Media executives like to talk an awful lot these days about giving consumers tv shows and movies at any time and on any device.
Video sharing site Vimeo has launched a new way to stand out from rival YouTube: enable its premium users to upload full-length features.
Yes, it turns out everything is at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, even high-tech mattresses.
Despite heavily hyped reports of the demise of DVDs, a new study reports sales and rentals of discs far surpassed the growth of web-based movie and TV show purchases in the U.S. last year.
LG's theme at its morning press conference was Smart Technology.
Breakout directors. Cutting-edge techniques. Revolutionary storytelling devices.
Visual effects pros who work in an animation wrestle with many of the same problems as their colleagues on live-action pics -- fire, water, smoke, explosions.
Last year's animated features took us flying through the skies in "How To Train Your Dragon" and "Legend of the Guardians" and vaulted us across rooftops in "Tangled." Animated films' camerawork is…
Not a week into the new year, ebb and flow of Murdoch's media ambitions are on full display.
Streaming movies directly to Internet-enabled TV sets has already become familiar, but manufacturers are about to begin adding top-tier videogames to their bag of tricks.
Getting character design right is as complex as composing a melody, says Disney's vet animator Glen Keane, who supervised the animation of "Tangled" and designed Rapunzel.