The seeds of the nation's first 3-D broadcast network have been planted, repping a small step for television, but a giant leap for 3-D.
Bloodied but unbowed, and far from beaten, Nicolas Sarkozy's government is resurrecting its Internet antipiracy bill -- only days after it was rejected at the final hurdle by France's National…
Discovery Communications has upped Kelly Day to chief operating officer of its digital media and commerce division.
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New York-based regional sports network YES has reached an agreement with Verizon to gain national distribution in high-def over the wireless carrier's Fios subscription TV service.
"Lost" is still king of the fast-growing online video jungle. ABC's island drama accounted for 35.8 million video streams of full-length episodes, clips and other shortform content viewed by 1.4…
If getting celebrities on your GPS isn't enough, how about a celebrity iPod? Sure, the U2 iPod came out almost five years ago. But all that had was unique colors and engraved signatures from the…
In a driving focused, immigrant heavy city like L.A., GPS systems in cars are pretty much de rigeur. We all need to know how to get around, especially those who work in the entertainment industry…
In an age where on-demand, interactive, user generated, short form video websites are so plentiful that they're being shaken out, it's a little tough to believe that Current is still hanging on. In…
Director Jon Chu is stepping up to produce his next project for the Internet. The helmer has paired up with Agility Studios to create "The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers" as a scripted Web series…
YouTube and Universal Music Group are teaming on an online musicvideo venture that will make available UMG's entire catalog of nearly 10,000 musicvids when the service launches later this year.
The L.A. Times notes a remarkable achievement that everyone in Hollywood who thinks they know what's popular needs to acknowledge: Fred, the high pitched and super annoying (in a lovable sort of way)…