Emmy shut "The Tonight Show" out of this year's kudofest -- but thanks to an influx of new, slightly bizarre categories, Jay Leno can still break out his tuxedo.
The proposed online video-on-demand joint venture between Blighty's ITV, Channel 4 and BBC Worldwide has been dealt another setback, with U.K. competition regulators extending the deadline for their…
Electronic Arts is looking to pull gamers back in. Publisher is developing "The Godfather II," a sequel to its 2006 videogame based on the classic Paramount film, for release in February.
Blockbuster's balance sheet looks a little cleaner after improved second-quarter results released Thursday, but Wall Street still hasn't bought into its turnaround story.
The Japanese Society for the Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers is suing Pandora TV in Tokyo District Court for $1.19 million in damages for using its members copyrighted contents without…
Turner Entertainment is looking to sell its online videogame service GameTap.
Google has become the latest org to tackle China's piracy problem head on with the launch of a music search service that will give users access to free downloads of licensed songs, while capturing…
According to a report from a leading national anti-piracy association, close to 450,000 illegal downloads of recent films are being made every day in France, putting illegal pirate copies close to…
When Barack Obama and John McCain engage in their presidential debates, online viewers will be able to track issues, embed videos, submit questions, offer polling answers -- in short, engage in just…
Wavy Gravy will greet a new legion of Woodstock fans next year when Warner Bros. releases an expanded 40th-anni edition of its doc on the monumental music festival.
Funny or Die has tapped "Saturday Night Live" scribe Andrew Steele to serve as the creative director of the comedy website founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.