The FCC launched an initiative on Thursday to probe the future of media and how technology could be harnessed to best serve the public's information needs.
Carl Icahn is leading a shakeup of struggling vidgame publisher Take-Two Interactive's board of directors.
Technicolor has scored a coup in the colorist wars with the hiring of digital intermediate senior colorist Michael Hatzer, who previously worked at EFilm. Hatzer's credits include "The Blind Side,"…
Left-wing radio network Air America Media shut down its live programming operations Thursday, with the company announcing it would file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Jackie Collins is readying a new series of mysteries for her readers, only this time they'll appear as direct-to-DVD movies at supermarkets.
Auds and pros alike have flipped for the beautiful, lifelike creatures of "Avatar."
John Lasseter is the first producer of animated films to be awarded the Selznick Award by the PGA for an outstanding body of work.
This was bound to happen sooner or later. YouTube will kick off a new service Friday, offering paid rentals of streaming films. Five movies will be offered initially – including some that will be…
Adult Swim has locked in its top-rated franchise for another two seasons, handing a whopping 40-episode order to "Robot Chicken."
The New York Times says it will charge readers for full access to its Web site starting in 2011, a risky move aimed at drawing more revenue online without driving away advertisers that want the…
Leaping into the 3-D game in the season of "Avatar," the 2010 Grammy Awards will present a 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson at the Jan. 31 Staples Center ceremony.