Old-school animation writers and producers will meet new-school production techniques in a development pact between Reveille and vidgame-centric website Machinima.com.
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Dominant Gallic broadcaster TF1 inked a $271 million deal Thursday to take control of two digital terrestrial TV channels run by Groupe AB.
A survey sponsored by broadcasters says nearly 2.2 million households that rely on antennas for their TV reception are unprepared for the shutdown of analog TV signals on Friday.
A Chinese government directive requiring all new personal computers to carry Internet filtering software has caused a widespread public outcry, with critics saying the plan is intrusive and…
Gallic pubcaster France Televisions will focus more on toons as it battles to win back young auds lured away by cabler TNT.
France's Herold & Family has greenlit "Cendrillon" (Cinderella), one of France's first digital 3-D animation pics.
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Hollywood is already struggling with ways to grab the attention of consumers distracted by too many screens. But it's about to get worse.
The World Copyright Summit on Tuesday was a unifying effort as the entertainment industry grapples with an uncertain future, but it also highlighted just how polarizing the whole notion of copyright…
Comedy hasn't exactly vanished from TV screens, but the sitcom is definitely in decline.
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