Advancit was founded by Shari Redstone, daughter of media billionaire Sumner Redstone and a well-known figure in the entertainment industry. It makes early stage investments in media and entertainment startups.
Epoch launched a mobile video application today that applies artificial intelligence and human curation to bring you ‘effortless entertainment.’
Guest Post With Google+, Google is forming productive partnerships and building relationships with content/media makers from a variety of verticals. Their biggest push is in sports and entertainment.
Security systems, cars, homes, appliances: everything modern, seemingly, has a remote control.
The Creative Artists Agency is raising a $20 million venture capital fund.
The Wii U isn’t all about fun and games. It’s also about videos about fun and games.
I join the cast at the premiere of Silicon Valley’s new reality TV show, which can best be described as “Silicon Valley for Middle America.”
Editor’s Pick Hermione Way, one of the stars of Bravo’s new reality show “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley,” is a polarizing figure. But she’s just being herself, she insists.
Nintendo entered the media battlefield today with the introduction of its Nintendo TVii service that’s included for free on its upcoming Wii U game console.
The first users of Minit, an iPhone app to record and screen short videos, may have found themselves revealing intimate life stories to Noa Tishby, a supermodel, actress, and technology entrepreneur.
GetGlue, a social network that lets TV viewers check-in to shows, is launching a new iPad application for discovering what to watch on TV.
Despite a highly publicized 2011 quest for a buyer, Hulu operations are so peachy keen that the company will spend almost half a billion dollars on new content in 2012, CEO Jason Kilar would have you know.
Google TV, the search giant’s combo hardware-software entertainment endeavor, could be on its way to attracting a larger male customer base, as porn studio Vivid Entertainment is now streaming sexually explicit content to television sets by way of a Google TV application.
TV and movie watching social network Miso just made it easier for DirecTV customers to share their viewing habits with friends.
American Airlines on Monday announced it would start offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as an in-flight entertainment device on select flights. It plans to deploy 6,000 Samsung tablets in premium-level cabins of some transcontinental and international flights.
VentureBeat readers already saw screenshots of MySpace’s leaked redesign last week. But now the fading social network’s millions of U.S. users will be able to experience the site’s new beta version, unveiled today. It’s focused less on social networking — friend request denied! — and more on what it’s calling “social entertainment” to attract younger users.
GetGlue, the social recommendation service from startup Adaptive Blue, shared some impressive growth stats today: Its users are logging an average of 150,000 check-ins and reviews per day over the last month, up from 100,000 a few months ago.