This could be big for the coal industry: A “clean coal” project with behind-the-scenes backing from top administration officials and nearly half a billion dollars in federal subsidies intended to support the case for stringent environmental regulation may instead show why those regulations are illegal. Show More Summary
I would, too, considering how Hillary Clinton isn’t trusted by the American people.
Mollie Hemingway describes why comedian Amy Schumer is not a reliable source on anything related to policy.
Apparently, the Left needs a refresher course in what motherhood is.
The Supreme Court's recent decision to deny review of the Authors Guild v. Google, Inc. ruling was a blow not just to the suit's plaintiffs in the book industry but to all of us in the business of writing and publishing content. Here's...Show More Summary
The station announced the move to staff this morning.
Rayam started working at the Atlanta Fox-owned station in 1994
They all reinforce the recurring theme that nothing plays on TV like animals having sex, train whistles and speech patterns that are hard to understand.
Ad spending on original digital content has posted staggering gains in the past couple of years. MediaPost reports that spending on desktop and mobile combined has more than doubled since 2014, with the bulk of the money coming out of...
With broadcast executives currently meeting to size up more than 80 pilots, a new analysis by The Hollywood Reporter singles out 10 projects that are likely to receive series orders. The projects include two apiece at each of five networks:...
A new documentary premiering tonight on the PBS “American Masters” series delves into the life and death of Janis Joplin more than 45 years ago, and the movie’s director sees parallels with the recent death of another music icon, Prince....
El Rey Network has hired a new president and general manager. The network announced that it is bringing aboard Daniel Tibbets, who most recently was chief content officer for Machinima. The announcement was made today by Robert Rodriguez, chairman and...
As William Shakespeare once wrote, “What’s in a name?”
The winners will be announced at a ceremony set to take place in New York City on June 12.
Having passed the 100-day mark until the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio last week, and with the torch relay starting today, the countdown to the Games of the XXXI Olympiad is officially on. As new brands enter the fray through the relaxing...Show More Summary
A celebration of creativity. That's what KBS is hoping to create with "Becoming," its first successful attempt at creating a documentary series. KBS' first effort, "Becoming: Bradley Theodore," serves as an in-depth portrait of lauded New York artist Bradley Theodore (he's known for his skeletal portraits). Show More Summary
Netflix's latest out-of-home campaign lets Snapchat users in France swap faces with its TV characters including House of Cards' Frank Underwood and the namesake of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Urban passersby can take selfies in front of a Netflix billboard. Show More Summary
Brutal hours and intense deadlines have made it hard for moms to land leadership roles in advertising—and that's bad news for agencies and clients since moms offer a valuable perspective for brands who are targeting that exact group. The...Show More Summary
Sometimes when a business helps someone out of a tough spot, the good deed can be its own reward. But sometimes, it can also be a spectacular marketing move. That's what happened last week in the U.K. with travel megabrand Virgin. In...Show More Summary
Over the years, Time Warner Cable has unfortunately earned a certain less-than-flattering reputation in the customer service department. In its newest ad campaign, the cable giant has a message for customers: We know... and we're working...Show More Summary