Comcast has appealed last month's FCC ruling that it improperly blocked Internet file-sharing activities.
Call it the rise of the desk potato. According to a recent survey, online viewership of television broadcasts has almost doubled since 2006 to nearly 20% of Internet families. Of those, report the…
Microsoft and 12 other companies will invest in Japan Intl. Broadcasting (JIB), Japan's first English-language broadcasting service, according to an unsourced report in the Nikkei business newspaper…
Helmer Hayao Miyazaki's "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea" will open Amsterdam's Cinekid, the international film, TV and new media festival for tykes age 4-14, on Oct. 18.
Thousands of anti-war protesters take to the streets of a major Midwestern city during a presidential nominating convention and clash with heavily armed police. Substitute 1968 with 2008, Vietnam…
Emmy winning animator Bill Melendez, who created Peanuts TV specials such as "A Charlie Brown Christmas," died Tuesday Sept. 2 in Santa Monica.
The major networks owned the drama of Hurricane Gustav storming into Louisiana, but it was the blogosphere that drove the coverage of another province the nets like to think they rule: the big…
In a move that underlines exhibitors' urgent embrace of 3-D, National Assn. of Theater Owners' Cinema Buying Group has pacted with Real D to install 3-D capability on the group's digital projectors…
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is shuttering its Korean office at the end of this month due to the country's sluggish DVD market.
It's hard to imagine how 20th Century Fox topper Darryl F. Zanuck expected 1942's "Moontide" to transform the great Gallic thesp Jean Gabin into an American movie star.
Innumerable games strive for a cinematic vibe, but most fail to pull it off when they take themselves too seriously and overburden the gameplay with content better left in movies.