China Mobile, the country's largest mobile phone operator, has unveiled a surprise raft of fee and subscription policy changes that are expected to harm the growth of the content market in China at a…
ESPN will make Genius Products the exclusive distributor of the sports net's home entertainment content in North America. Move effectively houses ESPN's homevid content in one place.
EchoStar Communications has entered into an agreement to run a selection of films from the upcoming Montreal World Film Festival on its Dish Network.
Angelina Jolie has chosen her first post-baby project, signing on to voice a role in DreamWorks Animation's "Kung Fu Panda."
A federal judge in Denver has ordered four companies to stop selling cleaned-up versions of Hollywood films, finding that the practice violates federal copyright law.
It may be of small comfort to Steve Jobs, but France's recent ruling against Apple was nothing personal.
From the sober-minded newspaper to the frivolous lifestyle mag, there's one buzzword among print media these days: video.
Mobile TV in South Korea has passed the 1 million subscriber mark seven months after the launch of the service.
CNN Intl. on Saturday became the first foreign channel to stream live to Korean mobile users. In a deal with Korea's largest communications company, SK Telecom, CNN Intl.'s live 24-hour service is…
Sundance Channel has signed a deal that will make 18 movies and three TV-series episodes from the "First Amendment Project" available for sale or rental on Google Video.
Universal Pictures U.K. has teamed with music download company Wippet to offer U.K. consumers a download-to-own film service.
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