Twentieth Century Fox is making more ice.
Federal regulators plan to change how they govern broadband services to ensure they can pursue their plan to bring high-speed connections to all Americans - and can require phone and cable companies…
Producer, philanthropist and computer technology pioneer Max Palevsky, who contributed to the refurbishment of the American Cinematheque's Aero Theater, died early Wednesday in his sleep following a…
The broadcasting and advertising communities have, for years, warned that time shifting television programming is hurting the bottom line. Since consumers are able to skip past the commercials, they…
Unveiling Sky Deutschland's ambitious new plans at the annual ANGA Cable Show in Cologne, new topper Brian Sullivan said the feevee operator was moving into production of scripted content.
Robert Evans has linked up with Henri Kessler, Liam Weir, Layne Bednar and Steaphan Weir.
The success of 3D has fueled the largest hike in average ticket prices since 2001.
"Avatar" drives Twentieth Century Fox to its most profitable quarter ever.
"Avatar" launched News Corp.'s profits skyward last quarter as the conglom posted a 55% jump in operating profit to $810 million.
Though Roger Ebert lost his ability to speak after surgery for cancer, he has found a new and powerful voice online. The film critic was chosen as person of the year by the Webby Awards.
Movie, about the chaotic Chicago trading floor, will be released in ad-supported episodes.