TV's economic picture may still look fuzzy, but the convention of the National Assn. of Broadcasters drew a better-than expected crowd of station owners ready to deal and talk digital.
MovieLink, the video-on-demand service being developed by Sony, Paramount, MGM, Warner Bros. and Universal, will bow later this year using the MPEG-4 technology when delivering movies over the…
Internet video and audio giant RealNetworks on Tuesday introduced software that allows content producers to charge Netizens watching their online programming through its RealOne service.
It'll be slow-going for the rollout of interactive TV services in the U.S. for some time,
The market for media technology service providers in North America and Europe is expected to triple to $27 billion by 2007, according to a new study commissioned by BBC Technology.
If Hollywood thinks it can keep Internet users from copying its music, TV shows and pics by digital protection, think again.
At the National Assn. of Broadcasting confab in Las Vegas today, IBM is expected to unveil new digital rights management software that allows companies to protect everything from music files to…
After years of false starts, interactive TV is expected to get the jumpstart it's been looking for this year.
After impressing auds at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000 with technology that makes a project shot on digital video look like a 35mm film, the creators of Magic Bullet are offering their digital…
Washington will be the main attraction at this week's confab of the National Assn. of Broadcasters in Las Vegas.