ABC announced Tuesday it has scored major sponsorships with Sears and Zenith to promote its high-def programming for the 2003-04 season, including football.
Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming sequel to its massively multiplayer online game "Everquest" has signed on a number of Hollywood actors to provide voices for its characters.
Interactive TV may not have made much of an impact yet onscreen, but newly launched startup Maven Networks is hoping to make it an effective marketing tool for entertainment companies on PCs.
A high-definition edition of the Movie Channel will launch Dec. 1.
SoundExchange, a division of the RIAA that collects and distributes royalties on digital music, is spinning out on its own.
Internet video-on-demand service Movielink has entered a multiyear agreement to create a co-branded service for users of Time Warner Cable's Road Runner broadband ISP.
It's been a good year for videogames but a bad one for consoles.
The RIAA's recent spate of lawsuits seems to be generating results.
Microsoft has unveiled a new version of its Windows Media Center software designed to help fuel the convergence of entertainment with PCs. Upgrade, dubbed Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004…
Consolidation and corporatization have long been facts of life in Hollywood. But what does it mean when the outlaw business of porn, supposedly immune to economic downturns, follows suit?
Brian Lowry - Tuning In