Warner Bros. and Turner Broadcasting have inked a joint deal with YouTube to put movie and TV clips up on the world's most-trafficked video site.
Facebook has lost a friend in iLike, with MySpace buying the music discovery service.
The credibility FrightFest has built up within the horror fraternity (both talent and fans) has given it the confidence to extend its brand into the homevid arena.
The British Board of Film Classification has banned the DVD release of Japanese helmer-scribe Koji Shiraishi's "Gurotesuku" (Grotesque) for what it called violence so extreme that it was…
CBS and Pepsi are teaming to put a video ad inside issues of Entertainment Weekly magazine.
CreateSpace, a subsidiary of Amazon.com, announced Monday that they will be teaming up with New Line, Sony Pictures and Lionsgate to bring TV and movie soundtracks to their Disc on-Demand service…
Magazines aren't typically where you expect to find video ads, but CBS has found a way to make it happen. The network will embed a video chip into the pages of Entertainment Weekly's Sept. 18…
Microsoft has been offering the free release candidate of Windows 7 for some time now, but if you've been putting off on grabbing a copy, it's time to move. The free offer expires tomorrow (8/20)…
Backed by court approval to proceed with an antitrust suit against Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Redbox threw another punch at the major studios, suing Warner Home Video on similar grounds.
Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their "special sauce" -- proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their…
Kyoto police have arrested a 37-year-old man for illegally recording and uploading the hit Takashi Miike pic "Crows Zero II" to a file-sharing site.