The Dave Matthews Band is putting its entire library online for the first time, pacting with Apple. Fans can download individual tracks and entire albums from the iTunes Music Store for 99¢ and $9.99…
Video-sharing site YouTube continues to make deals for exclusive content from cable nets. In its latest deal, Netco has signed with G4 to feature original shorts promoting "Star Trek 2.0" cabler's…
Microsoft's MSN online unit has renewed its deal with Mark Burnett Prods. to host the online version of "Rock Star" when the CBS skein returns this summer.
Carl Icahn to showbiz: Bye-bye. It's been fun. Not. The billionaire corporate raider has already bailed from Time Warner. Now he's backing off his other major media play of the past year, Blockbuster…
Sony's "The Da Vinci Code" has moved swiftly past China's censors and will become the first day-and-date release of 2006 when it bows May 19.
New York may be losing an increasing amount of its creative industry to Los Angeles, and it's going to be a tough battle to get it back. So argued artists and execs as they confabbed Tuesday to hash…
A day after Tom Lipsky ankled as president and CEO of Sanctuary Records Group in North America, the troubled U.K.-based indie shook up its board and brought in a new money man.
PBS will launch a 24-hour digital broadcast channel this fall, targeted at early elementary-age school kids.
Despite mass marketing blitzes, VH1's Tori Spelling starrer "So Notorious" and the return of Showtime's "Huff" got off to so-so starts Sunday.
Early-week fireworks helped Fox notch another primetime demo victory, while Saturday basketball and the return of its Thursday lineup kept CBS in the game.
AOL chairman-CEO Jonathan Miller and reality guru Mark Burnett sounded the death knell for commercial TV as we know it at the Mip TV mart Tuesday.