Gotham-based Itsy Bitsy Entertainment Co., best known for children's television programming "Teletubbies," will bow four live Web-based shows targeting children and families next month.
ReplayTV Inc. will introduce an extension of its digital video recording service this fall, allowing subscribers to use the Internet to set their machine at home to record programs.
When 22-year-old Tom Fulp recently made the rounds to show off Netcaster Newgrounds.com, Hollywood's biggest Web entertainment players were eagerly looking to buy into the money-making venture. Fulp…
Paramount-based Nickelodeon Movies, with producing partner Storypolis, has greenlit a computer-animated short based on a children's book by "Bloom County" cartoonist Berkeley Breathed.
In its first major pickup from the Internet, Joe Roth's Revolution Studios will pimp an animated Web series from MediaTrip.com in theaters next year.
A cadre of entertainment and finance industry heavyweights are putting their money and expertise behind a new online auction site targeting Asian markets. EMaiMai.com, which launches in Hong Kong and…
Though the animated half-hour TV series based on Kevin Smith's "Clerks" theatrical flopped in primetime on ABC two months ago, it will get a new life on DVD starting in January. "DVD will present…
Redbus Film Distribution has appointed Warner Home Video as its vid and DVD distrib in the U.K. First pic to be released under the deal, which runs to 2003, will be the Oscar-winning docu “One Day in…
Danish director Jonas Elmer, whose 1997 feature debut "Let's Get Lost" earned Denmark's top film prizes -- the Bodil and the Robert -- is using the Internet to gather audience suggestions for the…
Technicolor, the world's largest videocassette, CD and DVD producer and distributor, has expanded into the Pacific Rim, investing $19.5 million in Sydney, Australia-based facility Southern Star…