Last year, all eyes were on Tsujihara at CES as Warner introduced "Total Hi Def," a hybrid Blu-ray / HD DVD disc that WB's top digital exec said could end the next-gen format war.
At last year's CES, Disney topper Bob Iger took the stage to introduce a broadband portal for all things Disney.
Facebook became the "it" social networking site of 2007; even as MySpace retained its dominance, Facebook stole away much of the buzz.
Warner Bros. all but signed the death warrant for HD DVD on Friday, when it dropped its format-neutral approach to back Blu-ray exclusively.
It takes money to make money, but it takes something more for an old-media company to be taken seriously in the new-media orbit these days.
Shari Redstone has apparently ended her feud with mogul/dad Sumner over his investment in struggling vidgame publisher Midway by taking over the company.
As more television companies and broadcasters come to the Consumer Electronics Show, which kicks off Jan. 7, and the less they go to NATPE, skedded for Jan. 28-31 at the same locale, you could be…
Boldly going where Apple has gone -- and failed -- before, Netflix plans to deliver its extensive library of film titles to set-top boxes made by LG.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced the following winners for its science and technology awards:
Digital may be the future, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences highest science and technology honors for 2008 are strictly celluloid.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' visual effects branch genuflected to "Evan Almighty" but swatted "Spider-Man 3" as it announced the seven semifinalists for the vfx Oscar.