Entries in 'television' (16)
Microsoft has announced Xbox One preview members in US and Canada can now use an over-the-air tuner to access television programs.
An episodic video game adaptation of the recently-concluded FX drama Sons of Anarchy is now available on Apple’s App Store.
Television program Mythbusters will take a look at the Doom franchise this weekend, to see if it's actually possible to carry all the in-game items available to the player.
Sega has hired veteran television executive Evan Cholfin to lead its joint venture Stories International in development of the publisher's IP portfolio.
Warner Bros is planning a new live-action series based on Mortal Kombat to run alongside the launch of the latest title in NetherRealm's gory fighting franchise.
A Resident Evil television series based on the film franchise of the same name is being produced, according to a new report.
Candy Crush Saga creator King runs more television advertisements than any other video game company out there, according to advertising metrics company iSpot.tv.
Chris Bond, senior staff writer and producer for Ginx TV, chats about the success of Videogame Nation and what’s next for the outlet
Trion and Syfy's TV and gaming crossover experiment Defiance will get a third season, the television network has announced.
Twitch has announced a new feature which allows users to host other live streams on their own channel.
Is VR the next 3D TV or the future of entertainment? Unsurprisingly the founder of Oculus falls into the latter camp.
Game of Thrones promotions within League of Legends are coming, Riot Games has announced.
Sony Pictures Television is reportedly developing original programming for PSN, a service that will debut with an adaptation of police procedural comic series Powers.
This week’s South Park episode will revolve around Minecraft, and – more specifically – the notion that concerned parents have no clue what the indie game sensation actually is.
Nearly half of all Xbox Live subscribers average an hour a day or more watching video content, Microsoft has revealed.
NBC will reportedly keep G4 up and running as a television network, despite leaving it for dead earlier this year.