A federal district court judge on Monday handed Buena Vista Home Entertainment a sweeping victory in its copyright dispute with movie preview service Video Pipeline.
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In a reversal of a previous deal, videogame publishing giant Electronic Arts will now receive $27.5 million from AOL over the next two years to feature its games on the online service.
Hollywood is getting a bit more aggressive about its nascent online movie download efforts.
Chip giant Intel has filed a court brief backing ClearPlay Inc., which has been sued by the DGA and the studios over its software to sanitize videos and DVDs.
When in doubt, change your name. That's the overwhelming opinion of many America Online and Time Warner execs and investors these days -- so much so that the touchy topic of the conglom's…
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The U.S. majors have scored a breakthrough in the battle to stem video piracy in China, winning six court cases against offenders in Shanghai.
The U.S. majors have won their second victory in an Australian court in the battle to stop retailers selling or renting DVDs imported from the U.S.
Universal Studios Home Video has named Pamela Blum to the newly created position of senior VP of marketing services.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment prexy Mike Dunn likes to lay claim to the title of "king of the niches."