Dennis Quaid spoke to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the importance of wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic. Now the actor is accusing the press of needlessly politicizing the conversation.
"America's Forgotten" explores the human costs attributed to illegal immigration: "Due to the possible political backlash all credits have been voluntarily withheld by the crew of this film."
Facebook accused of canceling advertising for an event about "cancel culture" starring Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager.
Disney is in a war of words with lawmakers, shareholders and human-rights activists over its handling of Mulan.
Amid market turmoil, Maria Bartiromo, the anchor at Fox Business Network, talks stocks, politics and punk rock in a Q&A with Newsweek
My Pillow creator Michael Lindell threatens CNN with legal redress over Anderson Cooper's Oleandrin interview, according to a letter exclusively obtained by Newsweek.
Conservative stars like Ben Shapiro and Stephen Miller were making waves at a young age; meet the dozen who are following in their footsteps.
Donald Trump's lengthy nomination-acceptance speech drew a smaller audience than Joe Biden's similar speech last week, though Fox News set another record.
As celebrities attack Tucker Carlson and Fox News, at least three entertainers are risking he wrath of Hollywood liberals by defending the controversial host.
The Daily Wire, the conservative media organization co-founded by Ben Shapiro, is getting more likes, shares and comments on Facebook than any other outlet.
Monday evening marked the highest rated first night of a convention for an individual cable network, Fox News said.
Viewership for the convention in which Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination fell from 2016, when Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination.
Initial data suggests the broadcast TV audience for the Democratic National Convention is about half what it was four years ago.
The hype surrounding the Democrat's virtual convention hasn't led to large viewership, with ratings off 50 percent from four years ago.
Something called "CancelCon" will include speakers like Ben Shapiro, Adam Carolla, Dave Rubin and Dennis Prager.
Capitalism, under attack by some Black Lives Matter protesters and strained by a pandemic, is defended in a new film starring former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Another film about the late Roger Ailes is set to debut on Friday, though unlike last year's movie, Bombshell, or the TV miniseries The Loudest Voice, the newest project is a positive look at the former head of the Fox News Channel.
A decision by Walmart not to carry the documentary 'No Safe Spaces' in its brick-and-mortar stores prompted 23 media personalities, from both the political right and left, to join forces to ask the retailer to reverse course.
Jerry Falwell Jr. recently apologized for an inappropriate tweet but believes efforts to rein in the president on social media are misguided and destined for failure.
Comedian Adam Carolla and talk-show host Dennis Prager are complaining about Walmart's decision to shun their free-speech documentary, "No Safe Spaces."
Network news is experiencing a big gain in ratings as Americans tune in to stay informed about the coronavirus. Some network executives hope and believe the change will be lasting.
"It was heartbreaking. We had two days of bliss," said Arthur Banning, whose plans to marry his Philippine girlfriend have been greatly complicated by the coronavirus.
"Journalists make a big deal about looking at stories from all sides, but they don't," Logan said. "There's been how many conversations about the bias at Fox? But we don't talk about the liberal bias. Why can't we have that conversation, as well?"
More than 80 people who make music for television and film have mashed up "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" and "What a Wonderful World" in latest coronavirus charitable effort.
Former Van Halen lead singer Gary Cherone acknowledges he wasn't a fan of Kanye West, until he heard this song.
"He rightly gets credit for shooting from the hip," said one media expert.
Stars from Chrissy Teigen to Chance the Rapper Are Betting On Quibi to Change How You Watch Everything
Hollywood has tried and failed before to get in on the market for short-form digital entertainment. Quibi is the most ambitious attempt yet.