The legal losing streak continued for the music and movie industries Monday when a Norwegian appeals court said 20-year-old Jon Johansen had not broken any laws when he created the DeCSS program for…
Tim Kuik, the director of Holland's anti-piracy enforcement agency, Brein, says the organization will warn and then prosecute users who upload music from file-sharing software provider Kazaa.
DVD sales continue to grow much faster internationally than in the U.S. -- and distribs say the best is yet to come overseas.
The Sept. 5 bow of U.K. Film Council-funded "This Is Not a Love Song" was a watershed moment in film distribution: It marked the first-ever simultaneous online and electronic cinema release of a…
Dealing a serious blow to the recording industry's controversial anti-piracy campaign, a federal appeals court Friday nixed the method music labels use to track down identities of online music…
Liquid Digital Media has begun a test release of a music downloading service at Wal-Mart's Web site. Consistent with its overall strategy of deep discounting, Wal-Mart is offering downloads at 88¢…
It was a day of mixed news for the videogame industry on Thursday, as shares in publisher Activision soared after it upped its guidance thanks to strong sales of its "True Crime: Streets of LA,"…
Former Paramount exec and dot-com entrepreneur David Wertheimer has joined the Institute for Creative Technologies as managing director.
Mark Cuban's fledgling high-definition program package has scored a cable distribution coup, securing a carriage deal with the second-largest operator, Time Warner Cable, to carry HDNet and HDNet…
Who says the video rental business is slowing down? Online DVD rental shop Netflix saw its shares soar nearly 13% Wednesday to $50.49 when it upgraded its fourth-quarter subscriber forecasts, due to…
Blighty's love affair with digital TV shows no sign of cooling as new figures suggest that half of U.K. homes have gone digital, boosting the government's aim of switching off analog TV by 2010.