Fast-multiplying streaming services are beautiful music to fans' ears — but can produce earaches for some in the larger music industry.
Rep. Francis Underwood is on quite the worldwide whirlwind tour.
As TV types head to Mip this spring, they're finding that traditional formats are returning with a twist — and that twist usually consists of interactivity or social media.
Licensing theatrical movies to TV goes back more than a half century, but it's suddenly a hotbed of change requiring strategic thinking.
Agnes Nixon's socially relevant serials "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" were groundbreaking in content when they debuted on ABC over 40 years ago.
The most formidable protagonist in videogames is a 21-year-old woman who must protect her friends and fight off well-armed enemies hell-bent on dispatching her. The game is "Tomb Raider," launched…
Following the suit of the Lone Star state's "Everything is bigger" dictum, the minds behind South by Southwest Interactive are capitalizing this year on the Austin-centered fest's cutting-edge…
Auds already know vfx is a "major" category. Why doesn't the Acad?
HBO home entertainment president Henry McGee is retiring after a 34-year run at the pay cabler and will become a full-time faculty member at Harvard Business School.
While the Hollywood studios prep for digital to someday generate a larger portion of its homevideo revenues, they're still earning most of their coin after the theatrical run from traditional discs.
Radius-TWC continued its Sundance buying binge on Wednesday, closing its fourth deal of the festival with Jacob Kornbluth's documentary "Inequality for All" and kicking off what's sure to be a more…