Sony BMG has become the second major record label to sign a deal with cell phone giant Nokia to include its music in the Finnish company's forthcoming Comes With Music handsets.
ITV, the U.K. terrestrial web, is to sell some of its best-known shows, including cult classic "The Prisoner," via iTunes in the U.K.
The West Hollywood improv troupe the Groundlings, a breeding ground for comics such as Will Ferrell, Lisa Kudrow and Paul "Pee-wee Herman" Reubens, has inked a deal to create 50 digital shorts over a…
Netflix's first-quarter profit climbed 36% amid the largest subscriber gains in the online DVD rental service's 10-year history, but a projected slowdown overshadowed the performance.
Championship Gaming Series has inked a broadcast deal with Eurosport and BSkyB, expanding the number of European countries in which the company's videogame tournaments are broadcast.
With the Beijing Olympics a little more than three months away, everyone is focusing on China's behavior, both past and present.
Warner Bros. TV Group and Time Inc. magazine Essence are teaming on a cross-platform initiative to create programming for the smallscreen and Internet.
Hollywood studios are taking their fight against piracy in China into the belly of the beast by erecting a huge billboard with an antipiracy message from Jackie Chan in Beijing's Silk Market.
Rupert Murdoch's MySpace is streaming news from a major cable net, and it's not Fox News Channel. The site has opted for the MSNBC over its corporate sibling.
MySpace has upped Jeff Berman to prexy of sales and marketing.
It's not game over yet for Electronic Arts' $2 billion bid to acquire Take-Two Interactive.