On the eve of its first year as a publicly quoted standalone company, DreamWorks Animation is getting more animated, but at a more measured pace.
IAC chairman-CEO Barry Diller put the accent on the recently acquired AskJeeves search portal as "the glue" that could hold all the company's other services together.
Comcast chairman-CEO Brian Roberts wants to experiment with scheduling theatrical movies on pay-per-view simultaneously with their debut in the multiplexes.
Rupert Murdoch won't say just how much he plans to spend on the Internet -- a boiling passion of late -- but he clearly doesn't want to be hemmed in by the $2 billion figure he'd publicly discussed.
Rupert's not the only mogul who can play on the 'Net. Sumner Redstone's Viacom is in negotiations to purchase online video company IFilm in a deal that could be worth $50 million.
Audiences may have another chance to see Martin Scorsese's 3½-hour docu "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" on the bigscreen. Focusing on the singer-songwriter's life and music from 1961-66, doc was…
For the first time since it became an independent company, DreamWorks Animation has a full development slate that will help satisfy the company's two-picture-per-year release schedule through at…
Ventura Entertainment will release two more collections of "Ed Sullivan Show" programs.
Alpha Home Entertainment will release "The Merv Griffin Show: 40 of the Most Interesting People of Our Time" on Nov. 1.
Shout Factory! will release the next installment in series "The Dick Cavett Show," on Nov. 1, this one a two-discer, "The John & Yoko Collection."
The never-ending war of words between rival high-def DVD camps escalated further Monday as former Warner Home Video president Warren Lieberfarb criticized his onetime colleagues at Warner and other…