After years of effort and billions of dollars of investment, Microsoft has landed its first major TV deal.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped DreamWorks topper Jeffrey Katzenberg, producers Laura Ziskin and John Wells, and Yahoo! chief Terry Semel for its honorary awards.
After years of licensing tracks from the major labels, vidgame giant Electronic Arts is getting into the music biz. Company is launching a music publishing venture in conjunction with Cherry Lane…
Clear Channel Radio is making a significant investment in its online operations in a bid to compete more aggressively in the thriving Internet music space.
The MPAA followed through on its legal threats Tuesday, filing civil suits against what sources confirmed were slightly more than 200 alleged Internet film pirates.
The U.S.-Australia free-trade agreement looks set to come into effect Jan. 1 after the Oz government agreed Monday to address U.S. concerns that the pact did not introduce sufficient safeguards to…
Its crown as top cable newsie is long gone, but CNN is still the king of Web news, an advantage the network hopes to widen and translate into more viewers of its television newscasts.
Welcome to Hollywood, Microsoft. Helmer-scribe Roger Avary, a one-time collaborator with Quentin Tarantino, sued the tech giant for $30 million on Monday, claiming its Xbox "Yourself!Fitness'' title…
As it continues to battle Hollywood in Congress and the courts, peer-to-peer company Grokster is launching its first service that doesn't enable piracy, an online radio network.
Dow Jones is paying $519 million to acquire financial news Web site MarketWatch and plans to end its licensing agreement with CBS. Acquisition ends a heated bidding war for the Netco that included…
Marvel has sued a Korean gaming company in Los Angeles federal court in connection with a "massively multiplayer" online game that allows players to create "heroes" that resemble Marvel comic…