The online music market got a little more crowded Tuesday as Sony launched its Connect musicstore, offering a model that's similar to its competitors' but has greater compatibility with Sony hardware.
Paramount Home Entertainment Spain had inked to handle DVD/VHS rights in Spain on three films from Producciones Goya.
The Emmys are becoming the first major American awards show to start offering online voting, albeit in a limited form.
Gawker Media is bringing its catty brand of Internet gossip to Hollywood with today's launch of Web site Defamer.com.
Roger Corman's New Concorde Home Entertainment is taking itself out of the new-release rental game to focus entirely on sell-through of its sizable film catalog.
Cablevision is launching the first on-demand cable gaming service, offering users of its iO digital cable service interactive games as part of a subscription package.
Are entertainment companies ready to offer consumers their entire catalog for a flat monthly fee? That's the question record labels will have to ask themselves, and movie studios will start thinking…
Set to debut in the first-quarter next year is Edge TV, a 24-hour channel dedicated to gaming. Co-founders are legal/telecommunications exec Reagan Silber and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Keith…
Media congloms take note: The Internet is back where it's at.
Online media company CNET Networks is re-launching MP3.com, which it acquired from Vivendi Universal in December, as a portal for news and information about the proliferation of digital music stores.
A study by mobile phone operator Nokia has found that phone users are willing to spend up to a third more per month, €7.4 ($8.80), to receive largely entertainment-based content.