Directors have a new perk to demand of studios when it comes to tentpole pics: sequences shot using Imax cameras.
Baidu, China's top Web search site, is expanding its cooperation with partner UiTV, operator of the country's largest Internet TV platform.
French production and distribution shingle Marathon Group is launching animated series "Gormiti, the Lords of Nature Return" at the Mipcom Junior TV mart, set to take place in Cannes Oct.11 and 12.
Korean post house Metafive Art, Science and Magic and Hong Kong-based production services company October Pictures have set up visual-effects joint venture Kinomotive.
Asia accounts for 54% of global online gaming and growth rates of 26% could make online a $20 billion global industry by 2012.
FUNimation Entertainment has acquired various North American rights to "Mushi-shi" (Bugmaster), a live-action pic by anime auture Katsauhiro Otomo.
TiVo, the Silicon Valley company that helped create the market for digital video recorders, is collaborating with a German software company to bring TiVo functionality to personal computers.
Zack Snyder is the latest helmer to play in the videogame world. The "300" director has signed a deal to develop three original games for Electronic Arts, the nation's largest third-party publisher.
Nippon Television Broadcasting, one of Japan's five major networks, has linked with talent shop and media conglom Amuse to webcast an NTV drama series afterit airs on NTV's terrestrial stand…
While one DreamWorks departs Paramount, another is staying put, at last for a few more years.