Discovery Networks has named longtime exec John Ford prexy of new media, overseeing the company's initiatives in high-def and interactive TV, its Web operations and video-on-demand services.
With a "soft launch" far from the dot-com hype that fueled its impetus, the Global Film School is finally reality: A formal rollout and expanded course offerings are coming this fall, almost three…
Joining the parade of studios exploiting their libraries of old and current TV series on DVD, Universal Studios Home Video has announced that it is preparing DVDs of "Law & Order" and "Baretta" for…
Free-music Web site Listen4Ever.com is having some serious trouble living up to its name, after the Recording Industry Assn. of America successfully pressured Internet service providers to pull the…
Cox Communications said it is rolling out a free, ad-supported video-on-demand channel for digital cable subscribers in San Diego, one of the first systems to use interactive ads rather than…
With its second Emmy in two years plus a Grammy win earlier this year, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs says his company's entertainment-friendly offerings are bearing fruit in the creative orchards of…
Upgraded RealOne streaming-media software, RealNetworks' first attempt at a do-everything media player, is being released today to consumers.
Internet users have flocked to the "Big Brother 3" peepfest in record numbers, according to Web site creators CBS and RealNetworks.
The latest in video evangelism is coming to South Carolina thanks to the Jesus Video Project, which says it's set to mail out its inspirational video to all 1.8 million households in the state during…
Infinite Space Systems has launched an online subscription-based broadband portal, Paselatino (www.paselatino.com), for Spanish-lingo markets.