With Universal’s colorful animated tale The Lorax, “the President’s liberal friends in Hollywood [are] targeting a younger demographic using animated movies to sell their agenda to children,” claimed an outraged Lou Dobbs on the FOX Business Network.

Source:
http://www.movieline.com/2012/02/23/fox-news-blasts-the-lorax-for-pushing-left-wing-agenda-and-creating-occu-toddlers/

Kevin Reilly’s comments do not paint a positive picture for the sci-fi drama to return for a fifth season.

Source:
http://www.tv.com/news/fox-boss-says-fringe-is-a-money-pit-season-5-is-in-doubt-27516/

This February, “The Simpsons” could break another world record.

In celebration of the cartoon’s historic 500th episode milestone (Sun., Feb. 19), Fox is inviting “The Simpsons” lovers to participate in a marathon that will hopefully lead to a new record for the longest continuous television viewing.

Source:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/08/the-simpsons-500th-episode-world-record-marathon_n_1192571.html

Fox is trying what it claims is a first for take-home movies with an upcoming iTunes Extras Special Edition version of Avatar ($20 pre-order, iTunes).

The James Cameron action movie will let viewers see and control simultaneous views of 17 key scene

Source:
http://www.electronista.com/articles/11/12/16/fox.tries.itunes.for.new.avatar.technique/

Fox 2000, unlike Warner Bros. that owns the rights to Batman and all other DC Comics properties, said F*** that, we want old ideas.

Source:
http://www.forkparty.com/17739/fox-2000-buys-rights-to-mr-ed-instead-of-an-original-idea

The actor was furious when a skit about the News Of The World scandal was banned by bosses at Fox, which is broadcasting the event.

Both the newspaper and the broadcaster are owned by Rupert Murdoch’s company News Corporation, and Baldwin claims they ordered him to axe the act.

Source:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2038930/Alec-Baldwin-boycotts-Emmys-Rupert-Murdoch-owned-station-bans-phone-hacking-skit.html

Its been a week since Fox stopped offering free access to its TV-shows the day after they air on television.

The TV-studio took this drastic step in the hope of getting more people to watch their shows live and thus make more revenue. TV-viewers, however, are outraged by the decision and have massively turned to pirated sources to watch their favorite shows.

Source:
http://torrentfreak.com/foxs-8-day-delay-on-hulu-triggers-piracy-surge-110822/