As studios and the MPAA do detective work to figure out the source of films popping up on the Internet, prexy Frank Pierson vowed that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will act as judge…
Amsterdam-TV2 Interaktiv, the interactive arm of Norway's biggest commercial television outfit, TV2, has inked a Web TV partnership agreement with Norwegian telco Telenor.
The U.S., China and Russia turned on a new broadband Internet connection Tuesday designed to transmit huge quantities of scientific data.
Authorities in the U.K. seized 1.75 million pirate DVDs in 2003, five times more than the previous year.
"Seabiscuit" has raced to another milestone, this time on DVD. The homevideo version of the multiple Golden Globe, DGA and Producers Guild nominee has sold 6.5 million copies and generated $135…
Microsoft's No. 2 vidgame exec, VP of game publishing Ed Fries, has ankled for undisclosed reasons.
In keeping with the strategy of the two companies to release many of their films very quickly to DVD, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has set a release date of March 9 for Revolution Studios'…
Miramax Home Entertainment is adding to its fast-growing market share in the distribution of DVD-premiere movies by acquiring North American rights to a computer-animated holiday film from Tundra…
Warner is mounting another simultaneous worldwide release for "The Matrix Revolutions," this time for the DVD version on April 6.
Germany's largest cable grid operator, Kabel Deutschland, has signed U.K. company Pace Micro as technical partner as it prepares to roll out new digital TV services.
A copy of the romantic comedy "Something's Gotta Give" that was sent to an Oscar voter has surfaced on the Internet, prompting a probe by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.