The issue of "net neutrality" is not going away anytime soon, regardless of the FCC's vote in favor of controversial rules.
A media watchdog says Hollywood is inundating young people with the hidden agenda of making capitalists look like the bad guy.
Ever since NBC News suspended anchor Brian Williams for lying about being in a helicopter that was shot down over Iraq, a media critic is taking note that some in the media are covering for him.
A media analyst says news coverage of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's comments that President Obama doesn't love America reflects a political agenda to marginalize and damage every leading Republican presidential candidate.
A media critic says politics played a part in the snubbing of the movie "American Sniper" at this year's Academy Awards.
A group of religious broadcasters is raising First Amendment concerns as a pair of powerful government agencies consider increasing their control of the Internet.
A media critic has some positive statistics about films in 2014 that didn't get mentioned at the Academy Awards Sunday night.
WE tv has reportedly taken notice of a petition drive against its new adult reality show.
The Parents Television Council says research it has conducted shows that the controversial movie, "Fifty Shades of Grey," has been marketed to children.
While many people are shoveling snow from the latest winter storm, a media watchdog says the networks are busy shoveling propaganda about climate change.
Pastor Michael Youssef wants people to know more about Jesus, jihad and peace.
A media watchdog is calling on concerned citizens to file indecency complaints with the Federal Communications Commission over a recent episode of Family Guy that aired on Fox.
The New York Times is being criticized for its contrast in editorial views on two different stories about religious liberty.
Though most of the talk in Hollywood lately has been about the release of the controversial movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, another film is being touted as an alternative date night movie.
A ministry of the American Family Association is encouraging the public to ask retail chains Wal-Mart, Walgreens and Kroger to pull the annual "Sports Illustrated" swimsuit issue from their store shelves.
Putting Christ back into history is the goal of a company that uses audio drama to teach children about Christian history.