The U.K. government said Monday it is determined to drive through reforms to Blighty's cross-media ownership rules, which would allow U.S. firms to buy commercial webs ITV and Five, despite growing…
Veteran TV business and legal exec Barbara M. Rubin has recently opened an office in Century City, representing talent in the entertainment industry.
Vivendi Universal reportedly is looking for a buyer for its 55% stake in Gallic film group UGC and is close to selling two European cable operators, as speculation continues to swirl Monday around…
Expect increased consolidation of all those proliferating boxes atop TVs across America, according to a report by Allied Business Intelligence, a tech think tank based in Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Cinea said it will collaborate with researchers at the Sarnoff Corp. to develop and deploy piracy-defeating technologies that will prevent the videotaping of movies as they play in theaters.
Stanford researchers said they have shoved the equivalent of a DVD-and-a-half's worth of data across the Internet from Silicon Valley to Amsterdam in less than a minute.
Online videogaming, hailed last fall as a transformative new technology in the console sector, has been a modest success so far.
In these worrying times, audiences around the world are thirsting for light, escapist fare, and last weekend they were sated by "Maid in Manhattan," "Die Another Day," "Lilo & Stitch," "Daredevil"…
Fox's retro laffer "Oliver Beene" is off to a very strong start, retaining all of its young-adult lead-in from "The Simpsons" and dominating its timeslot, according to preliminary nationals from…
Germany's Deutsche Telekom, Europe's largest telco group, on Monday posted a net loss of €24.6 billion ($27.1 billion), the biggest in German corporate history.