Music Netco Tonos, which provides services and advice to developing artists, has inked a deal to distribute its wares across the massive user base of America Online.
Major labels EMI Group and Warner Music Group separately unveiled new online systems Wednesday to streamline and improve the way their music is licensed.
As if anyone needed the agency to declare the obvious, the U.S. General Accounting Office issued a report Friday, declaring that many of the nation's broadcasters won't meet the May 1 deadline to…
Japan's telco behemoth Nippon Telegraph & Telephone (NTT) has joined the race for viewers over the Internet.
French vidgame publisher Infogrames has acquired Shiny Entertainment from Interplay Entertainment for $47 million in cash, a deal that gives it the exclusive license to create games based on the…
French vidgame maker Ubi Soft said it will release a title for all major platforms based on Paramount Pictures' upcoming feature "The Sum of All Fears."
The comatose digital TV transition just got a jolt. In a win for the major studios --particularly Disney and Fox -- TV and computer makers agreed during a midnight conference call with the Motion…
Entertainment and games brightened Sony Corp.'s latest annual results as a worldwide economic slump deflated the electronics biz, which accounts for two-thirds of total revenue.
The Orphanage has been tapped to create the computer-generated f/x for martial arts actioner "Hero," starring Jet Li ("The One") and Zhang Ziyi ("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon").
Challenging Hollywood to stop stalling and provide more hi-def programming, the Consumer Electronics Assn. (CEA) said Wednesday that March sales of digital TV equipment totaled more than $257…
Homevideo giant Blockbuster Entertainment swung to a sizable loss in the first quarter of 2002 as a hefty $1.82 billion accounting charge took its toll, but sales and cash flow both climbed during…