The rental video market in Japan is still growing, with the shift to DVD all but complete, according to a survey of 725 video rental shops conducted in July by the Japan Video Software Assn., which…
Paramount Digital Entertainment has licensed Hong Kong-based Artificial Life to develop mobile games based on "Braveheart" and recent hit "Shooter."
Exodus Film Group has struck a unique vidgame licensing deal for its upcoming toon "Igor" that involves an established publisher and an outside financier.
Michael Bay has jumped back in the hi def fray. In a posting on his official Web forum that quickly spread across the Internet, the "Transformers" helmer accused Microsoft of promoting the format war…
Tremendously accessible in its design but virtually unplayable due to major technical problems, Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean Online" lures even the most casual of players and then stabs them…
Brad Pitt launched a campaign on Monday to bring to life blocks of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward that are still languishing more than two years after the devastation from Hurricane Katrina.
It appears Paramount's "Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" will be making its exclusive pay TV debut on Showtime after all.
The Intl. Press Academy has announced the nominees for the 2007 Satellite Awards, which acknowledge achievements in film, television, DVD and new media.
The Hallmark Channel has engineered a multiyear carriage renewal with Comcast.
Sony Computer Entertainment plans to launch an on-demand high-definition video service in Japan for PlayStation 3 early next year, according to Japanese press reports.