Bruised but not (yet) beaten Internet music company MP3.com said Thursday it has inked an audio/video marketing deal with Warner Music Group.
Even the United Nations has gone potty over Harry Potter, and Time Warner is loving it.
XM Satellite Radio will unveil its line of retail radios at next month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Digital rights management company Reciprocal has tapped Michael Wehner veep of business development and sales for the company's entertainment division.
DreamWorks has inked a five-year licensing deal with children's software maker TDK Mediactive to develop games based on the studio's upcoming computer-animated pic "Shrek."
Digital music site FarmClub.com on Thursday laid off 17 people, about 15% of its staff.
Studios and cablers moved closer to agreeing on technology to impede a consumer's ability to record some digital programming.
After negotiations with the record industry over royalty rates for Webcasters came to naught this week, the National Music Publishers' Association filed a petition Wednesday asking the U.S. Copyright…
Internet sites Hollywood.com and MovieTickets.com have agreed to co-host the opening day breakfast at ShoWest on March 6 in Las Vegas.
Salon.com cut 25 staffers, or a fifth of its staff, on Wednesday after news that its fourth-quarter losses would double previous expectations.