Rupert Murdoch's purchases of the Wall Street Journal and MySpace are expected to help his Asian satcaster Star TV expand its footprint in the continent.
Jennifer Lopez starrer "Bordertown," produced through her Nuyorican shingle, looks set to go straight to DVD.
The fall isn't starting off well for a trio of videogame publishers, as Electronic Arts, THQ and Midway all reported somewhat disappointing earnings Thursday.
Rockstar's latest and arguably most controversial game turns out to be its weakest. The Take Two-owned publishing label has a history of games that draw media debate and politicians' ire, most…
Rain Network, Latin America's biggest digital cinema operator, will launch a pilot theatrical-on-demand (TOD) system in Brazil in the first quarter.
Lotus, a Tokyo-based sales, production and rights management outfit, has launched what it claims is the first business-to-business international portal specializing in Japanese toon, comic and game…
Bungled TV licenses are as predictable as a new "Madden NFL" every year, so when Activision announced it was adapting ABC's hit reality show "Dancing With the Stars," bloggers mocked, fans tittered…
NBC Universal is pulling the plug on its little-viewed DotComedy website, barely a year after the service launched.
Blockbuster's losses widened in the third quarter, and along with the poor results released Thursday, the company disclosed a cost-cutting initiative that has included 400 layoffs and will save it…
Simon Wincer has signed on to direct "The Holy Road" -- a sequel to "Dances With Wolves" -- for Moonstone, Amicus Entertainment and Double Eagle Films. The story picks up 11 years after "Wolves" as…