Time Warner announced plans on Thursday to formally sever ties with AOL.
Warner Bros. is about to make "Pucca" -- the South Korean animated series that leapt from the Internet to television channels around the world -- a little more consumer friendly.
Russia's biggest Internet investment company, Digital Sky Technologies, has put its faith in social networking site Facebook with a $200 million investment.
Joanna Shields, the high-profile new media topper who spearheaded the success of teen-friendly social networking site, Bebo, is quitting as prexy of AOL's People Networks.
Microsoft is taking the battle with Apple to the next level. The company on Tuesday officially announced the Zune HD, a completely redesigned media player that looks set to go head to head with…
The art of fan-made fantasy trailers on the Internet has come a long way. The latest — this appeal to cast Nathan Fillion in the upcoming Green Lantern film — could fool a lot of people. For the…
With the exception of "Cars" -- a commercial success but creative misfire -- Pixar has exhibited an untarnished track record. Perhaps that's why the company has been emboldened to undertake an…
You didn't think Nokia was going to sit on the sidelines of the downloadable application market forever, did you? The leading cell phone company has quietly expanded its Ovi Store to the world…
Web phenom partners with Reveille and Brillstein Entertainment to develop an unscripted TV skein.
Warner Bros. Digital Entertainment wants a bite of Apple's App business. The studio is positioning itself as a major distributor of applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Imax's slogan used to be "Think big," but now some of its customers complain they're being told to read the fine print. The largescreen cinema exhib, which is usually busy reporting increasingly…