New research suggests watching local television news leads to fatalistic beliefs regarding cancer.
Participants in a study were far more likely to “remember” a fictional news event when a headline was accompanied by a tangentially relevant photograph.
New research compares coverage of overseas news on Edward R. Murrow’s CBS and modern-day NPR, and finds public radio superior in numerous ways.
A new study of factors that contribute to a film’s popularity suggests the sex appeal of stars outweighs identification with the lead character.
The emergence of a video showing pedestrians mowed down in Baghdad by U.S. gunships illustrates how traditional media's watchdog role is being usurped.
Despite the weight of scientific evidence, many TV meteorologists are global warming skeptics, survey shows
A little self-awareness, and a lot of illustration, breathes some life into the justifiably maligned segment of entertainment education.
The media are belatedly acknowledging a racial subtext to many anti-Obama protests, thanks to what one scholar calls the 'drip' factor.