2 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
MATILDA THE MUSICAL will be featured on WNBC TV's "News 4 New York at 5" tomorrow Friday May 24 when the four girls who share the title role speak to Erika Tarantal about making their Broadway debut in the blockbuster show.
3 hrs ago | Switched
Earlier this year, the network pushed "Nightline" one hour back, from 11:35 p.m. to 12:35 a.m., in order to move Jimmy Kimmel's late night show up.
6 hrs ago | Broadcasting & Cable
Charlie Ergen is apparently still trying to beef up his wireless spectrum hoard, with reports that the Dish Network chairman and CEO has offered up to $2 billion for wireless frequencies owned by bankrupt broadband provider LightSquared.
11 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Wrestling News World.com has a nice interview up with Nigel McGuinness of Ring of Honor where he talks about his career as a whole, his time in TNA, the differences of ROH compared to both TNA and WWE and much more.
11 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
May 23--PHILLY'S OWN Kate Flannery has chosen her first post-"The Office" assignment.
13 hrs ago | Mashable
Facebook is a lot like crystal meth - it's highly addictive and will probably cause your teeth to fall out.* Android users are always one tap away from a snarky status update or a friend's vacation pics.
A father whose toddler son was killed by a gunman with an illegal weapon will be presented with a letter of thanks from the UK Government, recognising his campaigning efforts.
Once described as "China's Amazon," e-commerce website Dangdang.com is finding itself fighting to stay afloat due to rabid competition.
Farrah Abraham first appeared in MTV's 'Teen Mom' and recently starred in a porno released through Vivid Entertainment.
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The yen edged down against the dollar and euro in Asia on Wednesday after Japan posted its worst ever April trade deficit, fuelling yen-negative sentiment.
U.S. stock-index futures pointed higher as traders awaited the latest clues on when the Federal Reserve could start tapering its bond-buying program.
White House press secretary Jay Carney once said that the George W. Bush administration's "open contempt for the press" backfired and hurt Bush's standing with the public and also his ability to govern, records reveal.
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Scripps News, which serves the company's broadcast, newspaper and online properties, Monday began publishing stories on what it says it has uncovered data security lapses affecting thousands of customers whose data was collected by companies participating in the government's Lifeline phone subsidy program.
The rapper, responding to a congratulatory e-mail from the program director of New York radio station Hot 97, said talk last week that he and Beyonc were expecting their second child was false.