When it launched little more than a year ago, Brash Entertainment was the videogame industry's first Hollywood-style publisher, with a group of executives and investors drawn in large part from the…
Warner Bros. is to become the first Hollywood studio to see its movies distributed directly to mobile TV in Korea. Move follows a deal with the country's number two phone company KTF.
Nobody likes to talk about it this way, but the very existence of the Siggraph Asia conference represents a small victory for Al Qaeda's efforts to undermine the U.S. economy.
It is an understatement to say Singapore likes to see itself as a hub. Government policy makes the city-state a hub of many things -- from moviemaking to casinos, from silicon chip manufacturing to…
There are few regions better qualified than Asia to demonstrate the prowess of Internet Protocol Television.
In-flight entertainment's about to take off in a new direction. Virgin America this week flipped the switch on a Wi-Fi service it will offer on all its planes by the middle of next year, letting…
Lionsgate has elevated Michael Rathauser to senior VP of marketing for home entertainment.
MySpace has found its top music man. News Corp.'s social-networking site has named Courtney Holt prexy of MySpace Music, the music offshoot it launched in September with the backing of all four of…
Italian animation company Rainbow is setting up a $16.5 million games studio in Singapore to handle design for a planned online world based on its cartoon franchise "Winx Club," about five teenage…
Hong Kong icon Wong Kar Wai has become one of the world's most imitated directors; indeed, he more or less aped himself in his recent foray into English-language filmmaking, "My Blueberry Nights."