PBS and NPR are joining together with other public media outlets to create a digital content database and distribution network for use by other news orgs.
As promised, News Corp. is diving deeper into the paid content biz, cutting a deal to acquire Hearst Corp.'s e-reader platform Skiff LLC and making an investment in the Journalism Online platform…
Indie and amateur filmmakers looking to add some historical context to their works have a new outlet. The recently launched CriticalPast.com offers an extensive collection of royalty-free photos…
Digitization across Europe looks set to spread like wildfire over the next few years, following a slew of digital deals.
Project Natal, essentially Microsoft's answer to Nintendo's Wii, has a new name: Kinect.
The acne-ridden teenage slacker gamer has long been a media cliche, but new demographic data shows just how far off those assumptions were.
Best Buy is going mobile, launching a free cell-phone application for Universal Pictures' "Despicable Me."
The park, which operates alongside the more popular Disneyland, has been struggling with its California theme.
"Fox" earns plaudits at a fest which is swamped by animation school students from France and beyond.
"Viale" is set up at Marta Donzelli's Vivo Film, the Rome production house behind "Volte."
In the U.K., "Doctor Who" the TV show has a new rival -- a "Doctor Who" computer game that's free to download from BBC.co.uk.