Born into Jamaican aristocracy and educated at Harrow, the man behind Bob Marley, U2 and Steve Winwood has long cut a princely figure in the often hardscrabble music biz.
Digital-music service Pressplay is taking a page from the book of Microsoft, cutting a deal to include its software preinstalled with new Gateway personal computers in a move that will substantially…
Walt Disney Internet Group announced a collection of broadband content called Disney Magic Connection that will be available to high-speed Internet users through their Internet providers, with the…
Blockbuster has become the exclusive presenting sponsor of LivePlanet and Miramax Films' Project Greenlight, an annual search for a budding independent filmmaker.
A looming broadband price war next year could put even more pressure on AOL to make its content offerings pay off, according to results from new survey research commissioned by JPMorgan.
Disney's summer animated hit "Lilo & Stitch" hula-danced its way into the hands of 3 million DVD and VHS customers on its first day of release Tuesday, according to the studio.
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After months of legal wrangling, Random House and ebook publisher RosettaBooks have settled their differences and inked a partnership that may breathe new life into a sleepy ebook market.
Garson Foos, former senior VP of marketing for Rhino Records, has been appointed president and general manager of Retropolis Entertainment.
Malaysia and Thailand have declared war on the homevideo syndicates that control the lion's share of the video industries in their countries.
John Malone's Starz pay TV network has cut a deal with Real Networks that will funnel up to 100 movies a month to a laptop computer near you, starting in the spring.