A battle over red vs. blue light has studios fearing the DVD green they've been harvesting may turn brown.
In a highly unusual marketing move, Vivendi U unit Blizzard Entertainment will debut a trailer for its vidgame hit "Warcraft III" in front of this weekend's debut of "Die Another Day" and other…
America Online's new boss, Jonathan Miller, on Thursday gave the company's board of directors a sneak preview of plans to revitalize the ailing Internet giant Thursday.
AOL is going DVD. The world's largest online service has started tapping into the success of the world's fastest-selling consumer electronics product by offering exclusive sneak peeks at clips of DVD…
Los Angeles has won the right to host ESPN's X Games in 2003 and 2004. "The X Games have come a long way," said Ron Semaio, senior VP of ESPN. "We started in 1994 in an 18th century fort in Newport…
Arabic satcaster Al-Jazeera will soon be able to broadcast the latest missives from Al Qaeda in English. Often called the CNN of the Arab world, the controversial 24-hour news service will launch an…
Quentin Tarantino and Miramax co-chairmen Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein will be recognized with special creative achievement awards in programming specifically for home viewing at the annual DVD…
The Recording Industry Assn. of America said Thursday that the troubled file-swapping company Madster -- aka Aimster -- is violating a court's instruction to stop the flow of music piracy.
Microsoft's online unit, MSN, is ringing up Zingy to provide wireless entertainment services to users of its new MSN Mobile service. Zingy will provide ring tones, onscreen logos, graphics, voice…
One of the early contenders for the best picture Oscar, "Road to Perdition," has been scheduled for a DVD/video release by DreamWorks just in time for Oscar nom voting, which closes Feb. 25.
Marking the biggest foray yet into the world of a la carte downloads by a major label, Universal Music Group has inked a deal to offer more than 43,000 songs on the Net for downloading, burning and…