Core gamers are the lifeblood of the video game industry, buying more titles and playing more frequently than anyone else.
EBay, Facebook, IAC and Yahoo! have come to the defense of YouTube as it faces a $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit from Viacom.
In a move to boost its live music profile and capitalize on top music acts, Vevo, the premium Web service launched by the Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment in December, will globally…
The visual effects industry's ability to handle huge changes at the last minute has cultivated some dubious habits at the studios.
The "Lost" finale may not have set a ratings record, but pirates absolutely loved it. TorrentFreak, a news site that covers the file sharing industry, reports the May 23 finale has broken all…
The U.K.'s hugely successful video-on-demand service, the BBC iPlayer, is embracing social media.
The FCC has launched a review of its media ownership rules.
The studio has tapped Jeff Junge to serve as senior VP of online games and digital games platforms.
Two of the most visible faces in Microsoft's entertainment and devices division are leaving the company.
IFC Films has picked up two alums of the 2009 SXSW film fest, "Made in China" and "Sorry, Thanks," for on-demand distribution.
G4 prexy Neal Tiles has signed on to pwn the competition for another three years.