Electronic Arts announced it will acquire Broderbund Software Inc., maker of the popular computer game "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" in a stock swap valued at $ 400 million.
Blockbuster is extending the closely watched CD-ROM trial period in its San Francisco Bay Area stores through June 31.
The Village Voice, long considered one of the more influential champions for independent film and alternative theater, is in the process of a major leadership change. Jonathan Larsen, the New…
Following last month's announcement by MCA that it was forming a new unit to develop and publish interactive software, the company has made a large-scale investment in Interplay Prods. Inc., a…
An executive for Michael Jackson's entertainment company appeared Thursday before a grand jury investigating child molestation allegations against the entertainer. In a hearing after the grand jury…
Russia's prime minister Thursday appeared to have persuaded communications workers to end a blackout of television programs that left Russians bereft of their much-loved U.S. and Mexican soap operas.
Paramount suitor Sumner Redstone is trying once and for all to silence talk that there may be more dollars up Barry Diller's sleeve.
A California Superior Court judge threw out MGM's entire $ 750 million damage claim against Kirk Kerkorian Wednesday, adding another chapter to an already lengthy legal battle.
A 20-year-old actor who appeared in Disney's "Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit" was acquitted of two counts of rape Wednesday.
The investigation into child molestation charges aimed at singer Michael Jackson took a step forward Wednesday as a Santa Barbara County grand jury began hearing testimony concerning the allegations.