Retail giant Target will finally plant a flag in digital video, aiming to debut the Target Ticket service Oct. 1 — or possibly sooner — with a collection of about 30,000 TV and movie titles for…
With disc sales struggling to maintain the value they've long enjoyed on conglomerate balance sheets, EST growth is critical to studios, which must transition the whole notion of ownership to…
Warner Bros. will offer up no fewer than five versions of Superman reboot “Man of Steel” when it becomes available on homevideo on Nov. 12. The studio will sell a Blu-ray 3D combo pack, for $45; a…
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Comcast Corp. is developing a new approach to fighting piracy in the U.S., and wants other major content companies and distributors on board. The owner of the nation’s largest cable operator has…
Eight years after his death, Johnny Carson is living on in a new medium — via iTunes. Beginning Tuesday, the Apple service will make material from “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” available…
Comedy Central is enabling comedy fans to buy standup specials for $5 a pop through a new online marketplace suggested by the trailblazing model first employed by comedian Louis C.K.
In the very near future, smartphone users in South Korea will be able to download a full-length movie in 43 seconds. South Korea has long boasted the world's fastest Internet connections, but the…
As Netflix loads up on original programming, vid-streamer will increasingly face a Big Media problem: combating illegally ripped copies of its content.
Growing international digital sales and streaming are driving the music business to renewed health thanks in large part to fast-growing demand in developing markets, according to a report issued…
California-based mega-retailer Amoeba Music, the last big record store on the block, has moved into the digital age with both feet.
Luring sports fans is the first objective in 20th Century Fox's big marketing push for its new Digital HD initiative.