Hulu.com has launched Hulu Friends, a set of social networking features meant to encourage viewers to spend more time watching TV on the popular video site.
AOL is closing its research unit in China and pink-slipping 56 staffers as part of global cost cuts at Time Warner.
Financially struggling Sirius XM Radio Inc. is planning to stream its subscription radio service to the iPhone and iPod Touch devices from Apple Inc. beginning this spring.
In the final part of our discussion with Lionsgate's digital media president Curt Marvis, former CEO of CinemaNow, we discuss what went wrong (and right) at his former company, his company's…
Video sales in Japan, primarily of DVDs, shrank 11.1% to 286 billion yen ($2.9 billion) in 2008, according to figures released on Tuesday by the Japan Video Assn.
In a major strategic deal for both companies, Paramount and Technicolor are partnering to open a state-of-the-art post-production sound mixing stage on the Par lot.
Part 2 of our three-part discussion with Lionsgate digital media president Curt Marvis, former CEO of CinemaNow. Here we discuss what types of content sell best in digital, how the business model…
Users of Apple's iPod and iTouch can now access box office data from Rentrak Corp. for a one-time fee.
"The Dark Knight" and "Lost" led nominees for the 35th Annual Saturn Awards, nabbing 11 noms each.
Disney has moved up the nationwide release of "The Princess and the Frog" from Christmas Day to Dec. 11.
Sony's PlayStation Network has landed its last major: NBC Universal has agreed to offer movies and TV shows for download on the company's PlayStation 3 and PSP devices.