Synthonics Technologies, a Southern California-based software firm, has developed a method for converting standard motion picture footage into 3-D, stereoscopic film. The company plans to license the…
The convergence of television and digital technology will meet again early next year with the debut of products from newly formed Tivo Inc., which has announced plans to release in January a new type…
Viacom Consumer Products announced on Monday the beginning of a 10-year alliance with Activision that grants the provider of entertainment software the interactive rights to the Star Trek franchise.
Exiting E! Entertainment CEO Lee Masters will head a new company spun off from Liberty Media Corp. called Liberty Interactive.
Time Warner Inc. has coupled with Cisco Systems Inc. to establish an initiative introducing computer networking technology to New York City public high-school students.
Enrique Santos, former senior manager of technology for Disney feature animation, has joined visual effects shop Digital Domain, where he'll serve as director of technology.
After months of prerelease controversy scorn and industry speculation Divx, the pay-per-view cousin of DVD, has quietly made its way onto store shelves.
DreamWorks, which had been the last major studio to withhold support of the open digital videodisc format, has finally come on board with the new home entertainment system, announcing plans to…
Academy Award-winning digital-effects artists Mark Lasoff has joined Santa Monica-based Station X Studios as a special visual effects supervisor for both features and commercials.
When millions of computer users in the U.S. and elsewhere Web-surfed their way to a look at the just-released transcripts of President Bill Clinton's testimony before the Kenneth Starr-led grand…
French digital platform Canal Satellite has signed with interactive game producer Infogrames to produce a wad of new vid games for its Canal Sat Jeux thematic channel.