PTC President Tim Winter argues broadcasters have a commercial interest in allowing kids to see violent shows
Call it the "James Bond effect" as characters shoot, hit and smoke their way through films
Denmark is introducing the world to a brand new boy wonder at this year's Toronto International Film Festival
The "Taken" star apears in a PSA asking for help to "make violence against children disappear"
Sen. Jay Rockefeller says he will make one last attempt to give the FCC new authority to rein in violence
Groups like the NAB and MPAA are teaming up to educate people about parental controls and ratings
The NRA has blamed Hollywood films and violent video games for the rise in mass shootings
The meeting Thursday largely consisted of industry representatives briefing Biden and other task-force members on the industry's content ratings systems
Hollywood is facing new scrutiny over the impact of violence in entertainment as part of the national debate in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut...
ANALYSIS: The pessimism felt by many over three wars and a sputtering economy is being reflected on TV and at the movies
“Call of Juarez: The Cartel” cuts too close to home say Chihuahua state legislators
A look at the old and new media responses to the esteemed critic's take down of the comic book movie
Fox even cited for problems in "Family Guy" and "American Dad"; ABC does best.