Gaul's major DVD distribs are to be hauled before a judge for alleged breach of France's laws allowing private individuals to copy discs. On Monday Gallic consumers were invited to join France's…
Draft text of the anticipated House bill on the digital television transition specifies Dec. 31, 2008, as the cutoff date for all analog transmissions. It also calls for an outreach campaign -…
Would Darth Vader have approved? China's pirates had DVDs of "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" on the streets of Beijing for between 10 and 20 yuan ($1.20-$2.40) while the credits were…
Universal Studios Home Entertainment will exploit the Las Vegas and DVD connections within the NBC-Universal family once again next month with a cross-promotional showing of "Casino" on USA Network…
A financially fortified Time Warner will start paying a cash dividend again and is sweet once more on AOL, but there's one business it's tuning out for good -- music.
Telecom Personal, Argentina's No. 2 cell phone carrier, has launched "Personal Stand-Up," the first short-form TV program developed in Latin America for cellphones.
The BBC has dubbed it "Martini Media," a reference to its availability "any time, any place," but commercial rivals might need a drop of the hard stuff, rather than a cocktail, after considering the…
By the time Universal releases Peter Jackson's vision of "King Kong" on Dec. 14, the first DVD edition of the original 1933 pic is expected to be on store shelves. Except it won't have a Universal…
The vidgame industry got a taste of Hollywood as partner, competitor and protester while gathered in downtown L.A. for the annual E3 confab last week.
Time Warner and Comcast filed a formal request with the Federal Communications Commission for review and approval of their proposed acquisition of bankrupt cabler Adelphia.
Wal-Mart Stores said Thursday that it will pull the plug on its online DVD rental service and refer its existing subscribers to Netflix. The retail giant will continue to promote Netflix on the DVD…