Effective this month, Variety.com is completely behind a paywall -- meaning all Variety content is now accessible to subscribers at no extra charge but blocked from nonsubscribers.
Stats from FIFA.com, the website of the international soccer org that runs the tournament, confirm that digital viewing is building fast on computers and mobile devices, including smartphones.
A witty puppet animation that sees the titular Nazi footwear stomping over the heart of England.
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The Intl. 3D Society and USC's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) have teamed to start a 3D University for 3D pros.
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Largescreen exhib Imax announced Wednesday a joint venture with Disney to unspool three of the studio's 3D titles in 2011.
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Two years after being destroyed in a devastating fire, King Kong is roaring back to life on Universal's backlot.
A federal judge handed an important legal victory to Google and YouTube on Wednesday, ruling that the video site was not liable for infringing on Viacom's copyrights on tens of thousands of uploaded…