Shooting People, a free networking website for independent filmmakers started in the U.K., has launched in Gotham.
Australia's dominant pay TV platform Foxtel on Monday nailed down a $A550 million ($385 million) credit facility to bankroll its digital launch in early 2004.
Kiwi film and video distributors are celebrating tougher rules restricting the parallel import of DVDs or videos of movies until nine months after the titles' release.
Initial publicity paid off big time for Apple as users downloaded more than 1 million copies of its iTunes for Windows software within three days after it launched. In the same period, company sold…
Radio broadcasters lost a round in court recently when they asked that royalty exclusions that apply to over-the-air broadcasting also apply to Webcasting.
Vivendi has sold its mobile-media division Moviso, which distributes ring tones and other content to cellular service providers, to technology services company InfoSpace for $25 million.
Last month, "Los Olvidados," Luis Buñuel's 1950 classic, was added to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register, the second film named to a list that includes the Gutenberg Bible. Now Televisa is…
Consider it a low-tech compromise for a high-tech problem. Oscar campaigners are breathing a tentative sigh of relief after the MPAA decided last week to allow studios to send out VHS videocassettes…
Under assault from consumer groups, MPAA topper Jack Valenti Thursday defended the implementation of the broadcast flag, a new federal reg aimed at blocking Internet piracy of digital entertainment.
The first season of "Three's Company" will be released on DVD Nov. 11, with a portion of proceeds being donated to United Cerebral Palsy in memory of star John Ritter.
Blockbuster on Tuesday reported profits up 25% for the third quarter despite lower revenues and a sharp drop in same-store sales. Net earnings for the quarter grew to $63.7 million, compared with $51…