The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is bowing the Virtual Image Center to webcast work by new helmers and animators.
The Brits, who like to second-guess Hollywood, have decided that Fred Flintstone shouldn't smoke. They have yet to rule whether Homer Simpson will still get to drink beer. Under pressure from…
Animation-focused management/production company the Gotham Group has signed deals with Lionsgate and IDT Entertainment to co-finance 19 direct-to-DVD toons over the next three years for about $50…
Fox Entertainment began offering primetime shows including "Prison Break" and "Bones" on the Web sites of nine local stations Friday, marking the first time local stations have streamed network…
Kadokawa Herald has made DVD distrib Kadokawa Entertainment a wholly owned subsidiary.
Most attendees on the trade show floor at the recent Siggraph computer graphics confab seemed too busy scoping out the latest hardware and software to pay much attention to who had booths there. But…
After a pathetic $4.5 million opening, "Zoom" will come and go from theaters without making much of an impression. But Sony and Revolution's superhero comedy will live on in another way.
Cellphone frenzied Italy has emerged as the fastest-growing market for DVB-H, a technology that turns cell phones into mini TV screens that's set to become the next billion-dollar industry for…
In theater, you have to be there, and you can't take it with you. But now legit events are expanding into other media -- meaning that sometimes you can take it with you.
The "Music of the Night" will soon be the music that interrupts your dinner conversation.