Irate broadcasters are threatening to abandon the program rating system now that TV makers have announced the first generation of V-chips also will block unrated shows such as news and sports.
The failure of Internet TV to catch on in Japan is causing major Japanese electronics firms to stop production of what was once considered one of the hot new products of the information age, a major…
If the hottest image of Siggraph 97 was history's largest steamship, the leitmotif at Siggraph 98 is creation's smallest critters.
Although Madison Avenue has been running focus groups in cyberspace for several years now, it has just been one-upped by Hollywood.
Disney made the first splash of the 25th Siggraph computer graphics convention Monday by showing off its new virtual reality emporium, DisneyQuest.
Thousands of entertainment industry visual effects and animation pros are pouring into Orlando, Fla., this week for the annual Siggraph computer graphics convention to trade business cards, technical…
Wall Street's Internet craze reached new heights Friday when the latest hot stock, Broadcast.com, opened trading at a price almost 300% higher than what the stock sold for in its initial public…
The entertainment industries are another step closer to their goal of U.S. ratification of two digital copyright treaties after the House Commerce Committee approved changes to U.S. law to bring it…
NBC, an investor in CNET's Internet portal Snap!, named four executives to Snap!'s management team and has scheduled the first brand awareness campaign for Snap! to run on the network.
Jacor Communications extended the expansion of radio consolidators into new media Thursday by joining in a $30 million investment in the infomercial firm responsible for turning self-improvement…
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Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.4M Cumulative:$31.5M Fox 8.58%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$214.0M Warner Brothers 6.54%