British Interactive Broadcasting's consumer brand will be called Open, a name intended to convey the idea that the interactive TV service is "open for business."
The producers of the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow underwater thriller "Deep Blue Sea" have opted to divide the visual f/x work among 14 tiny companies in an effort to reduce costs.
The 25th annual People's Choice Awards is making the leap to the Internet, allowing netizens for the first time to choose the final winners in the film, TV and music categories.
VideoSeeker, an Internet video service owned by NBC, has expanded its programming and reach by forming partnerships for news, film trailers and shopping.
Broadcasting live to a trio of studios, USC's Entertainment Technology Center demo'd a new method enabling filmmakers to collaborate from several different locations. In a mock location shoot, a…
Fresh off of the success of "Antz," digital effects house Pacific Data Images and partner DreamWorks have tapped former ILM exec Kevin Townsend to help the company create a digital studio to produce…
Visual effects pioneer Douglas Trumbull ("2001: A Space Odyssey," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "Blade Runner") has developed a new ridefilm system that furthers the potential for immersive…
Ticketmaster Corp. filed a lawsuit Wednesday against online music retailer N2K Inc., accusing the Internet-based outfit of reneging on a $12 million marketing deal the two companies signed in April.
Japan's costly romance with analog high-definition television will come to an end by March 2003 as the country joins the U.S. and Europe in promoting digital HDTV, a Japanese financial daily reported.
The last thing ABC needed Tuesday was another headache. With picketing technicians forcing the net to cover the election without some of its most experienced hands, folks at ABC could be forgiven for…
Playboy magazine and bookseller Barnes & Noble both have announced plans to expand into the booming online music retail business.