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.
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.
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.
Pro-family groups say they are continuing the effort to get the controversial cable TV show "Sex Box" off the air.
A coalition of anti-pornography crusaders is wondering if the word of Google can be trusted.
The creators of the 2014 hit film God's Not Dead are set to release a new movie later this month.
A national think tank says NBC News could have avoided the Brian Williams scandal if its parent company had not resisted a shareholder's suggestion to review its accuracy policies.
Now that the Federal Communications Commission has approved so-called "Net Neutrality" rules for the Internet, a media watchdog is exposing how liberals have been working for years to get control of online speech.
An opponent of net neutrality says minority-dense locations are going to be really hurt by the FCC's net neutrality order.
A new survey that examines the reach of Christian media indicates it barely reaches beyond the faithful.
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.