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If Rupert Murdoch had gotten his way, the miniseries "The Bible" might very well have ended up airing on the Fox News Channel instead of the History channel, where it was a huge hit. Murdoch, the chairman and chief executive of News Corp. , was hot
Wednesday was one of the rare nights of late when the broadcasters had something to smile about, as new ABC comedy How to Live With Your Parents looked pretty good in its second outing, Fox's American Idol edged up week to week for the first time
Lou Dobbs, on Tuesday's edition of Lou Dobbs Tonight , highlighted the MRC's report on how ABC, NBC and CBS have ignored recent ObamaCare setbacks. The Fox Business News host announced: "You know our viewers have known from the very beginning about
The Rock 'n' Roll Rumble takes a much-deserved day of rest today. After three days of glorious battle, there is a break before three more.
Police officers with the Lodi Police Department are still getting in all the required gun range training they need. But they're being advised by commanders to do less shooting on their own time because ammunition is so difficult to obtain. "With the
There's a change in the pecking order for country music's competing awards shows, at least for this season. The Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday were seen by an estimated 15.5 million people, the Nielsen company said. It is believed to be
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: April 9, 2013 , 7:23 a.m...The Skinny: Driving during that windstorm Monday night was pretty scary. While the palm trees looked cool swaying in the wind, I didn't need any hitting me...Tuesday'
Fox has threatened to leave network television and only operate its networks through a subscription service. The charge comes amid dispute with Aereo, a startup that offers low-priced TV for consumers by capturing thousands of signals via antennas.
According to Fox News, Jana Winter is one of their New York-based reporters who has refused to reveal which law enforcement sources told her Aurora, Colo., theater shooting suspect James Holmes sent a notebook to a University of Colorado
Fox and its affiliate stations would stop broadcasting and serve only pay-TV customers to protect the billions of dollars spent annually on programs, along with advertising revenue and hard-won fees from pay-TV systems, Carey told TV executives today