The Recording Industry Assn. of America is cracking down on online music pirates, but one senator is investigating whether its legal tactics have gone too far.
Win or lose in the California gubernatorial recall election on Oct. 7, Arnold Schwarzenegger will have something to offer his fans a month later: the DVD release of "Terminator 3: Rise of the…
Germany's music industry has cleared the path for a joint internet music platform as an alternative to the file swap web services operating on legally undefined grounds.
Hong Kong Broadband Network has launched a pay TV service via broadband, allowing subscribers to watch programs on TV sets or on computers.
The U.K. film community is setting up a anti-piracy taskforce under the chairmanship of distrib Nigel Green.
America Online has asked the Bush administration to exclude its 7,000 volunteer chatroom monitors from the jurisdiction of federal labor laws.
Suddenly, the future of television in Japan looks very different from just a year ago.
The Smoking Gun brand is cocked and fully loaded, and now poised to be a key part of Court TV's new investigative identity.
Much like the building itself, the Web site of the Museum of Television & Radio is open, airy, and not altogether easy to get into. But get yourself past the front page, with its browser…
Qwest Communications has allied with Sony Pictures Digital Networks in a bid to add subscribers to its broadband Internet service.
Sony Computer Entertainment is launching a new Web site for its 989 Sports brand in hopes of getting a leg up in the fiercely competitive sports videogame market. New site, 989sportsonline.com, will…