Articles By Christopher Zara
The BBC received almost 200 complaints from angry viewers complaining that the sitcom "Citizen Khan" presents an insulting, tasteless and stereotypical view of the Muslim community.
Eddie Murphy is looking to revive the "Beverly Hills Cop" movie franchise with a new television series. The actor has begun shopping the action-comedy series around to the broadcast networks this week.
The film, "2016: Obama's America," purports to show what the world will look like if President Barack Obama wins a second term and carries out what the Indian-born, Dartmouth-educated writer/fabulist claims is a rabid anti-colonialist agenda.
Visual effects are now the foremost draw for most big-budget movies, and yet conditions for the workers who create those effects have never been worse. Many VFX artists face punishing schedules, working with no health insurance or benefits to meet the demands of effects-laden motion pictures.
Katie Couric, whose new show, “Katie,” debuts Sept. 10 on ABC, said she felt “liberated” after she left “CBS Evening News” last year amid stubbornly low ratings.
According to the Women's Media Center, the results of a new study show that bylines skew overwhelmingly male for newspapers' election coverage when compared to the overall population and to the gender makeup of most newsrooms.
The Times Co. blamed the decline of the information website About.com on a change in Google's algorithm, which reduced the site's rankings and caused a loss of traffic over the last year.
A new study by the Association of Magazine Media (formerly Magazine Publishers of America, or MPA) found that social media use enhances the distribution and consumption of magazine content and fosters deeper engagement among young readers.
The Newspaper Association of America on Thursday blasted the Postal Regulatory Commission over a plan to give one of the industry's largest competitors a special discount on advertising circulars.
A former executive is suing MTV Networks and its parent, Viacom (Nasdaq: VIA), claiming she was bullied by superiors and discriminated for her age and gender before being unjustly fired.