DVD sales of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" passed the magic 1 million mark in Japan, the first DVD to do so, just 14 days after its May 15 release, Warner Home Video Japan announced…
Despite mounting criticism over its scorched-earth tactics in dealing with online file swappers, the music industry isn't letting up in its campaign to sue would-be pirates out of existence. Last…
South Africa's film and video industry professional associations have linked up to create what is poised to be a powerful lobbying group.
Cabler NTL has bought the customer database of collapsed terrestrial paybox ITV Digital.
Warner Bros. is set to make its first foray into the burgeoning online gaming world with a pay-to-play game version of its film franchise "The Matrix."
The number of digital pay TV subscribers in South Africa continues its strong growth as viewers migrate from M-Net's analog service to the DSTV digital satellite service.
Hollywood's becoming a serious gamer. That's because after years of viewing vidgames as merely a quick and easy way to promote a product, along the lines of toys, clothes and fast food tie-ins…
Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft think that connecting their gaming consoles to the Internet should boost future revenues, but the trio have at least one serious obstacle to overcome first -- an apparent…
The entertainment industry's legal assault on Kazaa, the Dutch firm that runs one of the most popular online file-sharing networks, may have worked a little too well.
With a horror franchise in mind, DreamWorks has picked up exclusive film rights to horror vidgame "Fatal Frame" from Japanese game publisher Tecmo.
An antitrust suit that charges several Hollywood majors with conspiring with Blockbuster against indie vidtailers and fixing wholesale vid rental prices is going to trial.