No Doubt is suing vidgame maker Activision over use of the band's likeness in the new "Guitar Hero" spinoff, "Band Hero."
Jeff Bewkes is eagerly looking forward to the day when Time Warner's fortunes will turn on content alone.
Anticipating the release of James Cameron's "Avatar" along with a slew of other upcoming 3D pics, Italy's top exhibition chain, the Space Cinema, has inked a deal with leading European digital cinema…
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In another step toward software standardization in the computer graphics world, software maker GenArts has acquired Wondertouch and its particle-effects software Particleillusion.
The Blu-ray Disc format will ride to the rescue of the home entertainment industry -- eventually, according to a panel of top retail and studio execs at Tuesday's Blu-Con conference in BevHills.
An obscure website is brazenly offering the Beatles' music for sale digitally, much to the dismay of EMI, the group's record label.
Well that didn't take long. AT&T CruiseCast – an in-vehicle TV service the company created with RaySat Broadcasting Corp. – has halted new activations and it current customers will soon be able to…
Free, full-length TV episodes of more than 50 kids series became available online with Cookie Jar Entertainment's launch today of Jaroo.com.
Best Buy's move into digital movies will closely hew to the paths broken by Netflix, Blockbuster and other competitors, using a branded movie service available through Web-connected Blu-ray players…
DreamWorks Animation has drawn up a new position for Kelley Avery, tapping the homevideo vet to handle the distribution of its franchises across multiple platforms.
Video games giant Electronic Arts, known for its "Rock Star" and "Harry Potter" titles, has just inked a 5-year deal with music library Extreme Music for the latter to rep Electronic Arts' backlog of…