Continuing to bolster its online portfolio, Comedy Central has relaunched its Jokes.com site.
Two media giants are expanding their videogame presence in Asia.
The proposed U.K. online video-on-demand venture, Project Kangaroo, backed by BBC Worldwide, ITV and Channel 4, has received another setback.
China-based games developer NetDragon has inked a deal with Disney to launch a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) based on characters from the Mouse House.
Disney's first major extension of Club Penguin since buying the hugely successful kids virtual world for up to $700 million last year turns out to be a satisfying, kid-friendly point-and-click…
Atari has bought North American publishing rights to the videogame version of "The Tale of Despereaux," Universal's upcoming toon about a heroic mouse.
Warner Bros. will distribute "The Dark Knight" on video-on-demand in South Korea, two weeks before its DVD release, making it the first Hollywood studio to release a blockbuster on VOD before DVD.
Fox Sports will telecast college football's national championship game in 3-D directly to the Consumer Electronics Show and select theaters on Jan. 8.
20th Century Fox has inked a deal with the U.K.'s BT Vision giving the IPTV operation rights to a range of new and classic Fox films.
Blockbuster will be the exclusive physical retail ticket outlet for Live Nation Ticketing.
Sony is to reenter the Korean home entertainment market through a local licensing deal.