Starting Tuesday, Internet file-swappers began getting some unexpected personal correspondence on their screens from the record industry, advising them to stop posting copyrighted music on the Web…
Europe must work harder to prevent pay TV, radio and Internet piracy, according to a report published Tuesday by the European Union.
Online movie seller CinemaNow is finishing April with a roar, signing a deal with MGM to distribute its titles in both downloadable and streaming form over the Internet.
The popular pitching section of the Hot Docs Canadian Intl. Documentary Festival, presently unspooling in Toronto, is to be beamed on the Internet as the outbreak of SARS has kept many international…
Amid anticipation from music insiders and techies alike, Apple finally took the wraps off a new digital music service on Monday that it hopes will bolster the company's user base and lure music fans…
MSNBC.com and the Washington Post, which owns Newsweek, have renewed their alliance to share news material and technological and promotional resources.
Holland's hottest small- and bigscreen director Johan Nijenhuis is ringing the changes.
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.