After years of getting pummeled in court by the entertainment biz, Internet file swappers are savoring a morsel of sweet revenge. In a stunning reversal of recent legal precedent, a federal judge on…
Vivendi Universal's vidgame unit held a coming-out party Thursday, presenting itself for the first time as a reorganized, unified company, rather than a haphazard collection of sometimes competing…
The American Film Institute kicked off its sixth year of workshops developing enhanced TV programming this week, and will take applications through May 23 for the five-month workshop process.
Chalk up another round for the record labels in their fight against online music piracy.
ABC News anchor Charles Gibson will host the 62nd George Foster Peabody Awards on May 19 at the Waldorf Astoria.
Milla Jovovich will star in the sequel to "Resident Evil" for Screen Gems and Constantin Film. Jovovich will reprise her role as the heroine who must search for ways to contain a deadly viral…
EMI is launching what it calls the biggest digital music initiative in Europe, offering more than 140,000 tracks for download from the Net from 3,000 EMI artists via third-party retailers using the…
If it wasn't for the Internet, Greg Dean Schmitz would probably still be a reference-librarian-cum-film-enthusiast in at the public library in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. But one day in 1997, Schmitz…
Napster may be dead and buried, but two of the big five majors are still looking for piracy payback from the defunct file-swapper's financial backers -- the two top execs at Silicon Valley…
The Washington state senate easily passed a bill that would impose a $500 fine on anyone selling children videogames that realistically depict violence against law enforcement personnel.
Apple Computer has slated April 28 as the date to officially take the wraps off its long-awaited digital music subscription service at the Moscone West convention hall in San Francisco.