Studios are opening their arms to technology start-ups, but can the two sides get past copyright issues as well as other differences?
Towering over Tinseltown, it's the most famous sign in the world. But it began its history 90 years ago as a local billboard for real estate. CNET Road Trip 2012 stops by to investigate.
In new feature film that opened this weekend, the brothers who gave us "Top Gun" "Black Hawk Down," and "Gladiator" try to boil down humanity into a single day--with help from the Web and YouTube.
Train fanatics can get a taste of 19th century steam locomotive magic at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park in California's Gold Country. CNET Road Trip 2012 stopped in for a ride.
As The WB channel tries to rise from the dead, the online-only version will syndicate its content across a handful of video-hosting sites, including Veoh Networks and Dailymotion.
Software maker will hold the conference in November in Los Angeles, a week after it has its Professional Developers Conference in the same locale.
Entertainment industry insiders say technologists looking to do business in Hollywood should hire a good lawyer or agent to help guide them.
RedLasso aggregates clips from TV shows so users can pick out the clips they want. Problem is the company hasn't gotten permission.
Beyond films and star sightings, the Internet is the talk of the town, whether in reference to the writers' strike or its power as a content distribution tool.