After decades of myths Hollywood has projected over the big screen and broadcast waves about Noah, one Christian organization has set out to pull the plug on the flood of lies and steer the Ark back on its biblical course.
An organization that is "dedicated to exposing Big Labor's abuse of the worker center organizational model" is chastising news outlets for reporting a supposed poll of fast-food workers.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission is receiving praise from a watchdog group in the U.S. for its ruling last week that cable and satellite providers must offer subscribers cable choice.
A media analyst says America's media coverage of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent election victory demonstrates its bias against him.
As Sunshine Week comes to an end, the Obama White House is being called on the carpet for its promise to be the most transparent administration in history.
A media critic says news coverage of the Iran nuclear talks have focused more on the letter 47 Republicans sent to Iranian leaders than on what is actually being negotiated.
A media analyst who's been following news coverage of the Hillary Clinton email scandal expects the investigative reporting into the story to greatly minimize.
Has the liberal media turned on Hillary Clinton in light of the controversy surrounding her use of a private email account while she was secretary of state? And might that cause the Democratic Party to start looking for an alternative standard-bearer for 2016?
While alerting America that anti-Semitism is rising to new heights in Europe and the United States, Franklin Graham is showing his support for the new film Return to the Hiding Place. The film – a sequel to a film his father, world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham, produced in the 1970s – gives a historical account of the Holocaust.
A Christian movie and entertainment website is hosting a Christian Movie tournament with the opportunity for fans to vote for their favorite faith film of all-time.
An analyst with a media watchdog group argues that broadcast network coverage of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress earlier this week was slanted to back up the talking points of the Obama administration.
The movie-making Kendrick brothers who brought us "Fireproof" and "Courageous" are expanding their horizons with a new movie set to debut later this year.
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" is receiving criticism for a sketch it did on a girl leaving home to join ISIS, but the managing editor for the Media Research Center thinks it only touched on the "bizarre" attraction people have to the terrorist organization.
A media critic says the lack of news coverage on reports that the Clinton Foundation took donations from foreign nations while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state demonstrates that the TV networks just don't care.
An outspoken defender of the of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights says regulating the Internet as a public utility is a "disgusting power grab" by the Federal Communications Commission.
The creators of the 2014 hit film God's Not Dead are set to release a new movie later this month.