Fox Animation has tapped Matthew Weiss to write "Emily the Strange," based on the sullen teenage character created by Rob Reger. Pic will be mainly live-action with some animation elements.
Hard Sell: Do you find it hard to keep up with the latest Wi-Fi lingo? Do your eyes glaze over at the first mention of EVDO cards and data transfer speeds?
With an eye toward its planned expansion into feature films, San Francisco-based animation studio Wild Brain has tapped former Jim Henson Co. topper Charles Rivkin as its CEO.
Don't just do something, sit there. That was the message music industry reps delivered to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, as lawmakers looked for ways to be useful in the wake of the…
As DreamWorks Animation beefs up its development slate and expands into direct-to-video and Broadway musicals, the studio is reshaping and expanding its executive ranks.
To blog or not to blog is one of the many questions hanging in the air these days; whether there's money to be made off of the phenom is another. For traditional media like print newspapers and…
Continuing to expand its efforts in the mobile space, MTV Networks has signed a major partnership with a second U.S. cellular provider, Sprint. Viacom-owned cable group will provide clips…
Martha Stewart's back-from-jail resurrection will include a new series of holiday-themed how-to DVDs from Warner Home Video on Nov. 1.
Former Granada America prexy Stephen J. Davis is moving from the small screen to the smaller screen, taking the post of president of mobile media for cell phone content company Infospace.
New Line will release "Wedding Crashers" Jan. 3 on DVD. An optional "uncorked" unrated edition, with nine additional minutes of footage and other bonus features, will be offered on DVD and PSP.
The Net continues to be where it's at in the marketing world, as new data shows online advertising grew 26% in the first half of this year to $5.8 billion. That's well above the 4.5% jump in overall…