For Wall Street, the show is back in showbiz. Media stocks may still be soft but the whiff of the new is in the air. That meant an SRO crush of dark suits and Blackberries at Goldman Sachs' annual…
The first device that lets you carry a movie in your pocket was, first and foremost, made to play videogames. But a mere six months after Sony launched its PlayStation Portable, its movie-playing…
With a wave of its little antennae, the small but mighty cell phone is ready to change the way Hollywood promotes its film and TV properties to audiences. Major wireless carriers Cingular, Sprint and…
Got a spare minute? Take out your phone and check out a clip from your fave latenight talkshow, then view video highlights from the concert you caught the night before and still have a hangover from…
Now that increasing numbers of the 195 million wireless subscribers in the U.S. can get more than just calls on their cell phones, the question of what form entertainment content will take is…
Although campus officials claim headway against illegal file-sharing, two congressmen will soon request a federal study of precisely what universities are doing to combat peer-to-peer piracy by…
Two highly targeted niche operators in the media conglom world who have recently faced business challenges unveiled similar growth strategies Thursday at the Goldman Sachs media confab in Manhattan.
On the eve of its first year as a publicly quoted standalone company, DreamWorks Animation is getting more animated, but at a more measured pace.
IAC chairman-CEO Barry Diller put the accent on the recently acquired AskJeeves search portal as "the glue" that could hold all the company's other services together.
Comcast chairman-CEO Brian Roberts wants to experiment with scheduling theatrical movies on pay-per-view simultaneously with their debut in the multiplexes.
Rupert Murdoch won't say just how much he plans to spend on the Internet -- a boiling passion of late -- but he clearly doesn't want to be hemmed in by the $2 billion figure he'd publicly discussed.