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Disney has struck a deal with Viz Media to bring the anime series "Naruto Shippuden" to the Disney XD network beginning next month.
MTV has hired industry veterans Scott Guthrie and David Cox to run its gaming division as it looks to build upon the tremendous success of its first gaming franchise, “Rock Band.”
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Jerry Bruckheimer and MTV Games have tapped two game industry veterans, Jim Veevaert and Jay Cohen, to head up the legendary movie and TV producer's long-awaited gaming division.
Microsoft is moving closer to its goal of bringing the worlds of TV and video games closer together.
"The Sims" creator Will Wright is leaving game publisher Electronic Arts to run an entertainment think tank focused on creating original content for games, movies, toys, TV and the Internet.
Warner Bros. is among the financial backers of a new gaming venture, OnLive, that promises to leverage cloud computing and broadband connectivity to provide high-end play of the latest video games on PC, Mac or TV.
Sony Computer Entertainment America and NBC Universal have struck a deal to make select Universal films and NBC and Sci Fi Channel programming available on the PlayStation Network.
Sony Computer Entertainment America and NBC Universal have struck a deal to make select Universal films and NBC and Sci Fi Channel TV programming available on the PlayStation Network.
FremantleMedia is launching a new mobile application for fans of "American Idol."