Gotham-based film newsmag IndieWire has won the Intl. Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences' 2003 Webby Award for best Web site in the film category.
Gotham-based indie film/branded entertainment firm Hypnotic officially premiered 10 shorts produced for its Chrysler Million-Dollar Film Festival on the Internet Friday.
Artisan Pictures has picked up North American distribution rights to horror pics "House of the Dead" and "Alone in the Dark."
The Women's National Basketball Assn. has signed a multiyear deal with RealNetworks under which the latter will Webcast basketball games. The league's first-ever Webcast just happened May 31.
Several game and technology companies have joined to offer $1 million in cash and prizes to designers and directors who can use the level-creation tools of "Unreal Tournament" to create novel kinds…
America Online will stream four classic or camp films a month for free on its broadband service in a deal with MovieFlix.com.
The first major update in 18 months to Apple's Final Cut Pro video-editing software debuted over the weekend. Apple launched Final Cut's Version 4.0 at a series of events, demos and speakers in its…
Nickelodeon will unveil two properties at this year's Licensing Show, neither based on current programming. It will be the first time Nick's offerings have deviated from its TV titles.
"Full Spectrum Warrior," the first fruit of a long-ballyhooed collaboration between the military and Hollywood, looks to be earning its stripes with both the military and gamers.
Former Fox Family Channel and Saban exec Eric Rollman is leading a team of entertainment vets starting up a planned Global Gaming League, a venture that would run pro and amateur vidgame tournaments…