The Recording Industry Assn. of America's latest legal dragnet aimed at curbing online music piracy caught 69 individuals using university Internet connections to swap songs illegally.
DVD distrib Anchor Bay Entertainment U.K. is moving into theatrical releases, kicking off with four horror titles similar to those that have made its DVD sales a success.
Financially troubled German cabler PrimaCom has launched a 22-channel digital TV platform that includes movie, video-on-demand, erotic and foreign-language outlets.
Sony Music's licensing division has set up a Web site to provide potential partners with access to its entire library of more than 100 years worth of music.
Digital music store MusicNet is making its first move into what many in its space have identified as one of the biggest potential markets: college campuses.
The one-hour season finale of "Friends" will be out on DVD on May 11 -- just five days after the episode airs on NBC.
Wireless gaming company In-fusio, the largest mobile game publisher in Europe, is opening a Los Angeles office to grow its ability to license Hollywood properties to fuel its expansion into the…
Just for Variety - GOOD MORNING: Does anyone out there have a color copy of the 1957 CBS "Rodgers & Hammerstein's 'Cinderella" starring Julie Andrews? R&H, PBS and Julie have entered into a deal to…
Females may be the largely ignored minority in the world of videogames, but a pair of teenage girls have recently drawn the attention of publisher Acclaim.
The second person to be arrested for pirating a leaked Oscar screener pleaded guilty to criminal copyright infringement Monday, as authorities revealed that the illegal copy of "Big Fish" he was…