Articles By Christopher Zara
In a phone interview with the International Business Times, the evangelical author David Barton said he was approached by four publishers, among them conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck's imprint, to distribute "The Jefferson Lies" after publisher Thomas Nelson halted shipments because of claims that it contains numerous mistakes.
Madonna is being sued for $10 million by the Trade Union of Russian Citizens -- a pro-Kremlin activist organization -- for "damaging the cultural foundations of St. Petersburg," according to the Russian website RT.com.
HBO on Thursday announced that it has placed a straight-to-series order for Guest's "Family Tree," a single-camera comedy about an unemployed 30-year-old who receives a mysterious box from his great aunt.
Kelsey Grammer has suggested that his right-wing views were the reason he was snubbed for an Emmy Award. Here are five conservatives who have received TV's highest honor.
A little optimism goes a long way: According to a recent study commissioned by the Newspaper Association Managers (NAM), 25 percent of newspaper executives believe the industry will be more relevant five years from now than it is today.
Did the group American Atheists cross the line when it tried to mock Mormonism at the site of the upcoming Republican National Convention? Some sales executives in Tampa, Fla., think it did, at least according to American Atheists President David Silverman.
The PSA, produced almost 20 years ago by Ray Bjork Elementary School, advocates for Internet access at schools, with youngsters asking, "Why should I be on the Internet?" The answers may surprise you.
The once-noisy din surrounding user-generated contests has somewhat quieted in recent years, but Canon U.S.A. on Tuesday announced that it has wrangled up five disparate celebrities to direct short films under the tutelage of the Oscar-winning director Ron Howard.
Two unpaid interns who last year sued Fox Searchlight over work they say they should have been paid for are looking to expand the case to include all interns who participated in programs run by Fox Entertainment Group.
The studio is reportedly citing declines in the home entertainment industry as its reason for shuttering six-year-old label Warner Premiere.