DGA president Michael Apted has been tapped as jury co-chair for the Democracy Video Challenge, an online competition aimed at promoting global discussion of democracy.
Written alongside their Oscar-winning "No Country for Old Men," the Coen brothers' smaller-scale "Burn After Reading" proved almost inevitably anticlimactic. So it's all the more disappointing to…
A proposed Internet filter dubbed the "Great Aussie Firewall" is promising to make Australia one of the strictest Internet regulators among democratic countries.
Wal-Mart will start selling Apple's popular iPhone on Sunday, the chain said, confirming earlier reports by employees.
Zavvi, one of the U.K.'s leading CD, DVD and vidgame retailers, is on the brink of bankruptcy.
The U.K. government is looking to impose tough restrictions on websites in the coming year .
As much as the music biz needs the Internet to spread the word about bands and recordings, there remains a tension between the two that suggests they have yet to create a level playing field for…
The demise of troubled publisher Brash Entertainment almost kept "The Tale of Despereaux" videogame off shelves, a fate averted by a last minute deal with Atari. For players, this is a mixed bag.
Mobile content provider Zed Group is entering the TV production arena, teaming with Spanish broadcaster Antena 3 TV to create reality format "Rico al instante" (Instantly Rich).
Mark Burnett has signed a multiyear agreement with Studio One Media to use the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company's new MyStudio service to audition reality show contestants.
China has blocked access to the New York Times website, days after the Beijing government defended its right to censor online content it considers illegal.