Sony Music Entertainment and Vodafone announced the world's largest mobile operator-music company content distribution agreement on Monday.
Studio-backed video-on-demand service Movielink has signed its first partnership with a cable MSO, offering Internet movie rentals to Charter Communications' high-speed Internet subscribers.
From Los Angeles to London and beyond, the high-tech dream of switching off the analog TV signal by 2010 as every household goes digital looks set to become a nightmare for governments and regulators.
The U.S. government believes Cubans should see more of the U.S. on TV, and for years, Cubans have been happily complying -- cobbling together clandestine satellite systems to pick up everything from…
The ghost of 1985 hangs over the stalled Writers Guild negotiations with studios.
"THX 1138," the 1971 sci-fi film that started it all for George Lucas, has been digitally revised by the helmer and will be re-released theatrically in September.
Sony will offer musicvideos for download through its recently launched Connect online musicstore. Sony Corp. of America chairman-CEO Howard Stringer made the announcement at a recent news conference…
A key Republican pol laid down the law Thursday, threatening the studios and their legal opponent ClearPlay with legislation if they do not resolve their court battle in the next few weeks.
Now that the film biz is embracing day-and-date openings, DVD may start to embrace the trend, panelists at a Variety Cannes Conference Series panel session said Thursday morning.
Online musicstore Napster launched in the U.K. on Thursday and immediately drew derision from Web-based rivals who say it is too expensive.
"The Spot," one of the first Internet TV shows from the earliest days of the dot-com boom, is back -- this time on cell phones.