Revolution Studios founder Joe Roth will headline the keynote conversation.
After successfully launching several online projects like "Married on MySpace," Endemol USA is putting a bigger spotlight on its Digital Media group.
The panel might as well have been called Coping With Technology.
Palm Inc. a pioneer in the smart phone business that couldn't quite make the comeback it needed, has agreed to be bought out by Hewlett-Packard Co. for about $1 billion in cash.
Imax and Warner Bros. have completed an agreement to release up to 20 Warner films in Imax's format over the next three and a half years through 2013, including "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."
Studio has put teeth into "How to Train Your Dragon" as its "next franchise."
Trade org Digital Entertainment Group has created a unit to promote 3D in the home.
Global financial services group Fintage House has become the latest major media company to sign on with the fast-growing online B2B marketplace Mediapeers.
Microsoft is looking to expand the footprint of its Windows 7 Media Center – and that could have folks at Tivo real nervous. The company today announced that it was releasing what amounts to an…
Cable outfit Virgin Media is the latest U.K. firm to bow an online film service aimed at the local market.
Revenue stemming from film downloads in Germany rose threefold to E21 million ($28 million) last year.