Sundance may have rejected his short film "Bullet in the Brain," but tyro helmer David Von Ancken still managed to turn himself into the center of attention in Park City last January.
For the online entertainment community, it might just be a small world after all. Seeking new revenue streams, studios that develop Web animation are turning their attention overseas to find…
Stunted by a lack of major-label content and competition from free file-sharer Napster, EMusic.com has put itself on the block, and industry sources say Universal Music Group is the buyer.
It's easy to believe that online entertainment is dead, gone and buried when dot-coms have been dropping like flies. But that would mean believing one of the Web's biggest misconceptions.
Nearly 70 Capitol Hill lawmakers on Tuesday announced a new caucus that will protect and serve public broadcasters, including pushing for adequate funding during the transition to digital TV.
The MTVi Group and music Netco RioPort will bow what they claim to be the first retail music download service with the blessing of all five major music labels, just days after three of those majors…
Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy-CEO Jack Valenti was a man of few words at Tuesday's congressional hearing on copyright and the Internet.
Aussies will get their first opportunity to buy cinema tickets online this summer via Movieline, the telephone booking/info service owned jointly by the major circuits Greater Union, Hoyts and…
Gordon Drake, one of the chief backers of Screen Actors Guild prexy William Daniels, announced he will take his controversial four-year-old actor.org site off the Internet with the goal of promoting…
A songwriter himself, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) used sweet words to sugarcoat a warning delivered Tuesday to major record labels: He'll croon for a congressional remedy if artists and creators are…