Digital and cel animation are such staples of video games and CD-ROMs that when a different approach appears, it really stands out.
While the Electric Garden is called "the place where all the cool interactive stuff is" by the chairman who orchestrates the exhibit, and the Fine Arts Gallery no doubt will draw the discerning crowd…
Sony Corp. more than doubled its pretax profit in the first quarter, buoyed by a depreciating yen and a stronger film slate.
During its relatively humble beginning years in the early 1970s, Siggraph organizers could count on a few hundred computer jockeys and maybe a dozen companies showing up at their annual conference…
Latin Heat and the Latino Entertainment Media Institute, hosts of this year’s “The Business of Latino Entertainment: Progress and Profit” conference, are seeking trailers of features and shorts for…
In the latest merger among ad-agency giants, True North Communications capped a long-awaited deal to buy Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt for $440 million in stock.
A Delaware Chancery Court judge said Thursday that he will rule in September on the dispute between Viacom Inc. and Seagram Co. over their USA Networks partnership. But he urged the two companies to…
A federal court judge has ruled that Michael Jackson is not liable for losses incurred by the producers of the failed 1994 "Jackson Family Honors" TV spec.
Top officials of the Screen Actors Guild will address their concerns at an internal meeting today over performers' lack of protection in international treaties designed to protect copyright holders…
The motherboard of directors in charge of Siggraph '97 decided that the sharing of knowledge among the computer elite that the convention represents should also be available to educators and the next…