All those videos of cats playing the piano and Mentos-powered Diet Coke geysers will soon be available on your television. YouTube has brokered a deal with Apple that will see the online video…
Seven Media Group, owner of the Seven Network, announced Wednesday it will bring time-shifting technology TiVo Down Under next year.
Mobile TV subscribers will mushroom around the globe over the next five years, according to the latest study from London-based market analyst Datamonitor.
Aardman Animations, the U.K. studio behind "Wallace & Gromit" and CBS' upcoming "Creature Comforts," has become the latest high-profile content owner to launch its own branded channel on new Internet…
News Corp. and CBS opened up the vaults on Wednesday, spending a combined $600 million on digital startups in separate deals that illustrate how both congloms are attempting to define their new-media…
Stuber/Parent's Scott Stuber and Mary Parent will produce Universal Pictures drama “Traveling.” Aaron Eckhart is set to star in the pic, which will mark the directing debut of Brandon Camp. Camp…
Fox Atomic will join forces with vidgame creator Warren Spector to bring his “Ninja Gold” to the bigscreen, aiming at the company's core aud of young adults. John Woo will helm and produce, along…
"How I Met Your Mother" loves the Internet. Last fall, the flagging CBS/20th Century Fox sitcom created an anonymous MySpace page honoring fictional pop star Robin Sparkles. When Sparkles was…
The World Series of Video Games has expanded its deal with CBS Sports, landing four hourlong specials on the Eye web that will offer coverage of tournaments and follow the players that compete in…
"Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" is a classic example of a movie tie-in that doesn't need to be good, but just has to be available at the right time on the widest spread of platforms.