Will Yahoo! finally discover Broadway? Viewers who click on the Web site can find movies, music, radio, TV. . .but no theater. That omission is about to change, according to Spotco, which has…
The struggling stocks of Netflix and TiVo got boosts Tuesday on reports that the two companies could soon hook up for a video-on-demand deal.
Florida is starting to recover from Hurricane Frances, as the state's media and communications industry tally up the damage. The state's theme parks closed for the last major travel weekend of the…
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The upcoming DVD release of the third season of "24" will include a mini-prequel that lays the groundwork for the drama's fourth season.
The future of the "Star Trek" universe on the big and small screens may be in doubt, but Viacom is boldly going forward with the franchise on the PC.
CBS is hoping dinner with "Survivor's" Rupert will get fans excited about its fall sked.
Sony Corp. of America is taking a more hands-on role in the development of technological platforms for its entertainment offerings. As part of a management restructuring at Sony Pictures Digital, the…
Disney is shifting directions with its Moviebeam wireless content delivery service, delaying a planned expansion and talking to partners about taking over the technology side of the biz.
Acclaim has had its last hurrah. Long-struggling vidgame publisher reached the likely end of the line Thursday as it filed for bankruptcy after failing to secure a deal for additional credit.
The WB is continuing its use of the Internet to promote its fall shows, working with affiliates to put the first full episode of a TV show legally on the Web.
The first full day of sales of "The Passion of Christ" on DVD resulted in about 4.1 million copies being purchased directly by consumers, according to Fox.