The summer boxoffice broke records, which confounded dire predictions and brought a shot of much-needed adrenalin to Hollywood. Now the big question is whether the declining DVD business can get a…
Just as NBC's "The Office" and "30 Rock" are exiting iTunes, another laffer -- CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" -- is finally set to debut on Apple's video download service.
Microsoft will hit the tube in a big way to promote next week's launch of its vidgame "Halo 3."
After years of negotiations between studios and consumer electronics manufacturers, retailers and individuals can now burn studio movies and TV shows onto a DVD.
Weeks after its very public dust-up with Apple's iTunes, NBC U announced it would allow users to download NBC primetime and latenight entertainment shows for free.
Zombie cowboys and opera divas, post-apocalyptic air pirates and Nobel prizes -- all animate Galicia's toon rave this year.
Looking to avoid a showdown with James Cameron's 3-D actioner "Avatar" in May 2009, DreamWorks Animation has decided to relocate 3-D toon "Monsters vs. Aliens" to March 27, 2009, and make it an…
The Weinstein Co. and Exodus Film Group have set "Navy Seals" as the first film under their recently announced CG-animation co-production pact.
Liberty Media's Starz Media has inked a deal to digitally distrib its library of anime movies and TV shows on Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace and Amazon.com's Unbox.
JoongAng Broadcasting Corp., which programs and operates the History Channel in South Korea, has inked deals with Korea's Gretech and Hanaro Telecom to launch the net's first video-on-demand services…
The friction between DreamWorks and Paramount showed no signs of dissipating Wednesday, as DreamWorks Animation topper Jeffrey Katzenberg defended Steven Spielberg and threw an elbow at Viacom chief…
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