Amazon fills its video cart with two new comedies
There's a new kid on the block at Culver Studios. Inside a towering soundstage, just around the corner from where such television comedies as TBS' "Cougar Town" and Showtime's "Episodes" have been filmed, ...
Study finds TV shows with ethnically diverse casts, writers have higher ratings
Television viewers are more likely to watch shows that employ racially diverse casts and writers, according to a new study done at UCLA's Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies.
YouTube revamps much-criticized comments feed
YouTube, the Google-owned video sharing website, said Tuesday it was revamping its comments feed which some web users claimed had turned into a magnet for crude and vulgar postings.
Review: Google's new tablet outshines Samsung's
With the new Nexus 7, Google has taken a tablet that was already very good and made it great.
Twitter dials deeper into TV
A start-up specializing in tuning into online banter by TV viewers said Wednesday that it has been bought by Twitter.
US judge to limit Apple antitrust penalty to e-books
A US federal court is close to imposing an antitrust remedy on Apple that narrows the scope to the company's e-book business.
Comcast rumored to be considering adding to Copyright Alert System
Wealth of words: Technology company analyzes social-media conversations about TV
Social-media commentary regarding television shows and commercials contains valuable data that can be used by networks and advertising agencies to improve programming or reach desired audiences. Analyzing ...
Apple TV adds HBO Go, WatchESPN to line up
Apple on Wednesday added HBO GO and WatchESPN to the line-up of programming available on its Apple TV devices that stream shows from the Internet to living room screens.
Next-gen consoles battle for new gamers
Sony and Microsoft will be battling for the spotlight at the E3 videogame show with new consoles designed to put them at the heart of home entertainment.
YouTube announces shutdown in April Fool's prank
In an elaborate April Fool's prank, YouTube announced Sunday it was going dark for a decade, and that the site was merely an eight-year contest to find the best video.
YouTube passes billion user mark
More than a billion people use YouTube each month, it says, with viewing on smartphones helping drive growth.
Facebook cleans up Timeline in latest tweak
Facebook on Wednesday began rolling out new profile pages redesigned to clear away clutter from "Timelines" that chronicle member postings at the leading social network.
Music, movie industry to warn copyright infringers (Update 3)
Internet users who illegally share music, movies or TV shows online may soon get warning notices from their service providers that they are violating copyright law. Ignore the notices, and violators could face an Internet ...