Major Indian toon house DQ Entertainment is to produce two cartoon series with European partners.
DreamWorks Animation is filling its board seat recently vacated by David Geffen with the CEO of the David Geffen Co.
The NTV network, comedy talent shop Yoshimoto Kogyo and ad agency Dentsu are partnering to offer Japanese comedy and variety shows to U.S. auds on broadband.
Championship Gaming Series, the company behind a series of televised vidgame competitions, has shut its doors after two seasons, unable to raise enough revenue from sponsorships and TV broadcast…
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Christian-Jaque's 1952 B&W swashbuckler "Fanfan la Tulipe" is that special film that was made for the masses but appeals equally to cineastes -- or is it the other way around?
President-elect Barack Obama's pick to be the nation's top law enforcement official could be a strong ally in the entertainment industry's ongoing war on piracy.
The global economic meltdown has forced Sparx, the toon company behind the Weinstein-distribbed "Igor," to shutter its animation studios in Paris and retreat to its base in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
After carefully wading into the casual vidgame biz over the past few years, National Geographic is launching a full-fledged games division.
Bowing to Wall Street pressure, Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang has agreed to relinquish the Netco's top exec post as soon as the company finds a replacement.