The comedy “Vacation" kicked off its box office trip with a solid $1.2 million in early Tuesday night showings.
The box office is shaping up for a slow start in August, with the latest “Mission Impossible” expected to open with modest ticket sales this weekend.
Thousands of teens journeyed to this year's VidCon conference in Anaheim to catch a glimpse of their favorite YouTube stars, and maybe even get a selfie with one of their idols.
YouTube Chief Executive Susan Wojcicki unveiled a series of product announcements, including a mobile redesign for the platform, during her keynote speech at VidCon on Thursday.
Ron Roza used to travel the world to follow his idol, Bruce Springsteen. Now, he is traveling to follow his daughters' idol: Joey Graceffa.
If Katie Couric dyes her hair blue, blame VidCon.
Comedic YouTube duo Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, known as Smosh, weren't the first and certainly won't be the last digital stars to take their talent to the big screen. This year, digital content creators are expected to star in a dozen feature films that will be released on various video-on-demand...
Tom Calderone, president of VH1, is exiting his post after seven years.