Mobilcom, one of Germany's new telecommunication companies, may soon be introducing a set-top box that will allow Internet access through TV sets.
The videogame wars heated up Wednesday as Nintendo unveiled plans for its next-generation console that will play games on DVDs, instead of cartridges, and integrate its faster, graphics-enhanced…
In a major boost for Microsoft, Sony Music Entertainment will announce today it will use the tech giant's Windows Media Technologies 4.0 format to offer digitally distributed music online.
While rumors have had him moving into just about every executive suite in Hollywood, New Line Cinema president of production Michael DeLuca appears close to a new long-term, executive/producer pact…
Dwight Yoakam will make his helming debut with "South of Heaven, West of Hell," a Western set in 1907 starring Yoakam, Vince Vaughn, Peter Fonda and Billy Bob Thornton.
TV writer-producer and former teen idol Shaun Cassidy has inked a new three-year drama development deal with Barry Diller's Studios USA worth an estimated $6 million.
Cash-strapped Unitel Video, a major provider of services to the television and film industries, announced an agreement Monday to sell its mobile TV production assets to National Mobile Television.
Justin Pierce has been upped to executive vice president of media relations at the Columbia TriStar TV Group.
Several public-interest groups have joined to file a lawsuit against DreamWorks claiming the studio is violating state and federal laws in the construction of its proposed Playa Vista studio.
Newmarket Capital Group and Buena Vista Film Sales have pacted with filmmakers John Woo and Terence Chang to make action pics budgeted under $20 million.
AUSTRALIA Oz cabler Optus Television is investing in a miniseries about Australia’s worst horse racing scam, the Fine Cotton ring-in betting scandal. Produced by the Best Picture Show Co., “Fine…