After 72 years on the air (with more than 15,700 episodes on radio and TV combined), "Guiding Light" will shine no more -- at least on CBS.
The University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication announced the winners of the Peabody Awards on Wednesday, with "Saturday Night Live" winning an honor for its satirical…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. In the wake of a New York Times page one profile of Glenn Beck — zeroing in on his ability to tap into populist resentments — Stephen…
Every so often I watch things that don't really lend themselves to full, in-depth analysis (or as close as I ever get to that), so I thought I'd use the blog to offer occasional capsule reviews…
The visit of the stars of "The West Wing" to Capitol Hill to support the Employee Free Choice Act triggered a scathing response from opponents of the bill, including Brian Worth, who heads the…
Discovery Channel announced second-season renewals for five series Monday, giving reups to "American Loggers," "Destroyed in Seconds," "How Stuff Works," "Time Warp" and "Treasure Quest."
Today's court ruling by a three-judge panel in Minnesota appears to be a fatal blow to Norm Coleman's efforts to overcome a 225-vote deficit in his race against Al Franken. The judges essentially…
It's fun to make fun of old Martha Stewart shows.
Variety's Paul Harris writes from Capitol Hill today on the full-throttle lobbying effort being waged by arts orgs to increase the government's funding for the National Endowments as well as some tax…
Nothing ruins an unscripted TV show faster than a participant who is clearly playing to the cameras, preoccupied with how his or her "character" will be perceived while dreaming about parlaying an…