Not all industryites are techno-friendly, but our jobs increasingly demand it. With the holidays coming and so many products on the market, it's hard to figure out what to ask for: Variety has…
Why a platypus?
Disney Channel has an unusual hit on its hands, an animated show that is scoring big with the tween auds that flock to the channel's live-action fare.
Can YouTube be the stopper in the profit drain that is bedeviling the broadcasting biz? Troubled U.K. network Channel 4 is betting on it.
The Writers Guild of America East has backed a New York City Council resolution urging the Federal Communications Commission to adopt Net neutrality standards for Internet service providers.
IFC Entertainment and Netflix have struck a streaming partnership that gives the online movie rental service U.S. rights to 53 indie films.
If you haven't heard of augmented reality, you will soon, thanks to "Avatar."
With motion capture becoming increasingly popular production technique, the Screen Actors Guild is investigating how thesps perform the work -- a signal the issue may emerge as a factor in next…
"New Moon" fans seemed to spend this week pitching tents outside theaters instead of viewing the Summit pic's online trailer.
The Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday failed to approve a bill that would establish a federal shield law to protect journalists from certain suits requiring them to reveal news sources.
Eleven years ago, Ryan Kavanaugh backed a company that devised a way to bring video-on-demand into living rooms. It failed, but he never gave up on VOD.