Slowly but surely, legit homevideo distribs and merchants are gaining a foothold in a market that traditionally has been dominated by pirates.
Embattled song-swap service Napster says the record industry is not playing fair.
Locals can't escape the boob tube -- the island republic has become the first country in the world to offer digital television in public buses to people on the move.
It was the beginning of the end for Napster last week when a federal judge gave the music file-swapping service three days to block copyrighted songs identified by the record labels.
The Internet has gone legit, and theater producers are embracing Web sites as an efficient way to market and sell tickets to their extravaganzas.
Outfest executive director Steven Gutwilling announced Tuesday the nominees for the first Outfest Screen Idol Awards.
The Artists Rights Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by the Directors Guild of America, will bow AdmitOne.org Film School on Wednesday.
The new Republican chair of the House Telecommunications Subcommittee proved on Monday he's a friend to broadcasters, even if it means taking on George W. Bush.
THQ has inked a deal with Hearst Entertainment and John Kricfalusi, creator of "The Ren and Stimpy Show" and owner of animation studio Spumco, for the vidgame rights to "The Ripping Friends," skedded…
Media stocks tanked Monday, led by Disney and AOL Time Warner in a dismal day on Wall Street that saw the Nasdaq fall to two-year record lows and the Dow Jones Industrial Average log its…