Digital music company Napster is embarking on a $30 million marketing campaign focusing on new technology that allows users to take its million-plus song library on portable devices for $15 per month.
Sending a signal that he'll stay put, News Corp. prexy Peter Chernin was disdainful of speculation that he wants the top job at Disney -- with his boss Rupert Murdoch hearing every word.
The Senate unanimously passed significant antipiracy legislation on Tuesday, reaffirming congressional intent to protect copyrighted material from new technological means of theft and infringement.
Movielink has won summary judgment in a lawsuit that alleged its video-on-demand technology violated a Connecticut company's patents.
Just a few weeks after topper Mike Ramsay announced he's ankling, TiVo has lost its No. 2 exec and key liaison with Hollywood. The exit of prexy Marty Yudkovitz, a former NBC exec who joined TiVo…
Internet powerhouse Google doubled its revenue in the fourth quarter and brought its profit to nearly eight times what it was a year ago.
CinemaNow has signed a deal to distribute films and TV shows from NBC Universal, marking the sixth of the seven major studios to partner with the Internet video-on-demand company.
Time Warner Cable may not be as big as Comcast, but the conglom could hold an envious place at the cable table in both Los Angeles and New York. The two companies on Monday submitted a joint bid for…
The Mouse House continues to be caught in cross-currents. Muscular ESPN and resurgent theme parks managed to boost Disney earnings by 5% to $723 million last quarter.
Warner Music is becoming the first label to put musicvideos on cell phones. Edgar Bronfman Jr.-controlled diskery has signed with Verizon Wireless to make its catalog part of the cellular provider's…
Disney/Pixar's "The Incredibles" took home 10 Annie awards on Sunday night, including animated feature, and Brad Bird won for both writing and directing a toon pic as well as voicing fashionista Edna…