From the rise of Nazis to Vietnam and beyond, Hollywood and showbiz have lent their talents and skills to the war effort of the day.
If the lackluster economy this year has been good to one business, it's DVD rentals.
The feds have a new weapon in the fight against the flu virus: the Henson Digital Puppetry System.
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Studios are collapsing video-on-demand windows in an effort to combat sagging DVD sales and cheap Redbox rentals.
Atari will help the Weinstein Co. make "Project Runway" a little more realistic for fans with a videogame version set to bow next year.
FLO TV, which has established itself as the go-to player in cell phone television viewing, is branching out. The company has introduced a dedicated standalone device letting people watch programming…
Microsoft swung by the east coast today to show off its wares for the upcoming holiday season – and to help promote the Zune HD, Windows Mobile 6.5 and the Xbox 360, it brought out the big guns…
"Coraline" helmer Henry Selick is leaving Laika, the Portland, Ore.-based animation studio whose reputation the stop-motion director helped establish.
Warner Bros. is dialing up plans to distribute more of its movies, TV shows and original fare onto mobile devices, and has tapped Natalie Farsi to spearhead the effort for the studio.
The creators of "The Simpsons" have ruled out making a second Simpsons movie -- at least not until the TV series finally wraps.
In CBS' strong start this TV season there is a message about the schism between procedural and serialized dramas -- and potentially the rift separating broadcasting and cable as the digital video…