TF1, France's biggest commercial net, has filed a lawsuit against YouTube alleging wrongful use of its content and seeking e100 million ($158.3 million) in damages.
European online interactive teen soap "Sofia's Diary" is to transfer to the small screen in Blighty in what is being hailed as "a milestone for television broadcasting."
New distrib Delanic Films has struck a three-year deal for Anchor Bay Entertainment U.K. to handle the DVD release of its movies.
The EU's regulatory body, the European Commission, gave the go-ahead on Wednesday (April 16) for the merger of Vivendi's games unit with California-based game developer Activision.
After acquiring two significant music-related websites in the past two weeks, social media network Buzznet has signed on Universal Music Group as an investor.
The Danish Pocket Film Festival, Scandinavia's first fest for mobile phone pics shot by youths age 12 to 17, will be held in Arhus on Sept. 5-6.
Time Warner this week launched a Taiwanese version of AOL, while MySpace went live with a Korean edition.
Those ever-fragmenting audiences with increasing niche interests that have been causing havoc for the industry are no accident, futurists Alvin and Heidi Toffler told a crowd at the National Assn. of…
Comcast Corp., under federal investigation for interfering with the traffic of its Internet subscribers, said Tuesday it wants to develop a "Bill of Rights and Responsibilities" for file sharing.
Time Warner this week launched a Taiwanese version of AOL. MySpace this week went live with a Korean edition.
Technicolor introduced on Tuesday a system for delivering entertainment to homes via the Internet and announced the first deal with a retailer, movie download service CinemaNow, to use the platform.