File-swapping Netco Grokster, eager for some legitimacy in the face of impending entertainment-industry lawsuits, will offer new software to let copyright holders do targeted marketing over the…
Just how much do consumers love their digital video recorders? How about enough to sue the entertainment industry for the right to continue using them to digitally record television shows on a…
Dallas-based music Netco Streamwaves has inked a nonexclusive licensing pact with Universal Music Group.
Intertainer has partnered with Italian-based new-media conglom Freedomland to create an Internet-based video-on-demand system for Netizens throughout Europe.
Hollywood's studios, the computer biz and TV makers have forged a fragile anti-piracy alliance that advocates maintain could ultimately save free over-the-air TV.
Shares of AOL Time Warner dipped nearly 5% Tuesday after Lehman Bros. analyst Holly Becker lowered her ad revenue estimates for embattled America Online.
IFilm has sold online script service ScriptShark.comto Hollywood Media. ScriptShark is now sharing resources with entertainment industry databases Baseline and FilmTracker out of the duo's Santa…
The Writers Guild of America West has placed its script registration service online as an alternative to the usual practices of mailing or walking in a script.
Warner Bros. is postponing the DVD/video release of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" in the Czech Republic, even though they are out in…
Barry Diller's USA Interactive made a $4.5 billion offer Monday to acquire the shares it doesn't already own of subsids Expedia, Ticketmaster and Hotels.com.