Having already inked deals with every major studio to promote films, Yahoo! is branching out to push TV shows.
Taking a cue from the U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives has put up a firewall making it nearly impossible for politicos and staffers to unwittingly -- or wittingly -- download pirated…
Less than two years ago only 7% of all the copies of Disney's "Tarzan" purchased for home video were DVDs.
Electronics maker SonicBlue has begun offering a monthly service charge as a payment option for buyers of its Replay personal video recorders.
Vivendi Universal Publishing will publish an interactive CD-ROM based on the summer's biggest TV hit, Fox's "American Idol."
RealNetworks said it is providing extended online excerpts of "7 Days in September," a feature docu about the Sept. 11 attacks and aftermath.
Sony Music Entertainment has signed a deal with Rockstar Games to release seven different soundtracks connected with the upcoming sequel to last year's bestselling vidgame "Grand Theft Auto 3."
Warner Home Video has signed a licensing agreement with Internet video-on-demand service CinemaNow that marks the first time the studio has made its films available for download to users' PCs.
Prepping the launch of its Internet-based video-on-demand service, Movielink has tapped IBM to provide the service's technology infrastructure.
Longtime, and long-dead, Japanese actor Yusaku Matsuda is still performing, only now it's as star of a hit vidgame.
His profile is more Indiana farmer than Indiana Jones, but vidgame maker Nintendo says its star character, Mario, has eclipsed Hollywood's finest when it comes to sales muscle.