Revs from the sale of video and DVD in Germany overtook box office revs for the first time last year.
Sony closed its $19 million deal to buy the desktop music- and video-creation software programs of Sonic Foundry.
One of the biggest bets in vidgame history paid off handsomely for Atari, as it sold more than 3 million units of its "Enter the Matrix," powering the French publisher to a big second quarter and the…
With digital TV to be a reality here by year-end, a second feevee license still up for grabs and government funding for digital to the tune of $7 million, Singapore's high-tech aspirations remain…
Call it blockbuster synergy. Once again this summer, big pic properties helped sell big games, and vice versa. With such ties growing increasingly common, here's a snapshot of the summer's…
Bertelsmann's $164 million sale of its minority stake in online bookstore Barnes&Noble.com is the latest sign that the German media giant is rearranging its priorities.
Controversial vidgame "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" hijacked five awards at the first G-Phoria event Wednesday night at the Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood, including game of the year and the EB…
Walt Disney Pictures' hit toon "Finding Nemo" will dive into the DVD waters Nov. 4.
It looks like another tough quarter for leading cable operators, with the sector this week expected to report basic cable customer losses as part of their second-quarter results.
Even before the first two films have been released, Miramax Films has greenlit a third movie based on the Bionicle line of toys.
Pioneer Entertainment will release the Who's 1979 pic "The Kids Are Alright" on DVD Sept. 30 with a bonus disc including nearly five hours of special features.