Media conglom Kadokawa Group Holdings is tying up with YouTube to earn ad coin from its toons that have been posted without its permission.
Bryan Singer's "Valkyrie" may not hit theaters until next year, but the Weinstein Co. has picked up U.S. theatrical, DVD and TV rights to Jo Baier's 2004 German take on the failed plot to assassinate…
PlayStation Network, Sony's website that offers content for PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3, now has one million subscribers in Japan, Sony said on Monday.
France's broadcasting authority the CSA has issued HD digital terrestrial television licenses to private networks TF1 and M6 plus pubcasters France 2 and Arte.
DVD isn't the golden goose it once was -- but overall sales are still holding fairly steady.
A Japanese toon that angered Muslims for its depiction of the Koran is reportedly being pulled from distribution by publisher Shueisha and toon house Another Push Pin Planning.
A Syrian IT dealer has been jailed for dissent after being convicted of having accessed websites run by the banned opposition and taken part in Internet forums, a human rights watchdog said.
A Brooklyn man has been convicted of pirating movies, music and videogames and faces up to five years in prison and a possible $250,000 fine, the Justice Dept. has announced.
AFTRA and the majors have decided to try negotiating over the weekend after completing 13 days of negotiations on the union's primetime contract.
Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Fox and Walt Disney have agreed to co-finance digital cinema installation in Europe to the tune of $945 million.