Defying the conventional wisdom in TV land these days, the CW has decided to hype the upcoming return of "Gossip Girl' by opting not to stream episodes of the show on the Web.
Time Warner confirmed that it has launched a Hong Kong version of AOL this week. News Corp's social networking site MySpace also went "official" on its Indian site, which has been operational since…
Google's still got it. The search giant's profit jumped almost a third in the first quarter despite Wall Street concerns about the faltering economy's impact on its paid click business.
CBS Corp. has planted a flag in Silicon Valley.
A huge surge for Nintendo led by its hit game "Super Smash Bros. Brawl" helped spur the overall U.S. videogame biz to grow an astounding 57% to $1.8 billion in March.
MySpaceTV has launched its first U.K. co-production with Hammer Films.
Officials defended China's efforts to stop rampant copying of movies and other goods, saying Thursday that 4,322 people were convicted of product piracy last year and promising special efforts to…
TF1, France's biggest commercial net, has filed a lawsuit against YouTube alleging wrongful use of its content and seeking e100 million ($158.3 million) in damages.
European online interactive teen soap "Sofia's Diary" is to transfer to the small screen in Blighty in what is being hailed as "a milestone for television broadcasting."
New distrib Delanic Films has struck a three-year deal for Anchor Bay Entertainment U.K. to handle the DVD release of its movies.
The EU's regulatory body, the European Commission, gave the go-ahead on Wednesday (April 16) for the merger of Vivendi's games unit with California-based game developer Activision.