Tour Tracker, a database of concert dates, venues and artists, will go live today at AOL Music.
Higher gas prices may be helping, rather than hurting, Amazon. Netco said on Wednesday that its second-quarter earnings doubled and revenue jumped 41% as more consumers apparently did their shopping…
In a clear sign of their ongoing commitment to quality, the Criterion Collection improves upon yet another of their early library titles (in this case, spine No. 24), reissuing Akira Kurosawa's "High…
Constantly finding new ways to organize and package the titles in their wide-ranging Studio Canal library, Lionsgate sticks its neck out with an Andre Techine collection, offering a survey of four…
The Federal Communications Commission is said to be close to approving the long-pending $3.5 billion merger of the XM and Sirius satellite radio companies.
Netflix is exiting the theatrical distrib and production biz, shuttering its Red Envelope arm after a nearly three-year experiment.
With the clock ticking on the film's release, Warner Bros. has decided to eschew the traditional console videogame tie-in and is producing a pair of downloadable games based on "Watchmen."
Internet video firm Joost, started by the founders of Skype, is today (Wednesday) launching a venture in China.
Microsoft's Xbox 360 will bow a series of short comedic films on the gaming console this fall. The twist is that they're created by helmers known more for their roots in horror.
Electronic Arts has signed United Talent Agency to rep the publisher as it turns its popular games into movies, TV shows and other forms of entertainment.
Yahoo may have averted a proxy battle with Carl Icahn, but the Netco still has its work cut out for itself if it is going to turn around its fading fortunes.