TV Portal Service, a digital TV provider backed by Sony, Sony Communication Network, Matsushita, Sharp, Toshiba and Hitachi, will launch video on demand this September.
U.K. cable giant Virgin Media upped its subscriber base by just 2,200 in the second quarter as its spat with satcaster BSkyB took a toll on growth.
Continuing to expand its inhouse videogame work, Warner Bros. will self-publish the game based on next summer's tentpole "Speed Racer."
Warner Bros. wants to send Jonny Quest on his first bigscreen adventure. Adrian Askarieh and Daniel Alter will produce the live-action adaptation of the popular 1960s animated TV series from…
California has become the eighth state to see a law regulating videogames overturned, as a federal district court judge on Monday issued a permanent injunction against the a bill signed into law in…
Paul Allen is continuing to cash out from Hollywood, selling some 15 million of his remaining shares in DreamWorks Animation in a move that's triggered his resignation from the toon studio's board of…
USA has engineered one of the biggest movie deals in the cabler's history, ponying up about $60 million for network TV rights to "The Bourne Ultimatum," "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry" and nine…
Indian entertainment conglom UTV will on Friday premiere two of its movies online, the Vikram Bhatt-helmed "Fear" and Vishal Bhardwaj's "The Blue Umbrella." It has struck deals with Rajshri.com…
Entertainment One, the Canadian video distributor with aggressive plans to expand into the international theatrical biz, has named Patrice Theroux prexy of its new filmed entertainment division.
"Spider-Man 3" will swing onto homevideo in six different ways -- including two Blu-ray disc sets -- on Oct. 30.
The planned acquisition of teen site Bolt by online-video company GoFish has been called off, as Bolt continues to face a lawsuit from Universal Music Group.