A Colorado judge ordered a Fox News reporter on Friday to testify in the case of accused theater gunman James Holmes and shed light on her anonymous sources for a story about a notebook connected to Holmes. Arapahoe County District Judge William
The Qatar-owned media group Al Jazeera is in talks to buy Current TV, a struggling cable channel founded by former US vice president Al Gore, The New York Times reported Wednesday.
Al Jazeera announced a deal to take over Current TV, the low-rated cable channel that was founded by Al Gore, a former vice president, and his business partners 7 years ago. Al Jazeera plans to shut Current and start an English-language channel,
Clarkson: ‘It took us 40 years to get rid of him’
Washington D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier has confirmed that the department is looking into allegations that NBC's David Gregory violated D.C.'s gun banning laws during a recent taping of Meet the Press.
Broadcaster’s vendetta against second amendment intensifies
Murder suspect George Zimmerman on Thursday filed a defamation lawsuit against NBCUniversal Media as well as three current and former NBC reporters for allegedly portraying him as racist to increase ratings.
New York's Gabriel Sherman reports that Fox News is scaling back airtime for Republican pundit Karl Rove, in what appears to be a reprimand for Rove's meltdown during the network's live election broadcast.
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In a bizarre interview aired Friday morning, “Fox & Friends” apparently got punked by an author who declared that society absolutely has every reason to “destroy the imaginations of our children.”
The HGTV show “Househunters International” is almost as good as “Judge Judy” in providing insights into human behavior in conditions of abundance and the welfare state.
A program dedicated to exploring the role of unmanned systems in news gathering issues its first report from the field.
Phoenix's KPHO TV, on Oct. 19th, erroneously declared that Barack Obama had bested Mitt Romney in the 2012 election. That was 19 days ahead of the Nov. 6th election! Huh?
Saturday Night Live debuted its new President Barack Obama last night, introducing cast member Jay Pharoah, who will take over the role of the President from Fred Armisen for the 2012 election season.
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Syria has accused Western and Arab intelligence agencies of plotting to “hijack” its satellite channel frequencies in order to spread misinformation about the alleged advances of the rebels, military defections or the fall of certain cities.
Tackling stimulating subjects like mass extinction and resource wars with nary a human character in sight, Grant Morrison and Barry Sonnenfeld’s Dominion: Dinosaurs vs. Aliens is a cerebral sci-fi experiment that’s far more ambitious than it sounds.
Could you imagine not being able to watch the Heat play the Thunder in the NBA Finals until about three hours after the game?
Commercials warning Egyptian citizens to watch what they say to strangers were banned from television Friday after Egyptian Minister of Information Ahmed Anis called the ads an apparent "incitement against foreigners", according to Al Arabiya News.
At this weekends Libertarian Party National Convention in Las Vegas, Less Antman delivers one of the best speeches of the entire weekend. This endearing speech was broadcast Live on C-Span to an estimated 2.1 million viewers.
It would seem absurd to think that the corporate free press in America is actually helping Ron Paul in his bid to become the Republican nominee doesn’t it? Well, not really.
Enjoy this compilation of interviews, reports, speakers, comedy routines, and movie clips that communicate the system is broken and needs to be discarded.
Ready for another surprise from Assange? The second episode of The World Tomorrow has it all. This time Assange has two guests with two opposite points of view ready to lock in a fight over some of the hottest issues.
Last Thursday, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco struck down a seven-decade-old ban on political ads on noncommercial TV and radio stations.
What they would never say on mainstream TV – Julian Assange promises delicious revelations from his guests in The World Tomorrow on RT, hours before the world premiere.
Warner Bros. has put on hold a controversial Mel Gibson movie project about the Jewish Maccabee revolt in the 2nd Century B.C. after reading the script by writer Joe Eszterhas
Lebanon's Al-Jadeed satellite television on Monday accused the Syrian army of shooting dead its cameraman Ali Shaaban, saying it opened fire at its team which was on Lebanon's side of the border.
The BBC producer/director’s brilliant oeuvre is nothing less than astonishing.