Illegal downloading of films via the Internet may not be the financial catastrophe many fear, at least not for some time.
Toppers from Germany's major broadcasters on Monday signed an agreement for the introduction of digital TV technology in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
After redefining the dysfunctional family drama with "Capturing the Friedmans," director Andrew Jarecki is pushing the boundaries of the DVD format with a double disc set of his documentary feature…
French TV and film producers can thank a hike in video sales for maintaining levels of public funding for production next year.
In one of the fastest online re-broadcasts of an entertainment TV show, Yahoo! Movies is offering streams of AMC's film industry talkshow "Sunday Morning Shootout" immediately after it airs.
The Recording Industry Assn. of America launched a second wave of lawsuits last week against individuals it suspects of using peer-to-peer networks illegally to swap at least 1,000 music files on the…
After close to three years of being pressed by foreign licensing agencies for payments due on compression standards like MPEG-4, Chinese authorities have announced that they are on the verge of…
Court TV has tapped production shingle K2 Pictures for net's second "Smoking Gun TV" special.
As digital music services continue to sprout online, Warner Music and BMG took first steps toward extending the business to mobile phones, agreeing to use a new anti-piracy technology that allows…
Digital music service Emusic has been sold by Vivendi Universal to private equity group Dimensional Associates for an undisclosed sum. Sale is reportedly part of efforts by Vivendi to unload its…
In a bid to use the Web to provide more comprehensive ratings information to parents, PSVRatings is launching this week with a new system to communicate levels of profanity, sex and violence.