European media giant Vivendi has inked a pact with U.K. mobile company Vodafone to acquire the group's 44% stake in SFR, one of Gaul's major mobile and broadband companies.
FremantleMedia is generating "significant revenues and significant profits" from social network games based on its two veteran properties "The Price Is Right" and "Family Feud" in the U.S. and Canada.
Bastions of high art, Europe's festivals face one building criticism: Their growing divergence from public taste.
Last September, the $27.7 million Stateside opening weekend for "Resident Evil: Afterlife," produced by Germany's Constantin, proved Europe can produce action titles that stand up to U.S. fare.
Cablevision has become the second cable operator to allow its subscribers to stream live channels via an iPad app.
Every election cycle, Hollywood's message-makers look at the flood of campaign spots with the same reaction: "Really?!"
During a presentation at CinemaCon last week, one attendee was suddenly hit by a beam of light -- a sign that he was an unwitting participant in a demonstration of a new tool to fight piracy.
Maybe this will make those cranky canaries happy. Rovio, developer of the hit "Angry Birds" series, has revealed via Twitter that its latest title – "Angry Birds Rio" – has hit the 10 million…
Time Warner Cable added 17 cable channels to its controversial iPad app on Friday, less than 24 hours after dropping a dozen due to pressure from a trio of cable programmers.
The studios' battle against copyright theft often gets compared to fighting a hydra-headed monster.
China's biggest online video streaming site, Youku.com, is stepping up its online content with the announcement of its most ambitious web serial yet, a toon called "Miss Puff."