MTV and Sony both announced fresh plans this week to compete in the quickly growing digital music space while EMusic, one of the oldest online music services, is repositioning itself under new…
Activision is bringing some Doggystyle to its new game "True Crime: Streets of L.A.," making rapper Snoop Dogg a playable character in the game.
Movies.com, the online film portal operated by Disney, has launched an e-commerce component to sell DVDs, soundtracks and other materials related to its content.
Vidgame developer Midway Games, maker of titles including "Spyhunter 2" and "NHL Hitz Pro," reported a significantly larger loss in the third quarter on a smaller slate of titles and continued…
The Simpsons are coming to mobile phone users around the world thanks to an agreement between wireless services provider Vodafone and developer THQ Wireless.
Kerry Packer's Hoyts Group is dipping its toes into the Oz home entertainment market, taking a stake in a new, Internet-based service named HomeScreen.
The federal government Tuesday approved a major Hollywood technology goal: an antipiracy device designed to make it harder for computer users to illegally distribute digital TV programs over the…
Proving the union of music and sports has moved a considerable distance from slow-motion NFL highlights and "What Shall We Do With a Drunken Sailor," ESPN and Warner Music's Rhino imprint have…
No. 2 vidgame developer Atari took it easy in the third quarter, coasting on the continued success of its "Enter the Matrix" title as it prepares for the competitive holiday season.
As network TV execs ponder where all their primetime viewers have gone, consumers have so far this year forked out $500 million to buy favorite TV series -- both vintage and recent -- on DVD.
It may come as no surprise, but the positive results of recent legal action against online piracy is music to the Recording Industry Assn. of America's ears.