With the credit crisis, the specter of the Mumbai terror attacks and Thailand's rumbling politics hanging heavy in the air, this year's CineAsia exhibition and distribution convention was subdued.
Chinese Internet giant Baidu is the latest company to show that the financial tsunami is having truly global effects on media companies.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group has launched a branded channel on YouTube offering clips drawn from the composer's archives.
DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg and his top lieutenants touted 3-D as a tonic for Hollywood during a three-hour pitch to Wall Street analysts Thursday.
As astonishing as digital effects have become, directors and vfx artists are always fighting to avoid the "CG look."
Europe's leading digital cinema chain, Arts Alliance Media, announced Wednesday that it has secured e43 million ($55.8 million) in funding from financial services firm Econocom and private investors.
The mood promises to be grim Wednesday at Yahoo, where 1,500 staffers are expected to get the boot under previously announced layoffs.
"The Dark Knight" arrives on DVD shelves riding a wave of hype as the second-highest grossing film of all time, but the two-disc special edition DVD leaves much to be desired in terms of extras.
Resurgent videogame publisher Atari is betting big on online gaming by acquiring developer Cryptic Studios.
The worsening economy has claimed another big media victim, as Electronic Arts on Tuesday announced it will significantly miss its guidance for the current fiscal year.
Lightwave, Maya and Flash were supposed to liberate animators from the horrific expense of traditional computer animation, and while intrepid souls have ventured into the animated feature film world…