The production truck parked just outside where "The X Factor" shoots on Stage 36 in the CBS Television City complex is filled with 20 people hunkered over monitors. But they've got nothing to do with…
UTA has hired CAA's Ophir Lupu to head its videogame unit.
Mounting a belated challenge to Apple's dominance of the digital music retail market through iTunes, search giant Google unveiled its full music service, dubbed Google Music, at a press conference in…
With 18 pics submitted, there's a chance of five noms -- and thanks to a new rule, even if fewer than 16 qualify, four can advance. Either way, it's a bigger field than last year's three-way race.
The rhetoric in the D.C. battle over a major piece of online antipiracy legislation is that it would either save jobs or kill innovation, but there were moments during a Wednesday congressional…
The SOPA anti-piracy bill might be strongly backed by the Hollywood community, but the Consumer Electronics Association – the group behind the annual Consumer Electronics Show – wants no part of it…
As traditional helmers adapt to animation, they bring techniques from the live-action side along.
With the exception of "Rango," all of this year's American-backed big-studio toons take place abroad, ranging from "Rio's" beautiful Brazilian vistas to "Cars 2's" whirlwind tour of a world inhabited…
Miramax has inked a multi-year licensing deal with Netflix in the U.K. and Ireland, the third content partner to join the service in the territory.
Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger has joined the board of Apple, the tech giant announced Tuesday.
Sony Corp. has held talks with content companies about licensing channels for a new Internet service being considered by the conglom, according to The Wall Street Journal.