Apple may have another hit on its hands. The company says it sold 300,000 iPads on the device's first day in stores. That's right in the mid-range of what analysts were expecting for opening weekend…
Elisabeth Murdoch and Joanna Shields are two media mavens that like to get things happening -- fast.
Hollywood isn't betting against Apple anymore.
People aren't waiting for the iPad to start buying apps for the device. iTunes already has lists up of the top selling paid and free apps – and entertainment categories seem to be trouncing gaming at…
Consumers lined up around the block to be among the first to get the iPad April 3. As for content companies, though … well, that's been a much shorter line.
The Canadian government's C$350 million ($340 million) Canadian Media Fund to finance TV and new media productions opened for business on April 1.
The independent film world was rocked in the 1990s when low-priced video cameras made filmmaking accessible to just about anyone.
Disney has cut a deal with Apple to make full-length episodes of ABC shows available for streaming on the iPad.
Peter Cowley, one of Endemol U.K.'s most highly regarded toppers, is leaving the global production giant.
James Cameron and Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page will host the X Prize Foundation's annual gala.
The "Coraline" director, who began his animation career at Disney in the late '70s, has struck an exclusive long-term deal to make stop-motion features for Disney/Pixar.