Disney chairman Michael Eisner and Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone confirmed Thursday that their companies are working together on an Internet-based video-on-demand service.
The government is pumping an extra $39 million into cash-strapped pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. as part of a $326 million boost for the country's cultural industries.
MGM Home Entertainment knows all video retailers have an enormous appetite for the video version of "Hannibal," the top-grossing theatrical release of the year so far, but the studio hopes to entice…
As file-sharing service Napster continues to filter songs from its servers, the number of files available for trade on the hard drive of the average Napster user has plummeted by 80% in the past…
Gotham-based TV producer BNNtv.com said Tuesday former Shooting Gallery prexy Steve Carlis has come on board to lead the group's fledgling digital film operation, CameraPlanet Pictures.
Scarlett O'Hara never had to worry about digital carpetbaggers. But the Margaret Mitchell Trust last week moved to defend Tara from Internet pirates.
Those interested in the undisclosed plot details on Steven Spielberg's "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence" need look no further than the Internet. But not at the official movie site.
If Greg Coote and his colleagues at Intertainer Asia are right, folks in that region will embrace digitally delivered video-on-demand faster than those services are catching on in the U.S.
After endless false starts to launch homevideo revenue sharing in Korea, U.S.-based system provider Supercomm is scheduled to begin service in May, with rival Rentrak possibly right on its heels.
Back when she was head of Paramount TV, Lucie Salhany boasted that she never once touched her computer.