For about a year, stereo 3D (S3D) for the home has been the "next big thing," though official standards have been slow to arrive and devices have been mostly at the demo stage.
Leo Wolinsky, an editor and reporter at the Los Angeles Times for 31 years, has been named editor of Daily Variety, encompassing both the L.A. and Gotham editions.
One of the biggest obstacles to the growth of mobile video in the U.S. is general confusion among consumers about what is available, execs said during a panel at Variety's Future of Film confab in…
Get ready for 3D in the home, because it's going to hit big in the next 18 months.
Steven Spielberg will receive the Motion Picture Sound Editors 2010 Filmmaker Award.
The Writers Guild of America East has unionized writers for iLarious, touting the deal as the first time that content writers for an iPhone application have been repped by a labor union.
Nielsen reported that 99% of video viewing in the U.S. during the third quarter was still done via traditional TV.
Boxee, the downloadable application that makes it easy to view online content via your TV, has found a hardware partner. D-Link, best known for its networking products, has signed to create the Boxee…
Reliance MediaWorks has partnered with stereoscopic 3D conversion company In-Three to form what the company is calling the world's largest 2D to S3D conversion facility in India.
EMI Music has joined forces with Vevo, the online music and entertainment service powered by YouTube and co-founded by the Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment.
Here's the good news: Forecasters expect showbiz companies to step up hiring in the first quarter. The bad news: We're not done with layoffs and upheaval yet.