Though it takes place in the violent world of organized crime, "The Sopranos" is an unlikely candidate for a videogame. After all, Tony Soprano spends more time in therapy than kicking ass. That…
"Superman Returns" perfectly embodies the phrase "too little, too late." After a five-month delay, EA's adaptation of the WB summer tentpole is finally out, just in time for the homevideo window…
Spanish telco giant Telefonica has earmarked Pesos 300 million ($98.4 million) to launch a broadband TV service in Argentina next year.
Could “Rocky Balboa” pack a surprise punch at the Christmas box office this weekend? Movie scored some knockout one-day box office numbers in its Wednesday debut for MGM, playing to $6.2 million…
In a topsy-turvy year for the digital download biz, a videogame service in just a few million homes is ending 2006 with more momentum than the world's biggest e-tailer.
The creators of YouTube had a grassroots concept that turned into a viral goldmine. Now showbiz's mega-congloms want to get into the act. But grassroots and viral are foreign words to showbiz…
The Annecy Animated Film Festival, Europe's largest and most prestigious toon showcase, will launch several initiatives next year designed to put features front and center.
Forget TiVo. And iTunes, for that matter. NBC is making all previously aired episodes from the first half of the season of "30 Rock" and "Friday Night Lights" available for free streaming over the…
Marketers and ad agencies, long accustomed to interrupting a television show or preceding a movie with their message, are now trying to learn the new language of video advertising on the Internet.
Bill Plympton, Genndy Tartakovsky and Andreas Deja will receive this year's Winsor McCay Award from the Intl. Animated Film Society.