With copyright protectors such as the RIAA taking their legal fight to the streets, so to speak, a Web site has been set up for those on the receiving end of a copyright infringement subpoena.
Execs at ProSiebenSat.1 have greeted the growing interest in Kirch Media's multi-channel broadcasting group with a positive note but appear ready to play hardball with investors looking for a bargain…
British film distributors are facing fresh scrutiny of their trading practices from the Office of Fair Trading, the U.K.'s competition watchdog. The OFT has announced a review of the antitrust rules…
Richard Segal is ankling as chief exec of Odeon Cinemas, the U.K.'s largest exhibition chain. His surprise exit comes just four months after Odeon was sold to a consortium including Entertainment…
Now the ball's in Arnold's court. Arnold Schwarzenegger will have to decide soon -- possibly as early as this week -- whether to declare his candidacy for California governor as Democrat Gray Davis…
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell has had better days, and so have the titans of the broadcasting industry.
It wasn't the comics, the art or even the hundreds of costumed characters, but rather the influx of stars that drew fire-sale sized crowds to the Convention Center's main ballroom for Saturday's leg…
Vidgame giant Electronic Arts rode its strong new franchises "NBA Street" and "Def Jam Vendetta" to record first-quarter profits Wednesday.
Slumping consumer sales sent Kodak's second-quarter earnings down 61%, as the film giant Wednesday announced plans to cut up to 6,000 jobs to minimize profit declines over the balance of the year.
Video-rental giant Blockbuster lived up to its name on Wall Street Wednesday, delivering year-on-year improvement of nearly 50% in its second-quarter earnings thanks to strong demand for DVDs and…