A few weeks ago, an album called "Video Games Live: Volume One" debuted at No. 10 on Billboard's Classical Crossover Chart. Within a week, it had muscled out John Williams' latest "Indiana Jones"…
SAG and AFTRA aren't the only unions where rebellion has been brewing within the ranks. Simmering just below the boiling point are feelings of discontent among musicians within Local 47 of the…
Hoping to plant their flags on the screens of Internet-connected television sets, Intel Corp. and Yahoo Inc. unveiled a new project Wednesday to populate those screens with tiny programs called…
Nintendo's hit Wii console with its wandlike remote controller has been targeted in patent infringement complaints by a U.S. technology company.
Paramount, the last studio to convert to Blu-ray, is now fully on the bandwagon, offering consumers a financial incentive to make the switch. Studio will give consumers who upgrade certain library…
Sony's online entertainment venture Crackle.com has launched "Coma," a web series, starring Michael Madsen, George Hamilton and Paul Ben-Victor that Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment, Anonymous…
New 35mm restorations of "The Godfather" and "The Godfather: Part II" overseen by Francis Ford Coppola will unspool in a three-week run at Gotham's Film Forum starting Sept. 12.
Gamers who illegally download the "Lord of the Rings Online" could soon be facing a far more powerful foe than the goblins and orcs of the Mines of Moria.
Singapore cable network operator StarHub Digital Cable has launched a 'true on-demand' package, Demand TV.
In a slap at SAG and its stalled contract talks, the DGA's issued a staunch defense of its new-media deal with the majors and its exemption for low-budget productions.
MGM Domestic Television Distribution has optioned U.K.-based online graphic novel "The Many Worlds of Jonas Moore" for development as a series. MGM execs say the move is part of a burgeoning effort…