In its annual year-end wrap-up, the National Cable & Telecommunications Assn. stressed cable TV's gains in digital subscribers and the volume of high-speed Internet modems.
The BBC is closing more Web sites to stem criticism from broadcast rivals who claim the pubcaster is moving too far from its public service mandate by creating sites that are too commercial.
Sony BMG and EMI Music Publishing will ring in the new year as digital dance partners, inking a deal to introduce a new wave of services and products that will include a disc that's a CD on one side…
Japanese audiences were waiting to see whether Hayao Miyazaki's new pic "Howl's Moving Castle" could top his Oscar-winner "Spirited Away." A month after its release, it looks like the animated…
Back in the 1980s, such ambitious Catalonian producers as Antonio D'Ocon and BRB's Claudio Biern Boyd created studios to export animation.
Rod Serling's role as one of the best and most prolific TV writers ever has been somewhat overshadowed by his legendary association with "The Twilight Zone." His six Emmys included awards for the…
When "The Office" scored two Golden Globes for comedy actor and series -- the first U.K. effort in 25 years to be nominated, the first ever to win -- it was a deserved, if somewhat unexpected triumph…
While the frosh dramedy “Desperate Housewives” is rightfully sucking up a big chunk of the media oxygen these days, the ladies of Wisteria Lane can’t take the credit for reviving (or even…
Paramount has acquired film rights to Tom Clancy's videogame "Splinter Cell" and hired Peter Berg ("Friday Night Lights") to direct. Michael Ovitz, Clancy's longtime manager, will produce; Berg…
Warner will release a parade of classic films on DVD in time for Easter, including "Easter Parade."
The Blue Collar guys are clear favorites in the red states. "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again" sold more than 1 million DVDs in the first week after its Dec. 7 release, according to Paramount…
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