Online music portal MP3.com filed documents with the U.S. Copyright Office Monday supporting the music industry's call for an inquiry into how copyright is applied on the Internet. It hopes to use…
The New York Times Co. said Sunday that it will cut 69 jobs, or 17% of the positions, at its online unit.
ComedyCentral.com has signed an exclusive deal with the Improv comedy club to launch Improv@ComedyCentral.Com. Site will feature standup comedians from its L.A. area clubs on Melrose Avenue and in…
The battle over BBC's plans to launch new digital TV channels is heating up.
Gotham's Brill Media Holdings and Primedia said Thursday they plan to create a unit called Media Central, housing many of Primedia's trade media assets, to be run and partly owned by Steven Brill.
Rep. W.J. "Billy" Tauzin, the feisty and dynamic Louisiana politician with a keen interest in the TV biz, was elected Thursday by his peers to serve as chairman of the powerful House Commerce…
Broadcast and cable networks and a sports league have joined the Motion Picture Assn. of America fight for digital copy protection and a say-so in how to stop programming piracy.
Brilliant Digital Entertainment has tapped Robert Chmiel to the newly combined position of chief financial officer and chief operating officer.
MTVi has upped Jason Hirschhorn to veep and general manager of Sonicnet.com.
Listen.com, which received $70 million in funding and support from the five major record labels, has laid off 42 employees, or 25% of its staff.
Intel Corp., best known for its dominance of the PC processor market, is leaping into the world of digital music with a portable digital audio player that can store up to four hours of tunes in…