Microsoft is having a hard time luring European and Asian gamers to play with its Xbox. Weak sales in the territories forced the software giant on Thursday to lower sales forecasts of the high-end…
CinemaNow.com is going back to school. The Los Angeles-based Internet video-on-demand company, owned by Lions Gate Entertainment, has inked a content licensing deal with Cflix to distribute its…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has begun accepting entries to be considered for its new Emmy category: interactive television programming. Kudos will recognize original interactive…
The Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival, hosted by entertainment production outfit Hypnotic, has tapped 10 semifinalists to head to the Cannes Film Festival to compete in the contest's next Extreme…
The Walt Disney Internet Group has upped Eric Aledort to senior veep, business development and strategic partnership marketing. Previously veep of business development, he continues to report to…
RealNetworks is seeing the first major sign of return from its strategy to focus on charging Internet users to view programming through its RealOne service.
It appears BMW's attempt to win over Netizens with a series of short films helmed by Hollywood heavyweights and created for the Internet sped past everyone's expectations.
National Assn. of Broadcaster prexy-CEO Eddie Fritts was positively beaming throughout his org's trade show in Sin City last week.
TV's economic picture may still look fuzzy, but the convention of the National Assn. of Broadcasters drew a better-than expected crowd of station owners ready to deal and talk digital.
MovieLink, the video-on-demand service being developed by Sony, Paramount, MGM, Warner Bros. and Universal, will bow later this year using the MPEG-4 technology when delivering movies over the…