E! Networks, the exclusive worldwide distributor for G4's catalog of videogame-themed shows, took the wraps off several licensing deals Sunday for Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the U.K. and Spain.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs got Hollywood's attention last week when he unveiled a video iPod and a deal to play Disney produced shows on them.
Mipcom opens on a high note today as suppliers of content ogle an array of tech-driven outlets for their product. The biz is eyeing both the promise and the pitfalls of mobile devices that are…
The saber-rattling over Apple's new video iPod has started. WGA West president Patric Verrone has sent a letter to the 8,000 WGAW members asserting that residuals should be calculated, at the very…
Marvel Entertainment has pacted with Indian animation company First Serve Toonz to produce an animated "X-Men" skein centered on the character of Wolverine.
Brit pop star Robbie Williams has become the first entertainer to have a gig streamed live to 100,000 mobile phone users across Europe and beamed to high-definition screens in 27 cinemas and clubs.
In the highest profile example yet of the vidgame biz teaming with Hollywood talent, Steven Spielberg has pacted with Electronic Arts to create three original videogame franchises.
Viacom has plunked down $49 million for online video site iFilm, which will become part of MTV Networks.
It wasn't long ago that Wall Street was valuing AOL at zero and Time Warner was yanking those three offending letters from atop its corporate headquarters. Now Comcast and Google are said to be…
Apple Computer's hush-hush "special event" Wednesday had only one big surprise -- but it was a doozy. CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the long-awaited video iPod Wednesday and a new version of its iTunes…
Life goes on for Aardman Animations. The claymation shingle -- reeling from a fire that destroyed its warehouse in Bristol, England -- is poised to bring its stop-motion magic to small screens…