Oprah on presidential bid: «Not for me»

Chat show icon Oprah Winfrey has brushed off speculation she might run for US president in 2020, saying in an interview published Thursday she lacks «the DNA for it»

«Fire and Fury» to get TV adaptation

«Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House» -- the tell-all President Donald Trump has said is «full of lies» -- is to be adapted for television, US media reported on Wednesday

MTV Video Music Awards back to LA

The MTV Video Music Awards, one of the year's most headline-grabbing pop culture events, is returning to Los Angeles.

MTV Movie Awards expands into television

The MTV Movie Awards, an annual celebration of youth pop culture, will expand this year to include television in a recognition of the power of the small screen.

Mocked for his tweets, Trump fires back -- on Twitter

President-elect Donald Trump has reacted to a comedy sketch that mocked his penchant for sending tweets -- by sending a tweet. Trump again lambasted the show «Saturday Night Live,» on which he is played by actor Alec Baldwin.

Ex-007 Brosnan shakes and stirs with Indian pan ad

Former 007 star Pierce Brosnan sparked ridicule on social media Friday by starring in a new James Bond-style spoof commercial for an Indian mouth freshener that left fans shaken and stirred.

Emmys ratings at all-time low

The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, which recognize the best in US television, drew in a record low 11.3 million viewers, according to preliminary data released by Nielsen.

Emmys red carpet: red, black, yellow... and cleavage

Bright colors -- red, yellow and emerald green -- dominated the annual fashion parade, but basic black was still a winner. Unusual dress cutouts provided visual allure, and plunging necklines were plentiful.

«Game of Thrones» tipped to make Emmys history

Blood and guts fantasy epic «Game of Thrones» is tipped to triumph on Sunday as the most successful show ever at the coveted Emmy Awards, television's equivalent of the Oscars.

Al-Jazeera says to cut around 500 jobs

Qatar's state-funded broadcaster Al-Jazeera on Sunday announced a fresh round of job cuts with around 500 positions being lost, most of them at the network's Doha headquarters.

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