As recently as "The Empire Strikes Back" in 1980, when it was time to put a giant robot onscreen with actors, it was time to bring out the stop-motion models.
Blighty's biggest newspaper News Corp.-owned the Sun and its Internet sibling the Sun Online are to grapple with former pro-wrestling champ Paul Heyman.
Looking to connect with teens, the William Morris Agency has signed online virtual world Habbo as a new-media client.
Virgin Media, the U.S.-quoted British cable combine, has indicated it is no longer in the market for premium content.
China has issued rules for private companies operating online video sites allowing existing sites to continue to operate, but posing obstacles for new sites such as YouTube to break into the country.
"Peppa Pig," the hit British animated preschool show, is crossing the Atlantic to air on Noggin, Nickelodeon's preschool network.
Yahoo will unplug its digital music service Yahoo Music Unlimited and make Rhapsody the Web giant's exclusive provider for tunes.
The premiere of the Disney Channel's animated primetime series "Phineas & Ferb" on Friday harvested 4 million total viewers, making it the second highest-rated animated-series kickoff in the net's…