Having recently adopted its longtime rival Blu-ray format for high-def DVDs, Warner Home Video has finally embraced the PSP platform.
Aardman Animations, the producers of "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" and "Chicken Run," have inked several deals to distribute content to mobile users across the globe.
Lions Gate's bid to acquire DVD producer and distributor Image Entertainment has fallen flat. Image confirmed Monday that a special committee of its board of directors rejected a revised bid of…
Kicking off the Cartoon Network's latest merchandising effort for its original children series "Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi," the net will recreate the toon as a float for the 79th annual Macy's Thanksgiving…
TNT's roster of National Basketball Assn. analysts, led by Charles Barkley, will get lots more screen time this season -- only the screen will be the one on your computer.
Classic children's character Rupert the Bear will soon rub shoulders with Postman Pat, Basil Brush and He-Man after U.K.'s Entertainment Rights bought a controlling stake from Express Newspapers in a…
Kim Williams, topper of feevee operator Foxtel, and John Porter, topper of regional paybox Austar, have committed to convert to digital and end analog broadcasts by March 2007.
NBC News will offer its flagship "Nightly News With Brian Williams" online, in its entirety, in a bid to broaden the audience for the newscast. It will be made available along with an archive of…
Apple has hit the 1 million sales mark for video content in its iTunes Music Store three weeks after launching. It's just a fraction of the company's online music sales, which now total more than 1…
British paybox BSkyB will today launch a 19-channel TV package for mobile phone users in the U.K.
Dwight Caines has been promoted to executive veep, worldwide digital marketing, for Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group. Caines is the lead creative executive and strategic planner for all aspects…