No. 1 videogame publisher Electronic Arts saw its net income fall by more than half as heavy spending on the transition to next-generation consoles hit its bottom line.
Local research firm Ibope Media is in the final stages of development of a portable people meter (PPM) that will measure the TV audience in public venues and digital mobile TV sets.
Warner Bros. TV Group has named Brett Bouttier to expand the company's new-media business.
Kevin Costner’s next film will be indie election comedy “Swing Vote,” directed by Joshua Michael Stern. Story revolves around a single father thrust into the national spotlight when the presidential…
Fresh off the success of “Disturbia,” screenwriter Christopher B. Landon is set to write psychological thriller “The Flock” for Warner Independent Pictures. Jason Blum’s Blumhouse is producing. Set…
Ghost House Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment are teaming to make horror film “Incident at Sans Asylum” and have signed Daniel Calparsoro to direct. S. Craig Zahler (“The Brigands of Rattleborge”)…
Bill Clark has been elevated to prexy of Starz Home Entertainment as the division prepares for an influx of theatrical fare. Clark, previously exec VP and general manager of homevid, will continue to…
News Corp. may be on the verge of its next big Internet buy. Online buzz Monday indicated that the conglom is wrapping up a deal to acquire PhotoBucket, a photo hosting site that's frequently used on…
Just like its movie predecessor, the videogame version of "Spider-Man 3" is a study in duality. But while the film contrasts Peter Parker with his dark, black-suited self, the videogame is a constant…
National Lampoon has acquired the college humor Web site Drunk University (drunkuniversity.com) for an undisclosed price. The 5-year-old site, which is moderated by current or former college comedy…
Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin J. Martin tried to reassure a dubious cable television industry on Monday that he's not a foe and is open to the sector's regulatory concerns.