Cable TV Is Having A Ratings Crisis
March 10 2015 1:37 PM EDT
Viewership dropped across every major category in 2014, with entertainment and kids' shows bearing the brunt.
'The Crowded Room' Could Be DiCaprio's First Oscar Win
March 02 2015 2:56 PM EST
Leonardo DiCaprio seems primed to win his first Oscar with two upcoming films.
As Attacks Grow, So Does Bill O'Reilly’s Audience
February 28 2015 8:52 AM EST
"The O’Reilly Factor" this week delivered its best ratings of 2015, even as criticism of its host mounted.
New York Daily News For Sale?
February 26 2015 8:11 PM EST
In a memo sent to Daily News employees, owner Mort Zuckerman said he was exploring the possibility of selling the New York tabloid.
Meet The New ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Esque Adaptations
February 25 2015 2:13 PM EST
There's more kink where "Fifty Shades of Grey" came from, and Hollywood is looking for the next best Mr. Grey.
Will An Oscar Win Lengthen Your Life?
February 18 2015 1:14 PM EST
That's just one of about 200 academic papers related to the Academy Awards that Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch has uncovered.
'Better Call Saul' Breaks More Ratings Records
February 18 2015 12:05 PM EST
"Better Call Saul" continues to break ratings records for its stellar two-night series premiere.
Media’s Worst Week Explodes Twitter’s Filter Bubbles
February 13 2015 2:18 PM EST
A week that began with a cynical essay on journalism ended with the death of one of the most beloved journalists on Twitter.
Jon Stewart To Leave 'The Daily Show'
February 11 2015 12:03 AM EST
"This show doesn't deserve an even slightly restless host," he said, after announcing he'll leave the program at the end of the year.
'This Suspension Is Severe And Appropriate'
February 10 2015 9:09 PM EST
Brian Williams' six-month suspension may jeopardize "NBC Nightly News," but it sent a message about the power of NBC versus any personality.
Grammys No High Note For CBS
February 09 2015 3:11 PM EST
Sunday’s Grammy Awards telecast drew 25.3 million viewers, a decline of more than 10 percent compared with last year.
Twenty-First Century Fox Cuts 2016 Profit Forecast
February 04 2015 11:14 PM EST
Though the company posted strong figures for the last quarter, the strong dollar and declining ad revenue in its broadcast unit have hurt it.
‘Frozen’ Fever Cools Off, And So Do Disney Profits
February 02 2015 4:02 PM EST
Analysts expect Disney to see a modest, 2.8 percent increase in earnings after five straight quarters of double-digit growth.
Al Jazeera America Overhauls Programming
January 16 2015 6:57 PM EST
According to a memo from CEO Ehab Al Shihabi, the fledgling cable news network is making a litany of changes.
Golden Globes 2015: Biggest Winners
January 11 2015 11:55 PM EST
Who were the biggest winners at the Golden Globes Sunday?
When Cartoons Force Newsrooms To Rethink Their Policies
January 08 2015 5:58 PM EST
Critics said not republishing Charlie Hebdo’s Muhammad cartoons was a cowardly act, but free speech is a two-way street.
Seven Arrested Over Paris Attack, 1 Suspect Surrenders
January 07 2015 7:28 PM EST
Hamyd Mourad reportedly walked into a police station in the French town of Charleville-Mézières and gave himself up.
Hollywood Posts Worst Summer Box Office In 8 Years
January 05 2015 3:40 PM EST
The slate of superheroes and sequels couldn't save this summer's box office.
Indie Theaters To Sony: We'll Screen 'The Interview'
December 23 2014 10:54 AM EST
A group of cinemas has pledged to screen the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy that some multiplexes pulled last week.
Drones Capture ‘Lagoons Of Filth’ Over Factory Farms
December 19 2014 12:33 PM EST
A pit of untreated pig waste “the size of several football fields,” claims filmmaker Mark Devries.