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.
Wall Street may be getting the jitters about Blockbuster again. As the vid chain moves into its peak holiday rental season, at least two investment banks have posted warnings that the chain's…
China has developed a video compression spec, according to Chinese media reports, as the shopping season leading up to Chinese New Year, Jan. 21, looms.
At Mifed, most Spanish distribbers spent more on espresso than on films. So what else is new?
"The Office" is sparse on extras, offering only 50 minutes of added material. But for those of us who can't get enough of the show, every minute counts. One disc in the BBC Video package contains all…
Yvonne Ridley, the former Daily Express journalist and veteran Fleet Streeter who was captured by the Taliban and subsequently converted to Islam, has been fired as editor of Al-Jazeera.net, the…
Rainer Werner Fassbinder named his essential trilogy after the Federal Republic of Germany ("Bundesrepublik Deutschland"). The films examine the post-WWII German economic miracle, or…