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They May Be Sexy, but Dirty Businessmen Return to Prime Time
9/26/2007 12:59 PM ET
New fall shows continue the trend of twisted, troubled, unethical businessmen as characters.
PTC Study: Violence, Sex and Profanity Overwhelm TV's Family Hour
9/5/2007 12:00 AM ET
Fox Network is the worst offender.
Media Criticism of Murdoch Almost Killed Wall Street Journal Bid
8/9/2007 2:52 PM ET
New York Post says attacks 'normally leveled at a genocidal tyrant' 'almost squashed the deal.'
Ads and Condoms and Pigs
7/12/2007 12:00 AM ET
CBS and Fox say no to broadcasting Trojan's racy new condom ads -- but what about the rest of their programming?
Media Deliver WSJ Paper Chase Exactly as Expected
6/13/2007 3:28 PM ET
Reporters and editors continue to oppose Journal bid from 'predatory capitalist' Murdoch.
Judges vs. the FCC
6/8/2007 12:00 AM ET
The federal judges who ruled against the FCC suggested the agency's rulings were arbitrary and capricious. But is there anything more arbitrary and capricious than an egotistical celebrity ...
Journalists Prefer Left-Wing WSJ Buyout over Murdoch
6/6/2007 2:41 PM ET
News media up in arms at prospect of media mogul owning Wall Street Journal and Fox News.
Fox Medical Drama Surprises Viewers with Pro-Life Storyline
4/6/2007 12:00 AM ET
House writers choose to value life, at least for an hour in prime time.
Fox = Family? A New Show Holds Promise
3/6/2007 1:00 AM ET
The edgiest entertainment network discovers that family-friendly programming can really work.
The '24' Quandary
3/2/2007 1:00 AM ET
There's a difference between action movies, often rated PG-13 or R, in which the viewers drive to the theater and choose the film, and national television, which can often be encountered almost ...
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