Eight years after TiVo began to popularize the concept of time-shifting TV shows (and skipping ads), Krikorian's Silicon Valley startup introduced the notion of place-shifting.
Fill a ballroom with directors of film festivals and you'll hear a representative sampling of their anxieties, from the challenges of finding sponsors and attracting media attention to the cost of…
When Ed Burns' "Purple Violets" appears on the virtual shelves of the iTunes Store later this month, it will mark the first direct-to-digital release of a movie on Apple's online marketplace.
YouTube has set up a lost-and-found desk for unauthorized video content.
The inventor of the drive-in, Richard Hollingshead Jr., has been dead for three decades and is mostly forgotten. Bryan Kennedy, a 27-year-old Web designer, has never been to a drive-in. But with an…
Google unveils a new thrust in its video advertising strategy.
A stealthy Silicon Valley startup with plans to build the ultimate set-top box is announcing today that it has banked $17.5 million, part of it from one of Apple Computer's early investors.
Gadget hounds who manage to get their hands on Apple's new iPhone will find it easy to load it with video obtained from Apple's iTunes Store, like Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies. But…
RealNetworks CEO Rob Glaser fired the opening shot Wednesday in what could become a new battle between tech companies and content owners.
Google gobbled up another small technology company on Friday, paying an undisclosed amount for FeedBurner, a 30-person Chicago firm that helps bloggers and podcasters deliver content to their…
The six major studios are holding an open casting call for geeks with good ideas. The MovieLabs Technology Open Challenge will provide grants of up to $100,000 for technologists working on solutions…