MTV is under fire for attempting to launch a program that already sparked outrage when it was first proposed in 2012.
A media watchdog group says the apparent bias of The New York Times goes far beyond recent coverage of the conflict between Israel and Hamas.
While Hillary Clinton's new book has made its way to the New York Times bestseller list, some are accusing the newspaper of bias as it completely ignores more conservative books.
A new reality show called "Married at First Sight" is legally marrying two complete strangers as part of a "social experiment," all in the name of entertainment.
A media research firm is wondering whether cracks are forming in President Obama's support from the liberal media.
A traditional values organization is campaigning against the latest reality show.
Maybe they're not so "reckless" after all.
A freelance reporter who has lived in the district of Bethlehem for the past six months was recently interrogated by five members of the Palestinian Authority and encouraged to leave.
While the mainstream media surprisingly reported a neutral perspective on yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling against President Obama's contraception mandate, a media analysis expert says many on the left expressed their true thoughts on social media outlets like Twitter.
A media analyst says he's not surprised a recent Associated Press article described a reading list of pro-homosexual books for children and interviewed an author.
Fox News Channel host, Gretchen Carlson, is praising the work environment at the network that she says allows her to express her values. She made her comments at a faith-based entertainment summit in Beverly Hills, California.
American Family Studios debuts a new family film next month about a small girl with a very big heart.
A national policy expert says he thoroughly questioned Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes concerning CNN's left-wing bias at the company's annual shareholder meeting in Los Angeles.
A well-known actor and former U.S. senator who stars in an upcoming movie about persecution of Christians says faith-based films that are told well don't have to use particular words to be included in that genre of films.
Lights, remote, action! When it comes watching TV, are Christians any different than Americans of other faiths ... or no faith at all?
A media research firm says the Environmental Protection Agency's push against coal-fired power plants is receiving enormous support from major newspapers across the country – demonstrating they are anything but neutral on the plan.