According to the leaders of two fledgling Web ventures, they are doing for the broadcast networks what the broadcast nets can't seem to do for themselves.
China's animation output rose 28% last year, according to the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), with 220,530 minutes of toons produced.
Hollywood's studios and guilds are weighing in on opposite sides of a case that could further define the rights of personalities to prevent the unauthorized use of their likenesses in movies, TV…
The proliferation of legal ad-supported websites like Hulu is contributing to increased piracy, says a study from consulting firm PricewaterhouseCooper that was released on Tuesday.
The relationship between game makers and the people who distribute them to the general public is a lot like the one between directors and studio chiefs: Often tenuous. While each acknowledges the…
Fancy Film Post Production, a boutique in Silver Lake, Calif., has purchased a Digital Vision Nucoda HD system to complement existing services and anchor workflow.
The New York Film Critics Circle has partnered with movie-review database MRQE.com to relaunch the NYFCC's website, now positioned as a destination for consumers and film buffs.
An adaptation of "Voltron" may not hit the bigscreen anytime soon, but plans are under way to relaunch the popular toon from the 1980s as a franchise through other platforms.
The worst kept secret in the cell phone world has finally been formally acknowledged. Sony Ericsson has taken the wraps off of the Xperia Play, better known as the PlayStation Phone. Verizon will be…
Despite Disney/Pixar's controversial decision to sit out this year's Annie Awards in a protest over voting policies, the crowd in attendance for the animation community's biggest night erupted in…
Production insiders like to joke (sort of) that the struggles that go into getting a film made can be far more dramatic and interesting than what eventually ends up on the screen.
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