In one of the slyest -- if inadvertent -- DVD promos ever, Sacha Baron Cohen received a nod at the Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles on the day "Borat" hit shelves.
News Corp. is forging ahead on talks with a number of congloms to create a video platform that could compete with YouTube. "We're in very active negotiations with all of the media companies to create…
Current satellite radio subscribers will not have to pay more for the service they now get, nor buy a new receiver should the government approve the proposed XM-Sirius merger, Sirius topper Mel…
After costing investors over $100 million, most of which came from the Walt Disney Company, video-on-demand service MovieBeam has been acquired by rentailer Movie Gallery at a fire sale price of…
Striking back against its surprisingly strong competition in the area where it's been perceived to be weakest, Sony has unveiled two major online initiatives for its struggling PlayStation 3 console.
China continues to play the role of strict parent. With Chinese youngsters getting more and more into the Web, the government has banned new Internet cafes from opening this year.
Fox has named Dan Fawcett prexy of digital media for the Fox Entertainment Group, responsible for handling digital strategy.
Connecticut lawmakers unveiled legislation Wednesday that would require MySpace.com and other social-networking sites to verify users' ages and obtain parental consent before minors can post profiles.
Matthew McConaughey will spend the summer catching waves in Malibu for “Surfer, Dude.” McConaughey, who has been filming Warner Bros.’ “Fool’s Gold” in Australia, has been hitting the waves there…
The financially tiny but already crowded online movie biz is getting another player, as young company ReelTime has pacted with its first studio, acquiring pay-per-view content from Lionsgate.
When the NCAA Men's Division I basketball tourney tips off next week, CBS will be gunning for the big ratings the event typically draws. But more than ever, CBS hopes the benefits go far beyond…