As it prepares to return to Los Angeles for 2008, the Siggraph computer graphics conference and tradeshow unveiled its most Hollywood-friendly program and schedule ever, including greater access to…
Peace Arch and ContentFilm will merge their U.S. home entertainment units next month in a joint venture expected to cut combined overhead by 30%.
In a bid to reach millions of Spanish-speaking Internet users, the Democratic National Convention Committee has pacted with Comcast to stream live online coverage of events in Spanish as well as…
Chinese regulators have given 247 firms the go-ahead to run online video-sharing services after ordering dozens of companies to halt operations earlier this year -- but it has not licensed China's…
Microsoft and Yahoo are keeping hope alive.
Hollywood is too slow to invest in new technology -- that was the chief complaint heard during a daylong symposium held by the MIT Media Lab on Friday.
Cinema Expo has emerged as a venue to hatch digital deployment pacts.
FremantleMedia is partnering with NBC Universal-owned iVillage U.K. to launch an online comedy-drama series aimed at young mothers.
Phil Knight, whose Nike empire gives him an estimated worth of $7.9 billion, is bringing his muscle to showbiz, with ambitious plans for his Portland, Ore., animation studio to partner with a…
CBS Paramount has gotten a taste of what can happen when you tinker with a classic TV series on DVD -- and, in the process, has put a new spin on the question of releasing old projects in new media.