AT&T Inc. is launching its new video service for cell phones Sunday on two phones, and will charge $15 per month for 10 channels.
Pricing concessions paved the way for Apple's sweeping movie sell-through deals with the majors.
The BBC's iPlayer is moving off the Internet and onto cabler Virgin Media, in a move that will give further cause for concern to News Corp.'s paybox BSkyB.
Singapore has been tapped as host city for 3DX: 3D Film & Entertainment Festival, skedded for Nov. 19-23.
Countering remarks by DreamWorks Animation topper Jeffrey Katzenberg, National Assn. of Theater Owners prexy John Fithian said exhibs aren't to blame for holding up the transition to digital movie…
Senator Entertainment has come aboard to produce a feature version of Capcom's videogame "Clock Tower," with Martin Weisz ("The Hills Have Eyes 2") to direct.
Horror pic prodco Platinum Dunes has joined forces with website Bloody-Disgusting.com to host the shingle's new blog.
Seeking to capitalize on the era of flux and consumer dissatisfaction with TV and homevid offerings, a new company launching Thursday believes it has the next-gen solution.
"You are a one man army," promises the slogan for Sega's adaptation of Marvel and Paramount's "Iron Man" movie. Problem is, one-man armies need something to do besides fly through generic…
Time Warner reported solid earnings Wednesday in a first quarter tarnished by softness at AOL, but chief exec Jeffrey Bewkes scored some points by affirming full-year guidance and formalizing plans…