Sony, the studio behind the Blu-ray format, has begun manufacturing the high-definition discs in China.
The 2008 campaign was the first presidential contest driven by YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, so it was no surprise that online media giants threw everything they had at the inauguration.
Democrats in Congress are trying to act on the Obama administration's call to delay the nation's transition to digital broadcasting on Feb. 17, but those efforts are running in to opposition from…
Endemol has bought Southern Star Group, Australia's largest independent television production and distribution org, from Fairfax Media.
The duo behind the docs "Wordplay" and "I.O.U.S.A." are tackling a lighter topic: SpongeBob SquarePants.
Congressional efforts to delay the long-planned Feb. 17 transition to digital broadcasting are gaining steam.
Bankrupt Circuit City Stores Inc., unable to work out a sale of the company, said Friday it will go out of business -- closing its 567 U.S. stores and cutting 30,000 jobs.
The videogame biz remained a beacon of double digital growth during the recession in 2008, but slowing holiday sales indicate that it's quickly coming down to Earth.
Entravision abruptly dropped alternative music for Spanish-language tunes Thursday, making its 103.1 station head for the Internet.
Peter Guber is leading a new class at UCLA on new media with some very big names from the digital media world.
Get ready for "Wii Phantom." Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group has started talking to vidgame publishers to explore the possibility of bringing Webber's music properties to videogames.