Fuji Television, Japan's biggest broadcaster, and Internet start-up Livedoor have ended their two-month battle for control of Nippon Broadcasting System with a $1.3 billion settlement.
A study to be released today shows that the proliferation of high-speed Internet service is not taking audiences away from television or other media, including newspapers and magazines.
NBC Universal has signed a long-term deal with Verizon to distribute all of NBC U's cable networks on a TV platform that the phone company is developing to compete with cable systems in Verizon's…
The transition to digital television is coming sooner than the industry would like, while indecency fines are certain to go higher, members of Congress told the National Assn. of Broadcasters on…
John Cohen has been promoted to VP production at 20th Century Fox Animation, it was announced by Chris Meledandri, prexy of the division.
Bravo has pacted with the Tribeca Film Festival to offer Internet surfers trailers and exclusive clips of movies being screened at the event. Beginning today, cabler will dedicate space on its Web…
Sony, Fox and DreamWorks are among the big media players forming partnerships with tech companies as the National Assn. of Broadcasters show opens today in Las Vegas.
MEXICO CITY-- Mexico's largest cable operator, Cablevision Mexico, has inked a deal with SeaChange Systems for VOD services.
Protracted contract negotiations between representatives for videogame publishers and SAG/AFTRA have yielded an underwhelming surprise: the guild's third contract extension in four months.
Sony is working on a brainy project aimed to give sight to the blind and hearing to the deaf -- but who cares about them when you can use the same technology to improve movies and videogames?
Voiceover: The French are at it again, complaining about the Anglo-fication of the world and, by extension, the relegation of French culture to the fringes.