A number of public-domain movies like "His Girl Friday," "Meet John Doe" and "Charade" are getting a new lease on life through digitally remastered prints on DVD, courtesy of the American Movie…
The Federal Communications Commission nudged the transition to digital and high-definition television a big step forward Wednesday, adopting rules to require compatibility between digital cable…
Wanted: 18-year-old males with broadband connections and a taste for Nickelback, Linkin Park and Eminem. According to research to be released today by market researcher NPD Group, the RIAA's Most…
Now it's personal. After years of suing the peer-to-peer networks that transmit pirated music, the RIAA is turning to file swappers themselves.
German law enforcement authorities have pulled the plug on one of the biggest film and software download servers worldwide, which has cost the local industry millions of dollars.
SAG has launched a probe into eBay auctions of 8-by-10 headshots of actors without the consent of thesps.
Vidgame publisher Take Two Interactive, maker of the blockbuster "Grand Theft Auto" franchise, has agree to purchase smaller competitor TDK Mediactive in a combined cash and stock deal worth…
F.W. Murnau's "Sunrise" is seeing daylight again. The 1927 silent drama, notable as the first and only Academy Award winner in the category of best picture, unique and artistic production, was a DVD…
Sony is getting into the online music game, making it the 11th such service set to launch in the next year.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of "Scarface" and promote a new DVD edition of the pic, Focus Features and Universal Pictures plan a limited release of the gangster film.
The Motion Picture Assn. is seeking a ban on the U.K. sale and distribution of software from U.S. company 321 Studios that enables users to circumvent the anti-copying protection on DVDs.
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