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The WB's new fall series "Jack and Bobby" won't debut on TV. Instead, Frog and Warner Bros. TV have signed a deal with corporate sibling America Online to have the series premiere online.
Cellular TV distributor MobiTV has added NBC News and Fox Sports to its lineup. Currently available to Sprint PCS subscribers, MobiTV launched in late 2003 with live feeds of 15 TV networks including…
Internet video-on-demand company CinemaNow has raised $11 million in a fourth round of funding. CinemaNow is the second biggest online VOD company behind the five-studio joint venture Movielink.
Not a minute too soon for the music industry, online sales are poised for a major expansion, fueled by steady growth in iPods and other digital devices.
Google's upcoming blockbuster IPO should generate a cash and valuation windfall for Time Warner. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Monday, the Internet search phenom said it was aiming…
Journeying to Atlanta three weeks ago for an investors seminar hosted by Turner Broadcasting, a platoon of media analysts got bombarded with PowerPoint tributes to the high-octane performances of…
It turns out pirates like TV, too. The television biz is starting to tune in to the first signs that it's not just movies and music being downloaded online.
Christopher Tuffin and former NFL linebacker Glenn Cadrez have formed horror entertainment shingle BloodWorks and partnered with international consultancy the Steel Co. to produce, finance and…
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" worked its magic for No. 1 vidgame publisher Electronic Arts last quarter as the hit game adaptation helped drive strong earnings.
Blighty is unlikely to switch off analog TV signals and move to digital before 2012 at the earliest.
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