A defense lawyer in Sweden's Pirate Bay copyright case has called for a retrial following reports that the judge in the case is a member of the same copyright protection organizations as several of…
Leo Kirch's Constantin Medien Group has acquired IPTV and mobile rights to top league Bundesliga soccer for the next four seasons as part of a sub-licensing deal with telco giant Deutsche Telekom.
News Corp. has opted not to renew the contract of MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe as CEO of the social networking giant as it seeks new leadership that can grow revenue for the company.
Foot traffic is way down at the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab this year, but some of the smaller fry on the exhibition floor say they're still doing pretty good business.
Back during the 100 Years' War Hi-Def DVD format war, Warner Bros. was the studio that played both sides, releasing its movies in HD DVD and Blu-ray. When it finally committed exclusively to Blu-ray…
If there's any network that should be thriving online, it's PBS. Freed largely — though certainly not entirely — from the financial concerns that keep television networks and studios hemming and…
Paramount offers its new three-pack of femme-friendly PC games.
With the avalanche of lost jobs in media, publishing and fashion and the remaining players subsisting on newly tightened budgets, Gotham's glitterati are relying on power lunches -- and social…
The Museum of Television and Radio was housed in midtown Manhattan in a building that looked like an office or a bank. The institution has already been rebranded as the Paley Center for Media, but…
Created last year in collaboration with the Tribeca Film Institute, the Sloan Filmmaker Fund provides grants to U.S. and international filmmakers who spotlight scientific and technological themes in…
Yahoo Inc. will lay off more than 600 workers after getting off to another bumpy start under a tough-talking new boss who has promised to engineer a long-awaited turnaround at one of the Internet's…