Interactive TV company OpenTV and its subsid ACTV have settled a 4-year-old patent infringement lawsuit with Disney and its ABC and ESPN networks.
In its largest acquisition to date, A&E Home Video has hauled in almost 1,000 hours of programming from British vault the Thames Library.
Online media bellwether Yahoo! reported continued strong growth in the second quarter as revenue and net income more than doubled from a year ago.
Still igniting ticket sales at the box office, Michael Moore's hot-button doc "Fahrenheit 9/11" is generating heat for a homevideo deal. Sony would not comment, but sources said the studio is close…
Betting that nontraditional advertising will catch on bigtime, Las Vegas-based American Vantage has formed a division to create entertainment for corporate clients. Idea is to develop films, TV shows…
DVD promotion org Digital Entertainment Group has re-elected most of its board of directors -- or at least the companies they repped -- and added three new members: GoodTimes Entertainment, Hewlett…
Wireless gaming company Jamdat Mobile has filed for an $86 million initial public offering, betting that growing investor interest in videogames will extend to the cell phone space.
The DVD biz will have a few more years of feasting thanks to rapid overseas equipment sales growth, according to new forecasts of the global DVD market.
Netcaster Live365 is working with Apple to offer iTunes Music Store downloads of songs that play on its Internet radio stations.
T-Mobile subscribers can now add Camelot to their calling plans. Wireless service provider is partnering with Disney in a promotional partnership for "King Arthur," which opens Wednesday.
Discount retail juggernaut Wal-Mart now accounts for a whopping 33% of all new and used DVD and VHS purchases in the U.S., according to a new survey of America's burgeoning population of DVD lovers.
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