If Showtime has its way, those expensive, extravagant Emmy screeners may soon be a thing of the past.
The Recording Academy is dumping Yahoo as its official online partner in favor of CBS Interactive.
Declining profit, disappointing guidance and layoffs made a dismal day for Yahoo on Tuesday. Combo of negative news sent its stock down 11% in after-hours trading.
Paramount Pictures Digital Entertainment has inked a licensing deal with online virtual world Habbo to court teens with the studio's pics.
"Deal or No Deal" producer Endemol USA has pacted with online video site Metacafe to launch what the two companies are touting as the first TV-style gameshow produced directly for the 'Net.
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Sony Pictures Television Intl. has struck a deal with Korea's SK Telecom to deliver full-length, video-on-demand movies to mobile phones, believed to be the world's first such deal for Hollywood pics.
Producer Vin Di Bona, longtime purveyor of ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos," has partnered with tech firm Dave Networks to launch a reality TV-centric online venture dubbed Reality.TV.
Although it has racked up more than $31 million in losses since launching in 2005, Al Gore's Current Media has filed for an initial public stock offering.
Sony Pictures Television Intl. and ProSiebenSat.1 have extended a wide-ranging multi-year volume deal that includes hit series and blockbusters such as "Spider-Man 3" and "The Da Vinci Code."
Media conglom Kadokawa Group Holdings plans to launch a page on YouTube to show vid clips by Japanese filmmakers.