The deal, which also folds the Swedish company behind the popular video game into Microsoft Studios, is expected to close before the end of the...
The offer ends Tuesday. Marvel also unveils online series "Earth's Mightiest Show" at SXSW
Lionsgate Co-COO Steve Beeks predicts big things for UltraViolet
Could Newsweek have pivoted in time for the digital age? If not, then other newsweeklies like Time are probably destined to follow
Editor Tina Brown says of the end of Newsweek's print edition: "There was always a feeling and a knowledge we would be a digital company"
Fred Santarpia will develop strategies for online video distribution at Conde Nast
Net income jumps to $42.1 million from $5.4 million thanks to sales of regional newspapers
Jim Underwood replaces out-going John Calkins as exec VP of worldwide digital and commercial strategy
COMMENTARY: Apple's latest version of the iPad may lack the "wow" factor some had hoped for, but it will speed the onset of the "post-PC...
Martin Nisenholtz will leave after 16 years with the company
In conference call with analysts, CEO Les Moonves was bullish about the streaming business
The old way of doing business is over, and as more content moves into the stream and the cloud, the industry is getting leaner
Analysis: Yahoo's board has its work cut out for themselves after firing the company's CEO
The back-end work is done, and for a fee retailers and studios can begin linking up to the digital rights locker
YouTube will imminently launch a movie-on-demand service charging users to stream movies off the world’s largest video sharing site
Executive had been president of network’s business strategy, key in merger with Comcast
Comcast-owned site plans to drop writer rates "significantly" beginning in May
Also, Yahoo's head of M&A heads for the exits
U.K. media company hires editor to launch new digital operation in New York
New 8-theater pact means company will have 46 operating in region by 2014
After 14 months in development, long-awaited "metered" model launches
Looking to grow into a media sector that isn't dying, Toronto-based DVD replication giant hires former Warner digital executive
When is "Saturday Night Live" gonna get with the digital age?
Crunching the numbers behind the paper's digital subscription plan
THR investor acquires media aggregation site from NYU professor Patrick Phillips
Huffington enters a partnership with New Jersey mayor Cory Booker that doesn't seem journalistically sound
Ex-Disney chief elected to director's seat alongside Edgar Bronfman, Jr., others
Publisher is bullish on the technology, wary of Apple's "stranglehold"
"State of the Media" report says more people get news online than they do in print
In his first column for revamped New York Times magazine, Bill Keller sounds off on "orgy of self-reference"