Japanese electronics giant Sony Corp. plans to join a company established by mobile telecom carrier NTT DoCoMo and rival Matsushita that will distribute music over Internet-enabled cell phones…
America Online Latin America reported a net loss of $100 million on revenue of $4.6 million for the first quarter ended Sept 30. Since AOL Latin America's first service, AOL Brazil, launched in…
The seesaw nature of Tuesday's election returns had network newsies and Netizens in wonk heaven throughout the evening. TV anchors and analysts did their best to sound authoritative on a night when…
Atom Films has struck a mobile and wireless syndication deal worth up to $800,000 with Norwegian media group Schibsted.
The flip-flopping on Florida election results -- twice -- on Tuesday night had the media ordering an odd meal: "Oh, waiter," CNN analyst Jeff Greenfield said on TV, "one order of crow." Newsies tried…
The Sony Corp. has set up a business-to-business Internet-exchange division to serve as middleman between sports-rights holders and TV-station buyers throughout the world.
For viewers in the east German city of Leipzig, cable TV continues to offer ground-breaking alternatives and a glimpse of what is to come in the rest of the country.
Diversified cabler Comcast Corp. posted a third-quarter profit more than three times greater than a year ago Monday, thanks to gains from investments in high-tech companies including Sprint PCS and…
ESPN Internet Group has launched its first international Web site, the Spanish-lingo ESPNdeportes.com, directed at both Latin American and U.S. Hispanic users.
The Walt Disney Studios has named two longtime executives at the studio's home entertainment division, Bob Chapek and Dennis Maguire, to oversee Buena Vista Home Entertainment's domestic and…
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of a ruling that publishers must obtain permission of freelance contributors before including the work in electronic databases. The court agreed…