Hoping to match the success of "The Lord of the Rings" on the PlayStation as well as on the bigscreen, New Line has signed a videogame licensing deal with Sega for "His Dark Materials."
Just a year after they joined together, AOL, XM and Anschutz Media's AEG have ended their collaboration on Network Live, the concert producer that makes live events available for digital outlets.
Forget Lonelygirl15: YouTube has spawned two new stars. Joe Bereta and Luke Barats, whose YouTube "channel" is one of the viral video site's most popular, are making the jump into television, inking…
Call it paws for the cause. The Motion Picture Assn. of America unveiled its latest weapons in the fight against piracy on Tuesday. Their names are Lucky and Flo, the world's first DVD-sniffing dogs…
Solon to videogame raters: Don't rate a game unless you've looked at the whole thing. Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) wants the Entertainment Software Ratings Board, which currently rates games based…
There is a growing appetite for downloading pics, according to a poll of its clients conducted by European online DVD rental firm Lovefilm, but there remain many bridges to cross before it is…
Silicon Valley-based Jaman, a new online film distributor targeting international pics at primarily U.S. auds, has inked its first deals.
Lionsgate has picked up worldwide distribution rights to Mexican urban crime drama “Fuera del cielo” (Beyond the Sky) in its bid to woo Spanish-speaking auds in the U.S. and elsewhere abroad. “Fuera,”…
Peer-to-peer is biting back. Lime Wire, one of the last remaining P2P networks that hasn't settled with the music and movie industries, responded to the labels' suit against it on Monday with a…
LucasArts' "Lego Star Wars II" blasted off big at videogame stores, selling more than 1.1 million units in just one week. That makes the game a hit out of the gate, as breaking the million unit mark…