A federal judge has ruled against Cablevision Systems Corp.'s experiment with network digital video recorders, siding with Hollywood studios who said the devices would have violated copyright law.
Tapping into the current epic battle craze, The History Channel is launching a "Great Battles of Rome" vidgame, its first international console game, which will hit European outlets in May.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet are teaming for the first time since “Titanic” to star in DreamWorks’ “Revolutionary Road.”
Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up the film rights to journo M. William Phelps’ upcoming bio on American Revolutionary hero and spy Nathan Hale, whose final words before being hung by the Brits — “I…
Do kids still dig those “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”? Will Adam Sandler fans buy the funnyman as a widower coping in the aftermath of 9/11? Can Mark Wahlberg capitalize on his “The Departed”…
Responding to both sides in the increasingly rancorous debate over Net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission has opened an inquiry into "broadband industry practices" to determine whether…
"The Girl Who Leapt Through Time," Mamoru Hosoda's feature-length toon about a time-traveling teenage girl, scooped the Animation of the Year prize at the Tokyo Anime Awards ceremony at the Tokyo…
A day after Osaka unveiled plans for its own content mart, Japan's Visual Industry Promotion Organization announced that the first Japan Contents Festival, nicknamed ConFes, will be held in Tokyo…
Microsoft is stopping public access to its Soapbox viral video site just a month after launching it as the software giant adds tools to filter copyrighted content that users upload.
It's a go for NBC Universal and News Corp.'s long-rumored "YouTube killer," but the rest of the media world is eyeing their new joint venture cautiously.
While Viacom is busy suing Google over videos that were just taken down from YouTube, MoveOn.org is suing the conglom over a video that just went back up.