Championship Gaming Series has inked a broadcast deal with Eurosport and BSkyB, expanding the number of European countries in which the company's videogame tournaments are broadcast.
With the Beijing Olympics a little more than three months away, everyone is focusing on China's behavior, both past and present.
Warner Bros. TV Group and Time Inc. magazine Essence are teaming on a cross-platform initiative to create programming for the smallscreen and Internet.
Hollywood studios are taking their fight against piracy in China into the belly of the beast by erecting a huge billboard with an antipiracy message from Jackie Chan in Beijing's Silk Market.
Rupert Murdoch's MySpace is streaming news from a major cable net, and it's not Fox News Channel. The site has opted for the MSNBC over its corporate sibling.
MySpace has upped Jeff Berman to prexy of sales and marketing.
It's not game over yet for Electronic Arts' $2 billion bid to acquire Take-Two Interactive.
Capping a tense period when CBS and Viacom have acted more like rivals than corporate cousins with a common chairman in Sumner Redstone, Viacom announced Sunday a pay-TV joint venture with Lionsgate…
In the videogame world, Dan Houser -- the co-founder and creative VP of Rockstar Games -- is a rockstar. But wearing a T-shirt and khakis, eating candy in a conference room of the company's New York…
When "Grand Theft Auto IV" launches April 29, it's expected to gross a record-breaking $400 million worldwide in its first week. That's good news for the game biz, but daunting for execs in other…