French vidgame maker Ubi Soft Entertainment has inked an exclusive deal to create several gaming titles based on CBS' popular drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."
Billy Crystal and John Goodman have already returned to the studio to record the voices of Mike and Sulley for a follow-up to "Monsters, Inc."
Delivering Hollywood majors a boffo victory, an influential Senate panel on Thursday blasted the tech industry for refusing to play ball and figure out a way to stop pirated pics from being zipped…
Director David Lynch officially launches his subscription-only online site, davidlynch.com, today.
The country's top computer execs on Wednesday appealed to studio toppers to rely on private negotiations -- vs. government intervention -- in solving the difficult question of how to protect content…
TDK Mediactive will release a vidgame title in April based on "Dinotopia," just ahead of the ABC/Hallmark Entertainment miniseries, debuting May 12, created from the popular children's book series…
Former IFilm exec Dan Baker has joined Absinthe Pictures as prexy and partner of the Los Angeles-based broadcast design and marketing company.
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The Super Bowl earlier this month was not only a hit in TV ratings, it has also generated the highest number of retail orders for the video of any sports event, according to USA Home Entertainment.
Cablers hoping to cash in on the Internet beware: The Baby Bells just got sprung. Ending years of heated negotiations, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 272-158 in favor of legislation lifting…
Motion Picture Assn. of America topper Jack Valenti will be a surprise witness Thursday at a Capitol Hill hearing on copyright protection in the Internet age after brokering a hard-won peace treaty…
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