Sports writers occasionally become so enamored with "the story" that they miss the event they're covering, and I think the New York Times' Pete Thamel fell victim to that myopia in his analysis…
For my money the cleverest guys in media might be the ones that dream up titles for porn movies. Take an established franchise, move a letter or two around, and presto, "The Da Vinci Code" becomes…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. During oral arguments today, Supreme Court justices appear skeptical that David Bossie's "Hillary: The Movie" falls under campaign finance laws…
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President Obama holds another primetime press conference this evening, with his approval rating holding steady or even increasing in the latest polls. The AIG mess has taken its toll — but the public…
National Public Radio's David Folkenflik is a little late to the party in noticing the surge in Fox News Channel's ratings during President Barack Obama's young presidency. Yet one wonders if News…
E! Entertainment latenight host Chelsea Handler has sealed a rich deal with E! parent Comcast Entertainment Group that keeps her at the cabler for at least the next three years.
The Parents Television Council newsletter is always good for a few laughs, but I'd hate to think that anybody takes it too seriously, especially with a blaring headline like, "Why PTC's Work Matters…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. I'm late today — a pressing assignment and finishing taxes. But here's a few stories making the rounds… David Bossie's anti-Hillary doc "Hillary…
What does "God of Carnage" mean and what are you to expect from a night in the theater that includes the TV superstar, James Gandofini, the Oscar-&-Tony winner Marcia Gay Harden, our old friend from…
DirecTV has dug up three more short-lived series to run on its 101 Network, bringing back episodes of mid-2000s dramas "Smith," "The Nine" and "Eyes."