So where did the vaunted 18-34 male demo go when it dropped off the face of the Nielsens? According to Sony, they're sitting in front of their TVs all right -- but only to play videogames online.
Nordisk Film has sold its computer gaming division IO Active, which developed "Hitman" and "Freedom Fighters" games, to the U.K.'s Eidos, creator of the Lara Croft gaming heroine.
Nielsen Media Research said Wednesday that it will begin including the amount of time-shifting viewing in its ratings by 2005 -- a year earlier than expected.
After launching behind Apple iTunes in the U.S. and finding itself in a distant second place domestically, digital music store Napster is looking to beat its biggest competitor to Europe.
The Internet may be an ideal means to rope in a core audience for shoestring-budget films, execs said at the Innovative Models of Independent Film Distribution panel at the AFM Monday.
The Los Angeles Latino Intl. Film Festival has launched a Web site that will provide a list of Iberoamerican cinema available to the U.S. market as part of its year-round objective to spur further…
The nation's first video game tour is switching to one-player mode. GameRiot, which started last year as part of the Lollapalooza music tour, is beginning its own 30-city spring tour this month…
Having kept "Shrek" alive with consumers in a theme park attraction while completing work on this summer's "Shrek 2," DreamWorks will use the 15-minute 3-D program to promote the sequel to an even…
The BBC plans to put its popular TV events onto the Internet for the first time, kicking off with the Glastonbury rock festival in June, headlined by Paul McCartney, followed by the Athens Olympics…
Wasserman Media Group has acquired 411 Prods., which produces skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing and BMX videos. Founded in 1993, 411 is the leading vid producer in what is known as the action…
KABC engineers were investigating Monday why several HDTV users were unable to pick up the station's signal during the Academy Awards telecast.