It's been a long and heavy slog, but Time Warner said Wednesday it's about to close the book on a record 2½-year probe by federal authorities with two settlements worth a total of $510 million.
Sick of boring in-flight movies and music? Handing out a holiday gift to the flying masses, the Federal Communications Commission voted Wednesday to allow wireless high-speed Internet service on…
Time Warner will announce today a $500 million settlement with the Dept. of Justice, according to news reports late Tuesday night. The settlement would end a two-and-a-half year probe by regulators…
Carl Icahn wants Blockbuster and Hollywood Video to merge. To that end, the billionaire corporate raider on Tuesday acquired about 9.9 million shares of Blockbuster, inserting himself squarely in the…
MTV Networks is gearing up to launch a series of digital channels targeting different Asian-American populations living in the U.S.
A new type of DVD, called HDVD, has appeared on China's black market, further aggravating the DVD piracy problem.
Sandra Schulberg's Phobos Entertainment has picked up all media rights to Ursula K. Le Guin's sci-fi novel "The Left Hand of Darkness."
Sirius subscribers will have to wait until 2006 for the racy chatter of Howard Stern, but they'll be able to cozy up with Robert Evans for two hours on Fridays beginning in February.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear the appeal from the MPAA, the Recording Industry Assn. of America and the National Music Publishers Assn. of an Appeals Court decision declaring…
Sundance Channel Home Entertainment next year will begin distributing its new releases and catalog titles via Hart Sharp Video, which recently had its biggest hit with Sundance Film Festival winner…
Spidey is swinging to a cell phone near you. Marvel Enterprises has become the first major media company to sign a worldwide multiyear deal for all its mobile publishing rights, partnering with…