"Watchmen" co-writer David Hayter has teamed with producer Benedict Carver to form Dark Hero Studios, a company that will generate film, TV, Internet and vidgame projects in the action, sci-fi and…
AFTRA has organized the employees at CBS3.com in Philadelphia -- among the first website workers at a local owned-and-operated station to be covered by an AFTRA contract.
Zak Knutson and Joey Figueroa of Chop Shop Entertainment get brought in by big studio films and indie projects to produce electronic press kits and other promotional materials, which for them, since…
No one can accuse the networks of ignoring the Internet revolution. But now there are worries that perhaps they have done too much.
Al Gore's latest campaign is simple: Remake the Internet. That's a bit of hyperbole, but the former VP has signed on to an initiative led by a group of Hollywood figures and Web entrepreneurs to…
We all knew the iPhone was a big deal. But it has gone beyond that. At this point, every big media brand is finding a way to get on Apple's ultra hot device, along with its sibling iPod Touch, as…
While Blockbuster's stock is tanking and reports of bankruptcy are rearing their ugly head again, the recession is providing companies who offer through-the-mail, online and kiosk-based rentals a…
When Time Warner tapped Randy Falco, then president of NBC Universal television, to head up AOL, it was a sign that old media and new were increasingly merging. The way to save revive its struggling…
With the exhib biz enjoying a recession-fueled boom, the heads of several top theater circuits gathered in Gotham on Thursday to make their pitch to Wall Street.
Spending big bucks on a Super Bowl spot has paid off for Hulu.
Time Warner has finally reshuffled the management team at AOL, showing Randy Falco and Ron Grant the door and naming Google senior VP Tim Armstrong chairman-CEO.