In a move targeted to promote consumers' embrace of Internet movie ticketing, operators of two of the biggest such Web sites have agreed to combine their offerings.
Italy's Senate has ruled that all terrestrial analog broadcasting must go digital by the end of 2006, making it the first country in Europe to fix a deadline.
XM Satellite Radio breathed a sigh of relief Sunday, as it successfully launched the first of its two planned satellites into space.
SBS Broadcasting chairman and CEO Harry Evans Sloan says the company has no plans to abandon new-media enterprises though SBS nearly doubled its losses in 2000, mainly due to its investment in…
Netcasters AtomFilms and Shockwave are expected to officially pull the covers off of their newly formed AtomShockwave Corp. today, announcing a management structure, a plan to become profitable by…
Dimension has acquired "Duke Nukem: The Movie," a project based on the vidgame franchise that's already generated nearly $1 billion, from multimedia giant Threshold Entertainment.
German software company media[netCom] has been granted an international patent for its Cinema-on-Demand technology by the European patent office.
Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment has inked a production deal with online gamemaker WildTangent to create original properties for the Web sites of its upcoming pics. Deal also includes an…
Roger Smith: It's Only Money
Some epics improve over the years, others wither on the vine; Fox's 1963 "Cleopatra," splendidly revived on DVD in its original theatrical version of 243 minutes (plus music), has curiously hung in…
"Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" exec producer Michael Davies has pacted with Jellyvision, creators of the hit CD-ROM "You Don't Know Jack," to develop a series based on the company's next computer…