Spain's anti-piracy crusaders are claiming to have carried out the country's biggest ever crackdown on illegal street sales, just as a judge dismissed the prosecution of an alleged vidgame piracy…
The European Commission has approved the French government's offer of Euros 99 million ($153 million) in state aid to the team hoping to create a European rival to Google.
The U.K. Film Council is working with the National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts to launch a $1 million (£500,000) project to help indie Brit film companies explore new business models…
CBS hasn't nixed the idea of eventually joining News Corp. and NBC's new Hulu online video site -- but if there's any movement on such a deal, the Eye isn't talking.
Viacom-owned Harmonix Music Systems, the developer of the first two "Guitar Hero" games and "Rock Band," on Monday filed a lawsuit alleging that Activision owes it royalties of more than $14.5…
Take-Two Interactive isn't any closer to resolving its ownership fight with Electronic Arts, but it made some progress on its own financial goals and upped guidance for the current fiscal year.
B-Side, which creates websites for more than 150 film festivals and uses its technology to collect audience reactions to thousands of fest films, is jumping into the online film-fest submission biz.
Showbiz's top lobbyists are taking an increasingly vocal position against so-called Net neutrality, but not everyone in the industry is singing the same tune on the complicated policy issue.
It's coming up on three years since the Digital Cinema Initiatives consortium announced its specifications for d-cinema systems, and now d-cinema has begun to take off in earnest.
Ten words are all Hollywood studios need to utter when lobbying theater owners at ShoWest this week to convert more screens to digital 3-D: "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert…