Fox Searchlight's product reel and luncheon Tuesday at ShoWest willfully blurred the line between arthouse and megaplex. The series of trailers, which followed a well-received full screening of Jim…
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Red Herring has gone belly up. The privately held tech mag that was a pivotal chronicler of the Internet era called it quits Friday after it couldn't find a buyer.
Vivendi Universal Games will distribute the sequel to "Law & Order: Dead on the Money," a vidgame developed and published by Legacy Interactive based on the hugely popular crime-and-punishment…
Activision has signed a multi-year deal with vidgame designer Peter Molyneux for publishing rights to his film-biz simulation, "The Movies."
Synacor -- which puts together bundles of premium online content and related customer sign-up software for Internet service providers -- has launched with offerings from Disney, Fox Sports, CinemaNow…
Emmy Award-winning sports producer John Faratzis has been tapped for the newly created showrunner position on TNN's "Slamball," from Tollin/Robbins Prods., Telepictures Prods. and Pat Croce.
A busy, if not booked-full, calendar of events honoring the burgeoning vidgame business has added another entry with the announcement by cabler G4's CEO Charles Hirschorn that it will sponsor a…
Longtime 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment exec Mike Dunn has been named president of the unit, replacing Pat Wyatt, who resigned more than two months ago to produce American anime DVD premiere…
The top weekly, hourlong series in syndication all suffered considerable year-to-year ratings erosion during the recently concluded February ratings sweep, except for category leaders "Entertainment…
Now that 1960s war protesters are popping Propecia, it's only fitting that some legit producers resprout "Hair."