Sales of DVDs may have peaked for Hollywood, but studios are still looking for ways to wring out a little more money from the format.
Three years after he was charged with setting up Universal's standalone international theatrical and marketing operations, David Kosse now finds himself the boss of all things international at the…
John Lasseter and Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki were honored at Comic-Con with Inkpot Awards for "great contributions to pop culture."
At Comic-Con, Pixar presented its new slate as going back to basics, with a 3D twist.
The final season of "BSG" has come and gone, but this is the series that will never end.
A year after selling DIC Entertainment, Andy Heyward has returned to the kidvid scene with a new banner, A Squared Entertainment, and an animation production partnership with AOL.
San Diego Comic-Con 2009 blasted into high gear Thursday morning.
Productivity on planes used to be limited to working on a PowerPoint presentation or document. Slowly, though, today's frequent flyers are able to go online while in the air – and Aircell, the top…
The FCC is poised for a revamp of its kidvid regulations -- and that might not be good news for broadcasters.
CBSNews.com will carry a live webcast of Walter Cronkite's funeral service at 2 p.m. ET Thursday from St. Bartholomew's Church in Manhattan.
Disney is developing an Internet service that would offer Mouse movies, TV shows, games and other content on a subscription basis, Disney prexy and CEO Bob Iger told a media confab Wednesday.