Warner Bros. is used to spending heavily to promote its movies. So why not apply the same strategy to its videogames?
Most press releases reveal little. But read between the lines and many juicy details can be gleaned.
"Star Wars" is offering plenty of online support to its new Cartoon Net CGI series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars."
There was more news on the digital rollout Thursday as Sony Corp. inked pacts with 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures to promote Sony digital cinema equipment.
Take-Two is staying solo. The "Grand Theft Auto" publisher announced Thursday that it has ended its review process for potential acquirers or strategic deals.
Those searching for a videogame analog to independent film need look no further than "de Blob," a game originally created by nine students in Holland as a way to graphically present their city's…
Codeblack Interactive has partnered with YouTube on made-for-the-Internet urban programming that will be distributed under Google Content Network.
Universal's three-disc DVD release of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" only improves on the bigscreen version, with loads of extras that make one believe that the 112-minute theatrical release could've…
Claiming a first for Hollywood, Warner Bros. will release its movies in South Korea on demand two weeks before they go out on DVD.
The federal Copyright Royalty Board left the rate for royalties paid to songwriters for CDs and digital downloads unchanged.