Less than two months since his last appearance on Capitol Hill, Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin on Tuesday once again assured hand-wringing lawmakers that the nation's…
After years of relative reticence, the Mouse House is strutting over its animation slate once again.
Ten months before the nation flips to digital television, technology companies and TV broadcasters are fighting over the virtual remote, with different ideas of what to do with the unused airwaves.
ESPN has engineered its first Internet-portal deal, agreeing to funnel short-form content to AOL Video and AOL Sports.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom has inked a video-on-demand deal with children's rights group EM.Entertainment for the telco giant's online video platform Videoload as well as its IPTV service T-Home…
Continuing its acquisition spree and making its first purchase in Asia, Disney Interactive Studios has acquired Chinese videogame developer GameStar.
"Dark Sector" is an unlikely blend of special-ops-themed action and horror survival that initially lulls players into a sense of mediocrity, delivering very little new or polished.
Film and TV library owners are getting a new way to sell their buried treasures.
No means no. That was Yahoo's message to Microsoft on Monday, as the Web portal reiterated its rejection of the tech giant's acquisition bid.
Kadokawa Entertainment has secured a deal with Hong Kong library operation Celestial Pictures to handle a package of Celestial's Shaw Bros. movies in Japan.