Free internet app allows users to curate their own newscasts; four new partners will be among first news sources users see
Survey conducted on behalf of WB and SPE purportedly reveals one third of existing pirates would steal more, while one fourth of non-pirates would start...
Sony’s Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy about North Korea opens strongly in 300 theaters after major chains opt out to protest same-day digital release
CNN media reporter Brian Stelter reports on “The Interview” release on Christmas from mom’s house;
HLN Chief Albie Hecht’s Rebrand Is Going to Blow Up Cable News Biz: It’s Sort of the Informative Side of ‘Daily Show’
“The CNN guests that you’d normally see, the experts, they’re not going to be on HLN,” Hecht tells TheWrap about the reboot of the social...
“The Interview” star gives fans what they want during a Google + hangout, and what they want is pretty weird
New WhereToWatch.com site will search for legal copies of films and TV shows
“If a song exists in this world, you can probably find it on YouTube,” the company brags on its blog
A Survata.com survey shows that as respondents got older, the Twitter choice got less
Google SVP Alan Eustace SVP broke the world altitude record by jumping from 135,890 feet
“If it doesn’t work, we scrap it and try something else next time. We’re never married to one idea,” the creator and filmmaker tells TheWrap
New report from tech giant highlights its Content ID system, which has generated $1 billion for rightsholders over seven years
TheGrill: MySpace’s Chris DeWolfe, YouTube’s Chad Hurley On What Happens When Hollywood and Gaming Play Nice (Video)
Both sold their ventures for a combined $2 billion but reveal why they are still working harder than ever at TheWrap’s fifth annual Media Leadership...
Company says it’s removed “tens of thousands of pictures”
A Los Angeles lawyer is comparing Google to the NFL because the technology giant “turned a blind eye while its sites repeatedly exploit and victimize...
Brad Greenspan claims MySpace should have been valued at $32 billion at the time of the 2005 sale, instead of $580 million
“I do not think it would be a sex crime,” says Marc J. Randazza while discussing which laws were broken when celebrities’ naked pictures were...
Zync is known for its work on “Looper” and “Star Trek: Into Darkness”
Television Academy announced six winners in juried awards for interactive media to be presented at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday, Aug. 16
Studio was granted power Wednesday to subpoena third parties that can help them find the users behind offending torrent sites
“Thank you sincerely for seven years of live video memories,” said a message on the site
Google’s YouTube closed the deal, but neither side would officially confirm
The deal values Fullscreen at between $200 and $300 million
"The Internship" is Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's first film together since they broke box office records with "Wedding Crashers"