Disney has crowned Jake Gyllenhaal for its "Prince of Persia."
Napster Inc. begins selling MP3s Tuesday, a move the online music service hopes will lure iPod users and turn around Napster's sliding fortunes.
Last week, Fox announced a fall schedule that included animated staple "The Simpsons" in its normal Sunday timeslot.
Content and technology are working more and more off the same script when it comes to the high-end cable biz, and this concerted effort is on display this week at the cable biz's annual NCTA confab.
Electronic Arts just won't give up on Take-Two.
"V for Vendetta's" "Director's Notebook" feature, suggests both the potential and limitations of Warner's "In Movie Experience" enhanced viewing option.
In a surprise development, AFTRA has joined the Screen Actors Guild in declaring that actors must still be asked for their consent for clips of their work to be used online.
AOL's recent $850 million acquisition of social networking site Bebo will form the centerpiece of a newly created People Networks business unit led by Bebo topper Joanna Shields.
The MGM HD network has signed its first cable-operator contract, a carriage deal with Comcast that comes on the heels of satellite-distributor agreements with Dish Network last week and DirecTV in…
Microsoft still wants to get in bed with Yahoo, but no longer wants to marry it.