In a sea of bland, lackluster commercials, two ad campaigns, an eccentric, intriguing, adventurous older man and a Scotsman wielding a dipstick won hands down as the funniest commercials of 2009.
For more than 60 years, TV stations have broadcast news, sports and entertainment for free and made their money by showing commercials. That might not work much longer. The business model is unraveling at ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox
We’ve got the goods on Charlie Sheen’s “not so” Merry Christmas in Aspen. This wasn’t first time Charlie’s been busted for battery or has had a restraining order issued against him from a current wife. ALSO: Kelly Preston “shooting incident” when Pr
Touchscreens are so yesterday. Remote controls? So last century. The future is controlling your devices with a simple wave of the hand. A wiggle of the fingers will change television channels or turn the volume up or down. In videogames, your m
John Stossel joined FOX Business and FOX News in October 2009. His show, Stossel, airs on the Fox Business Network on Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET. The New York Times best-selling author of Give Me A Break and Myths, Lies and Downright Stupidity. His "Give
Like a real life TV commercial, OnStar helps rescue Sen. Corker's daughter from a carjacking.
Comcast Corp struck a deal to buy a majority stake in NBC Universal from General Electric Co, creating a media superpower that would control not just how TV shows and movies are made, but how they are delivered to the home. The deal has been discu
ABC Television is under siege after airing—and then "censoring"— Adam Lambert's controversial male-on-male "S&M" performance at the American Music Awards. His decision to simulate oral sex on stage with a male dancer, fumed Lambert: "I don't mean to
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Media Matters is taking credit for Lou Dobbs' announcement that he is leaving CNN. Should Dobbs send the Leftie "watchdog" group a box of chocolates?
CNN reporter John King will replace controversial host Lou Dobbs in a new weeknight political program on CNN. The appointment of King, currently the chief national political correspondent and host of Sunday political show "State of the Union,"
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At this year’s Emmy Awards, actress Victoria Rowell wore a strapless “Obama” dress. Although internet pollsters voted her worst dressed, President Obama’s celebrity status is disturbing.
I wonder if Jay is reading Phoenix Freedom's News? About the 4:15 mark Dog Story, 6:05 Insane Killer hmmm.
Alex welcomes reality MTV stars Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag to discuss their awakening to the New World Order and 9/11 truth.
You didn't have to search far to find stars paying tribute to Ed McMahon on Sunday. The memorial service for Tonight Show's second banana, who died last Tuesday, was held at the Church of the Hills at Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in the Hollywood Hills and included more than 200 friends and family members, his wife, Pamela, his five children and his grandchildren among them, Entertainment Tonight reports.
Billy Mays, the burly, bearded television pitchman whose boisterous hawking of products such as Orange Glo, OxiClean and ESPN made him a pop-culture icon, died today. He was 50. Tampa police said Mays was found unresponsive by his wife, Deborah Mays, this morning. A fire rescue crew pronounced him dead at 7:45 a.m. Investigators do not suspect foul play, said Lt. Brian Dugan of the Tampa Police Department.
"V" Trailer (What is Old is New again)
...over the past two decades he and his team have accrued some pretty embarrassing moments. Leno's producers compiled and aired them last night as part of his last week as host of the program.
10 year old ballerina Holly Steel singing "I could have danced all night," from My Fair Lady on Britain's got Talent. [nice]
The Supreme Court upheld a U.S. government crackdown on profanity on television, a policy that subjects broadcasters to fines for airing a single expletive blurted out on a live show. In its first ruling on broadcast indecency standards in more than
Fox News' Shepard Smith is pissed. Speaking on Fox News' online webcast, The Strategy Room, the Fox anchor responded brashly to the question of whether the United States should use torture in interrogating detainees.
Well this brings back some memories of another contestant....
Deputy director of parks and recreation, Leslie Knope makes it her sole mission to take on a city pit and turn it into a beautiful park. [watch it now - the over/under is at 7 episodes]
After 15 seasons of fixing patients and breaking hearts, the doctors of "ER," the TV drama that launched superstar George Clooney, booked their final appointment Thursday. The 332-episode series will close on NBC with a two-hour special.
CBS is pulling the plug on the soap opera "Guiding Light" after a 72-year run that predates television, the show a victim of the economy and changed viewing habits. The drama's final episode will air on Sept. 18.
In the second episode of Joss Whedon’s new Fox series Dollhouse, an FBI agent who has been obsessively pursuing a human trafficking operation gets a tip from a co-worker. “We got a call,” his colleague says. “Couple of kids found a house in the woods