A new credit card aimed directly at film and TV productions, with incentives and tools tailored for bizzers, has launched.
Sensio Technologies has partnered with National Geographic Cinema Ventures for 3D content on Sensio's 3DGO video-on-demand platform.
After six years in Gotham, the Korean American Film Festival is branching out to Los Angeles with its inaugural fest set to unspool Aug. 9-11 at the Korean Cultural Center on the Miracle Mile.
A diverse array of stars came out July 17 for the Los Angeles bow of Oscilloscope's "Shut Up and Play the Hits," which examines the end of dance-punk band LCD Soundsystem. Though it was a relaxed red…
"Newton's Law," a U.K.-based, nonscripted game show pilot, has been chosen by Warner Bros. Intl. Television Prods. and the New York Television Festival as the winner of the fest's Independent Pilot…
As expected, the weekend's only wide release - Fox's "Ice Age: Continental Drift" - landed on top of the Friday box office earnings with a respectable, if uninspired, $16.5 million.
New media. Social media. Multiplatform strategy. In the world of entertainment business, certain hot phrases just don't go away, and each term brings with it connotations of tech-savvy consumers and…
Butch Hartman, creator of popular animated series "The Fairly Odd Parents" and "Danny Phantom," among others, is expanding the reach of his media through a new interactive reading project with Ruckus…
In a bit of a twist, one of the most anticipated events of the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con came not during the convention, but in the days leading up to it.
Coming off a big July 4 surge, Sony's tentpole 'The Amazing Spider-Man' snagged the top spot for Friday's domestic B.O. with a solid $20.7 million, with three-day weekend estimates tracking in the…