Sony Corp. of America has upped Phil Wiser to chief technology officer and put him atop two new divisions charged with coordinating company's strategy in digital media, where it has so far been a…
Senegalese helmer Ousmene Sembene's "Moolaade" was named the year's top foreign pic in Web site IndieWire's annual poll of North American crix, fest programmers and journos.
While the major stock indexes showed modest gains in 2004 -- the S&P is up 9.1%, the Dow 3.6% -- investors who picked the right entertainment stocks this year can party like it's 1999.
Forget DVD -- that was the unmistakable message from film and TV companies during two weeks of negotiations with SAG and AFTRA earlier this month.
Nothing heats up the dead of winter like a good video -- or a good takeover battle. Vidchain giant Blockbuster threatened Tuesday to launch a $1 billion, all-cash hostile takeover of Hollywood…
Tuning In: This time next year, Howard Stern will be weeks away from his satellite radio debut. And despite understandable doubts about even hardcore fans' willingness to pay for hearing him ogle…
Indie producer and distributor Haydenfilms is launching an online short film festival aimed at giving filmmakers a chance to unveil works for industry pros.
It was a happy holiday for satellite radio, as Sirius and XM both beat their year-end subscriber projections with holiday sales figures revealed Monday.
Move over, Rupert Murdoch. A new breed of pay TV entrepreneur is making waves across Europe and causing old-style media services to sit up and take note. The best known of these is Britain's…
British box office is up 7% in 2004. DVD sales rose 46% by volume in the first nine months, far outstripping any other European territory. The U.K.'s pay TV market is the second largest in the world.
Blockbuster tried Wednesday to take some of the joy out of Christmas for rival Netflix by again slashing the price of its online rental subscription, this time to just $14.99 a month.
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