Just as the cable industry is losing out to satellite companies for TV subscribers, the biz is facing tougher competition from broadband Internet as well.
Entertainment technology and media services firm Deluxe has acquired DVD production services company Softitler.
ShoPro Entertainment of San Francisco, a global licenser specializing in animation, entertainment production and merchandising, has signed Madrid-based brand management company Elastic Rights to…
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After 20 years at the helm of AAV, Australia's largest publicly listed digital media services group, Ted Gregory is retiring early 2005.
RealNetworks is firing a very public shot across the bow of competitor Apple with a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign promoting technology that allows its song to work on any digital music…
The team behind "Spy Hunter" is aiming for another vidgame adaptation. Producers Adrian Askarieh and Chuck Gordon have optioned "Psi-Ops" from publisher Midway, which also owns "Spy Hunter."
Almost three months before "Shrek 2" officially hits videostore shelves, DreamWorks Home Entertainment is scrambling to prevent illegal copies from swamping the market.
Specialty distrib TLA Releasing has closed homevid rights for two first time features, Pieter Kuijpers' crime thriller "Godforsaken" and Scottish helmer David Mackenzie's "The Last Great Wilderness."
File-swapping companies such as Kazaa, Morpheus and Grokster just can't get Congress off their backs. The the House Government Reform Committee is urging the Federal Trade Commission to investigate…
Jimmy Wang Yu was a little rusty when it came to his swordplay, but as he raised the broken sword above his head, you knew the "One-Armed Swordsman" was back, even after 37 years.
Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page were feeling lucky when they gave an interview to Playboy Magazine in April. But that interview could end up haunting the duo as the company readies an…