Mark Cuban is slated to appear as an expert panelist for a field hearing that the Federal Communications Commission is holding on the future of broadband and the Internet.
The Los Angeles Convention Center, site of the much ballyhooed annual E3 show, was eerily quiet last week. Packed with more than 60,000 industryites just two years ago, the LACC had fewer than 5,000…
Raindance.TV, a U.K.-based new media film distrib, has completed its first phase of fund-raising, securing just under £500,000 ($1 million), and is set to launch its website in the fall.
Could "Wall-E" ride its zeitgeist momentum all the way to a best-picture nom?
Video-on-demand in France has received a $1.6 million cash injection from the Centre National de la Cinematographie, Gaul's government-backed film and TV funder.
The BBC has confirmed the appointment of former Microsoft topper Erik Huggers as its new director of future media and technology.
Taiwanese kids channel YoYo TV has acquired 118 hours of animation from MTV Networks International.
Wall Street is getting jittery about the booming tech sector.
Imax and exhib Tokyu Recreation have inked a deal to build four Imax theaters in Japan.
Lego-based movie games remained hot in June, while "Metal Gear Solid 4" provided a major boost to Sony, and Nintendo's Wii finally took the No. 1 spot in the new generation of consoles.