Fans of The Chicago Code were no doubt saddened by Fox’s decision to cancel the weekly drama. Fortunately, they can still get their fill of the Chicago Police Department on TV. A new series involving real police detectives premieres Thursday, June 2, at 9 p.m. on A&E.
The sudden wave of unrest in the Middle East may make it appear as though that part of the world has only recently undergone a political awakening. But some activists have been fighting for change for a long time. In some cases their work has forced them to flee and work from afar.
CNN weekend anchor Don Lemon is many things: A 45-year-old African-American native of Baton Rouge, La., he was raised Southern Baptist, attended Catholic schools and graduated from Brooklyn College in New York, and subsequently prospered in the competitive world of television news.One more facet of
Maria Schriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger are splitting after 25 years of marriage. Oprah Winfrey's four-month-old network OWN is having a shake-up due to low ratings. The youngest Congressman is baring his abs on the cover of Men's Health Magazine.
Monday marks the 50th anniversary of Newton Minow's historic address to the National Association of Broadcasters. The Chicago attorney was serving as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. It was Minow’s first foray in that position.
Donald Trump is making the rounds on TV and in key states to explain that he may — just possibly — be interested in running for president.Many voters are taking his presidential aspirations seriously, but does Trump himself?When Barack Obama, then a senator, ran for president the first time, Republi
The audience for Egypt's Bassem Youssef Show is growing as fast as a snowball rolling down a hill — and it exemplifies everything that is new about media in post-revolutionary Egypt.Many equate Youssef to America's Jon Stewart.Tarek AlQazzaz is general manager at Baraka One Web, a production company