Following the lead of the Motion Picture Assn.'s actions in the U.S., those who sell pirated DVDs and videos online in Australia soon will face prosecution.
With shares in Yahoo hovering at a three-year high, CEO Terry Semel's decision to take over the Netco after leaving Warner Bros. three years ago is looking like a savvy and lucrative move.
MGM and niche cabler IFC are using the simultaneous video-on-demand and DVD release of John Sayles' "Casa de los Babys" to solidify their VOD ties.
As the TV industry continues to question where the boys are, Nielsen Entertainment and videogame publisher Activision may have found the answer.
European Union antitrust regulators have suspended their probe into the proposed merger of Sony and Bertelsmann's music operations to request more information.
If next year's "Batman Begins" is a hit and this summer's "Catwoman" flops, execs at Warner Bros. can't say nobody warned them. On fan sites across the Internet, users are giving rave reviews to…
Tele Munchen topper Herbert Kloiber made headlines after outbidding Germany's leading broadcaster RTL Television for a $220 million package of Warner Bros. fare in March -- but local industryites are…
Watch out Hollywood, it's not just music files that PC users are hoarding on their hardrives these days. Some 12% of households with an Internet connection have at least one TV show or video file on…
"American Idol" isn't just revolutionizing reality TV and the music industry, but the fledgling interactive TV biz as well.
Electronic Arts' No. 2 exec is leaving the vidgame publisher and turning his attention to the broader media world. Prexy-chief operating officer John Riccitiello unexpectedly resigned Wednesday to…