During the Super Bowl Sunday, one commercial was for a political group seeking to make small changed to the gun control laws in the country. The measures are backed by a 600-member coalition of big- and small-city mayors. In the ad, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Tom Menino starred.
China is known around the world as the place that makes the televisions, iPhones and iPads that are in hot demand. Their culture doesn't share the same way, though. But could it?
Perhaps no man has made Super PACs more well-known than comedian Stephen Colbert. And he wouldn't be able to do that without the help of his attorney, former FEC commissioner Trevor Potter. Potter said the disclosures come too late and too slowly to help voters make decisions.
Cable and Satellite companies like DirecTV are becoming much more reluctant to grant local TV stations the increase in retransmission fees they seek — and that's led many viewers to be left without popular programs like the Golden Globes and possibly including the upcoming Super Bowl
Paula Deen, the celebrity chef known for her love of butter, has announced she has diabetes. Instead of using it as a reason to lighten her cooking, she's becoming a paid spokeswoman for a pharmaceutical company.
The Red Carpet was walked. The Golden Globes were awarded. Political statements were even made. But, at the end of the night, the 69th annual Golden Globes gave few clues as to who might be the ultimate winners out of this year's crop of TV programs and movies.
Cafe Hon, and the Hon culture immortalized in John Waters films, got a makeover recently from celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey and his Kitchen Nightmares program
Harry Morgan, well-known as the actor who portrayed Col. Sherman T. Potter on the long-running TV show MASH, died on Wednesday at age 96.
MTV was launched Aug. 1, 1981. Now, 30 years later, the M (music) doesn't seem to make so much sense — but it certainly did at launch. Today, many folks would like their MTV — back.
The cult-classic TV show "Arrested Development" is returning, with 9 or 10 TV episodes that would reintroduce all the characters and ultimately lead into a movie.