At least a few viewers tuning into the 81st Annual Academy Awards may find static instead.
The U.S. State Dept. has revealed its latest diplomatic tool: user-generated content. At the U.N. on Monday, representatives revealed the Democracy Video Challenge, a government initiative…
With the prospects of a $2 billion acquisition by Electronic Arts gone, investors fled "Grand Theft Auto" publisher Take-Two Interactive on Monday, driving its stock down by 24%.
Vaguely resembling a Tim Burton toon, minus the magic, "Igor" is a mirthless animated romp set in the world of mad scientists and the woefully misunderstood hunchbacks who assist them.
The European Commission confirmed Monday that it has launched a preliminary investigation into a proposed online advertising pact between Google and Yahoo.
Best Buy has picked up beleaguered Napster for $121 million in a bid to beef up its digital coin.
Michael Grade, chairman of beleaguered British broadcaster ITV, has lashed out at Internet giant Google and video-sharing website YouTube, calling them parasites.
Jonathan M. Tisch, chairman-CEO of Loews Hotels, and Jeffrey Stewart today announced the founding of Walnut Hill Media.
More than half a year of corporate drama drew to a close on Sunday as Electronic Arts ended its quest to acquire "Grand Theft Auto" publisher Take-Two Interactive.
Five out of the six majors have banded together on a tech consortium to help standardize digital media for maximum portability.
Sony Pictures has signed on as the first studio advertiser to promote its pics on MySpace Music.