With the fate of the Golden Globe Awards in the hands of the courts, Dick Clark Prods. is developing another kudocast.
The lineup of journalists attending the biannual Television Critics Assn. press tour has changed radically over the past few years, leaving networks and veteran reporters wondering if the coverage is…
When you think about it, it's actually pretty astonishing that there hasn't been a Rambo video game out in the past 22 years. Oh there have been games on Sylvester Stallone's "First Blood" hero…
The exec widely thought to be the Sony heir apparent, Kaz Hirai, dodged questions about his future at the company during a roundtable of foreign media in Tokyo on Thursday before going on to talk…
Question for the movie industry: Is it possible you have this whole 3D thing backwards? Because after watching a lot of 3D and then catching up with the ESPN 3D gang at the X Games last week, I'm…
Months before UltraViolet's upcoming launch this fall, Warner Bros. revealed that "Green Lantern" and "Horrible Bosses" will be among the first films the studio will offer to consumers through the…
Activision Blizzard reported record digital sales during the second quarter as an increasing number of gamers are glued to their consoles.
Time Warner's ready to give HBO Go a bigger push. CEO Jeff Bewkes, in an earnings call with analysts this morning, said the pay network's TV Everywhere service would be expanding its footprint beyond…
Dentsu, Japan's biggest ad shop, and the five major networks are partnering to launch a new nationwide Internet TV service next spring.
Hulu is attempting its first long-form original series, teaming with Morgan Spurlock on unscripted project "A Day in the Life."
The U.K. government has announced a package of measures intended to liberalize Britain's copyright laws.