's influence on the aftermath of the Iranian elections, and why this shouldn't be a debate about MSM vs. the Web…