Steven Spielberg famously asked whether a videogame would ever make players cry, but he didn't specify whether laughing until you cry counts. If it does, "The Simpsons Game" may just qualify.
BBC Worldwide will bow two video-on-demand services in the U.S. next year in what the outfit hopes will be the precursor to full channel launches.
NBC Universal topper Jeff Zucker warned Monday that new digital business models are turning media revenues "from dollars into pennies" and revealed that NBC U booked just $15 million in revenue…
NBC Universal and News Corp. has pulled the wraps off their joint venture, Hulu.com, an expensive and aggressive bid to transfer the free ad-supported TV model to the Internet.
MTV Networks is launching a major multiplatform initiative tied to music lyrics -- just as publishers step up their efforts to thwart websites that illegally offer up the words to songs.
Former TV Academy prexy Rich Frank is turning his attention from the tube to an even smaller screen.
Nintendo will sell its megabit Wii console in China and South Korea next year, Nintendo prexy Satoru Iwata told the press in Tokyo on Friday.
When MTV bought Harmonix, developer of the ultrasuccessful "Guitar Hero" vidgames, Activision's inhouse team Neversoft was left with the unenviable position of taking over a beloved series.
Amiable but no more, "Bee Movie" puts a hiveful of potent talent at the service of a zig-zigging, back-of-an-envelope story that's short on surprise and originality.
Starz Media's Manga Entertainment has created Manga.com to offer clips of movie titles from a library of animated action pics produced in Asia.