High-definition TV service HDNet said it will offer upcoming coverage of National Hockey League games and the Breeders' Cup horse-racing series.
The market for massively multiplayer online games, long comprised of a handful of titles, is filling up quickly this fall. The latest entries include, in a manner of speaking, two of the oldest games…
Mordor and Minas Tirith never had battles like the one unleashed on store shelves this week, when two different "Lord of the Rings" vidgames debuted from competing publishers.
The Walt Disney Co. has partnered with Microsoft to create a private-labeled version of the MSN Internet service featuring a Mouse House facade and kid-safe content.
The entertainment biz put corporate leaders on notice in an open letter Thursday: stamp out online piracy over your computer networks or face the long arm of copyright law.
Vidgame publisher THQ said net income jumped 50% in the third quarter, and revenue was up 43% compared with the same period last year.
"Monsters, Inc." has sold a whopping 13 million units worth $250 million on DVD and VHS internationally, underlining the rapid growth of DVD overseas.
Telepictures Prods. has begun making video highlights of its two TV shows "Extra" and "Celebrity Justice" available through wireless networks run by Mazingo.net
Netco Listen.com is set to announce an agreement to offer CD-burning of select digital tracks from Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group, as part of online subscription service Rhapsody.
Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment has upped Emmanuelle Borde to VP of studio content for its Sony Pictures Integrated Network, which handles online marketing for the company's various entertainment…
German giant Bertelsmann will close its online bookseller, BOL. BOL's 50 employees have been told that the company, launched in 1999 to rival Amazon, will be dissolved by year's end.