A Nigerian animation team is winning international praise for a series of animated tales told from an African point of view.
Social networking site Lockerz is developing Web series "Kill Spin."
France's Culture and Internet Law, Europe's most energetic Internet piracy clampdown, is finally kicking into gear.
The California visual effects industry got a big lump of coal for Christmas with the news that the highly regarded studio CafeFX has permanently closed.
Screenwriters who use Web-based software and cloud storage face a new fear in their trade: security.
Once upon a time, screenwriting was a labor-intensive vocation. And that labor was hardly confined to the age-old challenges of storytelling.
Sears and Kmart have entered the digital delivery arena with Alphaline Entertainment, a Web service that provides films and TV episodes for download and rental.
Eight companies that have pulled out of next year's Tokyo Anime Fair (TAF) have set up a competing event, called Anime Contents Expo.
Two more studios have signed on for Sony Computer Ent.'s movie service for gamers, according to a report in the Nikkei newspaper.
Harmonix, the company behind the successful "Rock Band" and "Dance Central" franchises, is no longer a part of the Viacom empire. Viacom, which announced plans to shed itself of the division last…
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