Apple announced on Friday that it will not sell any of NBC's new fall shows on iTunes after talks broke down over a distribution deal that ends in December, and both sides took the dispute public.
Disney will launch the first video-on-demand version of its Jetix kids' channels in Asia on Singapore's mioTV platform.
The Tokyo District Court ruled Thursday that two Tokyo-based distribs of Charlie Chaplin DVDs were in violation of his copyrights.
ESPN said Wednesday that it would relaunch broadband net ESPN360 to focus exclusively on live events and also revealed that it could make a play for future Olympic Games.
"Blue Dragon" has the sort of dream-team pedigree that could only be formed in a board meeting.
Asian TV shows will have a new avenue into U.S. homes with next month's bow of feevee platform GekTV Entertainment via broadband Internet.
NBC Universal and News Corp. have given their online video joint venture a name: "Hulu."
Universal Pictures International Entertainment and Studio Canal are teaming to create what will be France's leading home entertainment distributor, they jointly announced Wednesday.
The Nintendo Wii has made a name for itself by appealing to casual videogame players, but "Metroid Prime 3: Corruption" is the system's first decent title that isn't really for them.
A two-part doc made by Matthew Reeve about his father Christopher's struggle to walk again, half of which has never been released, is coming out on DVD Nov. 6.
Starz Media is taking its manga content online. The Liberty Media division has licensed 40 hours of popular manga content to broadband video site Heavy.com