Warner Bros. is in discussions with Netflix to use a limited amount of the studio's content for a test of a video-on-demand system. Deal would mark a notable step toward the online DVD shop's…
Sony confirmed it's giving a leg up to its Blu-ray high-definition DVD format by integrating it into the next generation of its PlayStation game console, expected to launch in 2006.
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EchoStar is looking to raise $1 billion through a debt offering as it returns cash to shareholders by buying back billions of dollars of stock. The owner of No. 2 satcaster Dish Network offered the…
Online advertising grew nearly 43% to $2.37 billion in the second quarter, a jump driven by increased spending on paid search results at such popular search engines as Yahoo! and Google.
America Online is partnering with Entertainment Weekly for an original Internet skein about the week in television.
With time running out on Congress' 2004 legislative calendar, technology companies and public-interest groups are desperately fighting any motion on the sweeping antipiracy bill known as the Induce…
German police arrested four peopleThursday after a year-long probe of what is estimated to be Europe's largest illegal Internet film downloading service.
The governator doesn't want anyone on the state payroll using government computers to illegally trade movies and music online.
Byron Allen has created a homevideo division for his Entertainment Studios company and plans to release his popular syndicated programming on DVD.
Looking to capitalize on the suddenly hot market for nonfiction programming, New York documakers Steve Carlis and Steven Rosenbaum and their CameraPlanet Pictures have signed a joint venture deal…
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