Judge Denies AT&T Request for Trump Admin Documents

Public Knowledge is celebrating a Judge's decision not to force the Trump White House and Justice Department to produce records of communications between the two as part of a DOJ suit to block AT&T's proposed merger with Time Warner.

Judge Richard Leon is presiding over the suit.

Bravo Premieres ‘Sell It Like Serhant’ April 11

Sell It Like Serhant, a docu-series about real estate ace Ryan Serhant, debuts on Bravo Wednesday, April 11.

DOJ Launching Task Force On Election Cyberthreats

Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants a report by June on the best way for DOJ to confront the cybersecurity threats from terrorists, criminals and enemy governments, with efforts to interfere with elections a top priority.

Fox Sports Sets 2018 FIFA World Cup TV Schedule

Fox Sports will kick its 2018 FIFA World Cup coverage into high gear this summer, airing all 64 matches live from Russia, executives said Tuesday (Feb. 20).

‘The Dangerous Book for Boys’ Premieres on Amazon March 30

The Dangerous Book For Boys, a family show executive produced by Bryan Cranston, premieres on Amazon March 30. Amazon will debut six episodes.

FCC's Pai to Speak at CPAC

FCC chairman Ajit Pai, joined by the rest of the Republican majority at the FCC are scheduled to appear Friday (Feb. 23 at the American Conservative Union's Conservative Political Action Conference.

Common Cause Complains to FEC, DOJ About Trump-Related 'Catch & Kill' Payment

Common Cause has filed complaints with the Federal Election Commission and the Department of Justice against President Donald Trump and others over payments to American Media that the group said do not fall under a "press" exemption.

Epix Signs Up Nancy Cotton As Executive VP, Original Programming

Epix said it has hired Nancy Cotton as executive VP, original programming.

Cotton, who had been president of Heyday TV USA, will report to Epix president Michael Wright and will be responsible for development and production of all scripted original series.

CBS Orders Mark Burnett Summer Competition Series ‘TKO’

CBS has ordered the obstacle course series TKO from Mark Burnett, aiming to premiere the show in summer 2018. CBS is on board for 10 episodes.

A working title, TKO features one player racing through obstacles while the other contestants man battle stations along the course, firing projectiles in an attempt to knock them off and slow them down.