Mobile phone giant Orange has entered a ground-breaking partnership with the U.K.'s leading distributors and exhibitors to promote cinema-going in Britain.
The number of pirated CDs, DVDs and cassettes seized on European Union borders plummeted from 40 million in 2001 to 12 million in 2002, according to new EU figures.
Apple has released updated versions of its Final Cut, DVD Studio Pro and Shake applications for media professionals.
A&E Networks has signed a deal with online media technology company Trusted Media Networks to offer content on its Web sites for channels including A&E, the Biography Channel and the History Channel.
ABC News is joining the programming lineup of the recently launched MobiTV service, offering its original Internet content from ABCNews.com to mobile phone users.
Movielink, the video-on-demand Web site co-owned by five studios, has signed another major deal with an Internet service provider to promote it to subscribers.
Consumer spending on Internet content continues to grow in 2003, but for the first time in several years it's being outpaced by online advertising.
The British Film Institute is opening up its vast archive of footage, stills and information and making it available online. The site cost $3.4 million to set up and additions are in the works. The…
Michael Jackson, addressing his fans directly via a new Web site, said the child molestation allegations made against him are "predicated on a big lie" and he will be exonerated in court.
Online content and technology company RealNetworks is bringing its RealOne Internet subscription service to AT&T Wireless users.