The Web sites on which they first appeared may be long gone, but programming created during Hollywood's obsession with online entertainment has found a new life on homevideo.
Bad news for the RIAA: Illegal downloads are up since the music org started its legal campaign against pirates in September. That's according to a new study by analysts at the NPD Group, which found…
Like the proud yet long-vanished way of life it meticulously documents, "The Edge of the World" grows on the viewer with a hardy fervor. This new DVD fills a pivotal homevid hole in the filmography…
TechTV, which reaches more than 43 million subscribers in the U.S. and whose content is seen in more than 70 million homes worldwide, has secured new licensing deals with broadcast and cable outlets…
French TV was slow to latch on to reality programming and the same goes for gay shows, which are practically non-existent on terrestrial webs.
The line has a familiar ring: Huge in Japan, big in Europe, a growing audience in the States. Usually it's an assessment of a hotshot guitarist or a tyro pop singer; nowadays it's the sound of a…
HONG KONG Asia's cable and satellite industries have begun to mature, with subscription numbers slowing, while the use of digital set-top boxes and tiered services is gradually increasing, according…
KOLKATA More and more U.S. and European production studios are outsourcing their animation programs to India.
JOHANNESBURG South Africa's only independent terrestrial broadcaster, e.tv, is set to become profitable five years after its launch, according to majority shareholder Hosken Consolidated Investments…
JOHANNESBURG The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) wants to raise caps on foreign investment in local broadcasters to drive growth.
It looked like a sure thing for the USA Network.