Call it a Shrek wreck. A confluence of ogrely DVD news pummeled DreamWorks Animation Monday and had Wall Street wailing over big picture woes -- like what the studio's second DVD shortfall in two…
Mexican satellite company Satmex last week filed to dismiss involuntary bankruptcy proceedings initiated before a New York court by a group of U.S. creditors who are owed more than $379 million.
Penelope Spheeris, David Carradine and Dave Foley have come aboard as hosts of the Had to Be Made Film Festival, created by Mike Kyle and Richard Green.
Tuning In: At the risk of being forced to hand in my pundit card, here is the most sweeping observation I can deliver about the future of TV and media: Anyone who purports to know what will happen…
Statler and Waldorf, the crotchety balcony dwellers who hurled barbs at Kermit and pals on "The Muppet Show," are back. On June 23, the duo began sharing their acid wit in bi-weekly webisodes on…
SAG has reached a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on a new three-year contract covering TV animation production.
Jerry Lewis will deliver the keynote address at the Video Software Dealers Assn.'s annual convention in Las Vegas on the morning of July 26 at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino.
Chris Landreth, whose "Ryan" nabbed the Oscar for animated short earlier this year, will be at the 13th Anima Mundi, Latin America's largest animation fest, which kicks off today in Rio.
Up to 400 hours of children's programming from the Nelvana library will form the spine of Vortex On Demand, a programming service Comcast will launch later this month.
Geeks like it faster: High-speed Internet connections increased by 34% among consumers and businesses in 2004, according to newly released data from the Federal Communications Commission.
Warner Home Video will release two new special editions of "The Wizard of Oz" on Oct. 25 that include the first new restoration and new bonus features in 12 years.