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Cleveland man Charles Ramsey became a national hero this week when he helped rescue three women who had been held captive in his neighbor...
By Greg Gilman
Ebert's last act -- reinventing himself as a digital ninja at a time when his peers were retiring, getting fired and relegated to the past -- was his most extraordinary
CEO and founder Thilo Kuther said Pixomondo, which just completed work on the Tom Cruise thriller “Oblivion,” has laid off about 20 animators and artists in the Shanghai office
Variety's new owner has picked a strategy, and it is one fraught with risk
Entertainment Weekly is expected to be part of a deal to spin off Time Inc.'s package of female-oriented titles to the Meredith Corporation
A budgeting issue is symptomatic of what insiders say is a cheapskate culture at CNN that Zucker will have to change if he is to succeed at turning the news network around
The Walt Disney Company confirmed on Friday evening that director J.J. Abrams would direct the new "Star Wars" movie
Washington Post, facing flat revenue and struggling print sales, is “close” to adding a paywall to its online edition
N.S. Bienstock, which represents news heavyweights like Anderson Cooper and Bill O’Reilly, has added Adam Block as a packaging agent
Vox Media poached editors from Kotaku, Joystiq and IGN to build Polygon
Editor Tina Brown says of the end of Newsweek's print edition: "There was always a feeling and a knowledge we would be a digital company"
Frank Darabont's zombie series averaged 5.3M viewers on Halloween night; by comparison, season 4 of "Mad Men" debuted to 2.9M
Hollywood’s phone lines are burning up over the rumor that Stacey Snider might replace Ron Meyer at the head of Universal. The problem is there are zero facts to back it up.
The financial newspaper has garnered more subscribers to its site than its global print edition
She will serve as the company's chief spokeswoman
Rice will take on the CEO role of Fox Networks Group, Hill will take a News Corp.-wide role as a senior VP after years in Fox Sports
Rupert Murdoch has resigned from several subsidiary boards ahead of a News Corp. split of entertainment and news properties
Microsoft unveiled the Surface, a tablet to rival the iPad, at a conference in Los Angeles Monday
Television is the new cash cow at major media companies
Website and other content planned for summer; TV station to launch next year
Steve Burke, CEO and president of NBC Universal, laid out a portrait of a movie business in “steady decline" at the CAA retreat at the La Costa Resort last weekend
My insiders say the trade makes about $45 million a year and is profitable. Who still likes content?
Drudge Report founder leads his site with tribute to his former colleague Breitbart, who died at 43
ABC News and the fast-growing Univision both "feel very good" about closing a deal for the 24-hour new news network
Clooney tells TheWrap he will direct and star in the movie, which has been set up at Sony
The studio reduced its output by 20 percent and had another big "Pirates" hit, but "Mars Needs Moms" stuck out like a big, sore motion-capture thumb
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation