The Fuji Television and Nippon Television networks have inked a deal to each take 7% stakes in Gyao, a free-video portal whose corporate parent is Yahoo!.
Back in July, Amazon was starting to look like the gang who couldn't shoot straight. Kindle customers who had bought a copy of "1984" found the book deleted from their machine with no explanation…
Hoping to attract a few more fanboys and gals to frosh thriller "FlashForward," ABC has started printing bizarre codes in certain print ads for the show.
Sony has unveiled plans for 3-D-capable consumer products that will hit the shelves in 2010, boosting the burgeoning market for 3-D pics while putting competitive pressure on its rivals.
Vudu, the online, on-demand high definition movie streaming service, has locked in another big customer. Mitsubishi has signed the company as one of the launch partners of its new line of …
Panasonic has been out in front of the 3D HD television movement so far, but it's about to get some competition. Sony has unveiled a series of 3D HD sets, which are expected to hit the streets in…
The U.K.'s royalties collection society for songwriters has negotiated a deal with YouTube that will allow the online video site to legally show artist videos, in return for payment to copyright…
Cinetic Rights Management has signed VOD distribution deals with arthouse distribs including Kino Intl., Palm Pictures, Cinema Guild and Virgil Films.
Helmer Sally Potter's film "Rage" will premiere not in theaters or on DVD but on cell phones and iPods.
YouTube, Google's online video streaming service, is in talks with Hollywood studios to rent new-release movies online, according to people familiar with the talks.
The 66th Venice Film Festival heralds the digital 3-D era with the inception of the Persol 3D Award.