This year's Miss America contest will add a range of interactive elements, allowing the TV audience to vote through ABC.com on their favorites in the three areas of competition.
More than a dozen of Hollywood's top helmers have been sued by a tiny Denver video chain that rents sanitized versions of their films in a preemptive strike against an expected DGA lawsuit.
Consumer apathy for digital TV and broadcasters' failure to upgrade fast enough has forced the government to delay the introduction of high-definition TV broadcasting quotas for six months.
The vidgame industry's next big fight starts this week as Sony finally begins selling its long-touted network adapter, a device connecting the company's hot-selling PlayStation 2 vidgame console to…
Five years in the making, and based on a 1974 comic book by cult cartoonist Hugo Pratt, "Corto Maltese" is a good-looking but dramatically bland toon centered on an early 20th-century adventurer in…
For the first time in the studio's history, Disney will release a summer tentpole toon on video during the same calendar year.
Universal Studios Home Video is mounting its biggest campaign yet for the "Land Before Time" series of animated video premiere movies based on Steven Spielberg's original 1988 animated dinosaur…
Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has confirmed it will add "XXX" and "Stuart Little 2" to its fall video release schedule that also includes the newly announced "Men in Black II" on Nov. 26.
Latin American ratings agency and research firm Ibope Media will begin trials of Arbitron's Portable People Meter in Sao Paulo in October.
Discovery Networks has named longtime exec John Ford prexy of new media, overseeing the company's initiatives in high-def and interactive TV, its Web operations and video-on-demand services.
With a "soft launch" far from the dot-com hype that fueled its impetus, the Global Film School is finally reality: A formal rollout and expanded course offerings are coming this fall, almost three…