Journeying to Atlanta three weeks ago for an investors seminar hosted by Turner Broadcasting, a platoon of media analysts got bombarded with PowerPoint tributes to the high-octane performances of…
It turns out pirates like TV, too. The television biz is starting to tune in to the first signs that it's not just movies and music being downloaded online.
Christopher Tuffin and former NFL linebacker Glenn Cadrez have formed horror entertainment shingle BloodWorks and partnered with international consultancy the Steel Co. to produce, finance and…
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" worked its magic for No. 1 vidgame publisher Electronic Arts last quarter as the hit game adaptation helped drive strong earnings.
Blighty is unlikely to switch off analog TV signals and move to digital before 2012 at the earliest.
For Blockbuster, things are going to get worse before they get better. Sales and profits will continue to slip at the troubled vid rental chain as it spends $90 million this year to salvage a…
Apple has finally agreed terms with European indie record labels to sell their repertoire on its iTunes music store.
Now that Sony/Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has landed domestic DVD distribution rights to "Fahrenheit 9/11," studio is facing the wrath of some of same Republicans who went after Michael Moore…
Comcast and Disney inked an online distribution deal, proving the companies can work together despite a nasty takeover battle that ended three months ago.
Driven in large part by sales of titles based on "Spider-Man 2" and "Shrek 2," vidgame publisher Activision reported a 33% jump in revenue and nearly tripled its net income in the second quarter.
New technology that filters sex, violence and smut out of movies is one step closer to securing Congress' seal of approval.