The NFL isn't just having a big year on TV. Electronic Arts' latest edition of its football franchise, "Madden NFL'08," dominated the videogame sales charts in August, taking three of the top four…
Wallace and Gromit are hooking up with Barney and Thomas the Tank Engine -- sort of.
Cable television won more than it lost in critical decisions the Federal Communications Commission has made on digital television and program-access requirements.
The videogame version of "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" deserves a failing grade. Sales may be decent simply because of the enormous popularity of the Fox TV show from uber-producer Mark…
Viacom is combining a number of its Web properties into one entity, banking that one site aimed at young males is better than three or four.
New Line Home Entertainment will dip its toes into murky high-def waters Nov. 20 with "Hairspray."
When "Medal of Honor: Airborne" was announced, a similar groan could be heard coming out of the mouths of many a vidgame fan: "No, not another World War II game."
Two "Harry Potter" movies, "Batman Begins" and "Ocean's Twelve" are heading for TV syndication a few years from now, following their runs on broadcast and cable TV.
Sony Pictures Animation is getting into the direct-to-DVD biz with a sequel to last year's "Open Season." Unit is starting production on "Open Season 2," with a 2009 release likely.
Eric Eisner's getting into the movie business, launching L+E Prods. and starting production on "Hamlet 2," a high school comedy starring Steve Coogan and Catherine Keener with Andy Fleming directing.
Sony Pictures Animation arrived in the movie wars with a formidable arsenal: the full backing of a global conglomerate, the talent and technology of Sony Pictures Imageworks, and executive leadership…