Japan's Ministry of Post and Telecommunications has announced that it hopes to establish a common receiver for communication and broadcast satellites as well as terrestrial digital TV signals.
Sega Enterprises said Tuesday that its new flagship Dreamcast vidgame console has hit the 1 million sales mark in the U.S. and could easily sell an additional 500,000 players by the end of the year…
Internet music sales are expected to top $5.2 billion in 2005, fueled by sales from record labels and the ease of ordering CDs and downloading tunes over the Internet, research outfit Music Business…
Platinum Entertainment said Monday it plans to offer its entire music catalog free for digital download on a new Web site, HeardOn.com.
MTV Interactive has upped Justin Herz to senior veep and general manager of music site SonicNet.com.
MGM Interactive and Danjaq have tapped Electronic Arts to create vidgames based on "The World Is Not Enough" and other Bond adventures for the PC and console gaming markets.
Variety looks at four established Internet players, either based in L.A. or with L.A. offices, that have pioneered new ways of bringing entertainment to the Internet.
It looks as if Go.com's green and yellow traffic light logo may be making a comeback. At least for the next 30 days.
The first streaming Webisode of ABC laffer "The Drew Carey Show" from Warner Bros. Online attracted nearly 2 million visits, capturing more viewers online Wednesday night than most cable programming.
CBS execs recently discovered at least two sellers on eBay, a popular online auction site, trying to unload video copies of "Ricky Martin: One Night Only" meant for press viewing.
The Latin American Internet wars are heating up with the entry of two deep-pocketed players.