If marketing mavens want to reach younger moviegoers when promoting their films, they need to embrace social networks or risk being ignored.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to "Wonderful World," starring Matthew Broderick.
Rob Hummel's Academy presentation on the history of film formats is proving so popular, he's being invited to repeat it at studios, but without the movie clips.
Indian post conglom Prime Focus has been quiet until now about its worldwide acquisitions, but that is about to change.
The Twitter campaign for "Next to Normal," much buzzed-about due to its unusually large number of followers for a Broadway show, has picked up an OMMA (Online Media, Marketing and Advertising) Award…
Warner Music Group has settled its long-running wrangle with YouTube and will return its musicvideo content to the Internet vid giant. In December, WMG yanked its video content from YouTube…
Microsoft is not a company of fools. It knew the Zune was going to get pummeled by the iPod – and it knows that the Zune HD will never knock the iPod Touch or iPhone off of their throne. But it also…
Seth Rogen has fulfilled a dream, and he's not talking about starring in the box-office hit "Knocked Up" or playing a superhero in the upcoming "The Green Hornet."
A well-timed endorsement from Oprah Winfrey made the Kindle e-reader one of last year's hottest holiday items, but this year, Amazon's electronic reading device may face a lot more competition.
It was YouTube before YouTube existed.
President Obama has tapped Victoria Espinel as the White House's "intellectual property czar," an appointment that won praise from industry lobbyists and unions as they push to make copyright…