Start small: that was the ruling sentiment from author and keynote speaker, Scott Kirsner, at Wednesday's luncheon during the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers' Tech Conference and…
Steven Waldman, former journo and co-founder of Beliefnet, has been tapped by the FCC to lead an initiative designed to assess "the state of media in these challenging economic times."
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has partnered with Turner Classic Movies on a new manufacturing-on-demand service, kicking off Friday with a series of horror films never before released on DVD.
If helmer Duncan Jones has his way, Acad voters won't be able to ignore thesp Sam Rockwell's performance in "Moon."
Quincy Smith left his gig as an investment banker at Allen & Co. three years ago to join CBS with the mandate of making the Eye a player in digital media.
Screen Actors Guild thesps have thrown a wrench into the world of videogame voice work, rejecting a tentative deal for a new contract and asking employers to return to the bargaining table.
Video-on-demand service Voddler launched in Sweden Wednesday, offering a service comparable to Hulu.
Comedy Central is turning into the Home for Wayward Animated Series, having just picked up repeats of canceled ABC toon "The Goode Family."
Despite having only one release on its schedule this year, DreamWorks Animation scared up better-than-expected results during the third quarter thanks to "Monsters vs. Aliens."
Chalk up another first for S3D TV: Mexico's first telecast of a major soccer match in the format.
Among the companies working on "Avatar" is the Iceland branch of Framestore, Europe's largest digital visual-effects company.