Blink and you might miss yet another rise into the ranks of a new breed of Hollywood leader. The promotion of Dwight Caines to the top post in domestic marketing at Columbia TriStar Motion Pictures…
The showbiz lobby and a number of lawmakers on Wednesday singled out Google and other search engines for being a gateway to pirated online content, unveiling a study that showed the “critical role”…
Facebook already has become a powerful promotional tool for film studios and TV networks. But the social network is about to increase the value of their marketing messages around the launch of a new…
As Hollywood takes advantage of new digital platforms to distribute — and monetize — its content, Starbucks is about to play a more important role for studios as a revenue source. The coffee chain…
Get used to the "tweaser." Two months after Twitter launched Vine as a service that offers six-second video clips, Twentieth Century Fox has become the first major studio to tap into its promotional…
The rollout comes as a surprise to Hollywood, which has lauded — and been enviable of — Rovio's ability to launch a new major moneymaking franchise that's not based on an existing property, but was…
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The health of Hollywood's homevideo biz isn't as dire as many have positioned it to be, with the industry showing growth across most categories in 2012, and sales of product still outpacing rentals.
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Five years ago, the relationship between the videogame world and major studios was pretty straightforward. Hollywood made movies -- and game companies licensed those films to create games.
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