Mitch Lazar, VP of wireless and emerging technology for Turner Broadcasting System International, is responsible for Turner's overall global business direction and strategy in the areas of wireless…
Perhaps no one is more bullish about the prospects for sports content than Mark Selby, the senior international VP in charge of the mobile division at sports-marketing powerhouse IMG/TWI.
Claire Tavernier, senior VP, interactive, FremantleMedia Licensing Worldwide, says mobile is now the fastest growing part of Fremantle's business and is quickly catching up with its online activities…
One of the biggest challenges facing media companies which seek to use the mobile medium is that the process is so complex.
North American DVD rights to "Easy Riders, Raging Bulls," Kenneth Bowser's feature doc about filmmaking mavericks in the 1970s, have been acquired by music and home entertainment company Shout…
A $75 million marketing partnership between MTV and Motorola, announced just over a year ago, is being extended to include content. MTV is to provide Motorola users with unique content to be embedded…
Is Hollywood to blame for the music industry's woes? According to market research group NPD, it's not just illegal downloads of electronic MP3 files that are eating into traditional music sales but…
Researchers at Harvard Business School and the U. of North Carolina have just completed the first direct study of file sharing's impact on CD sales and the news isn't good for the RIAA.
No. 2 U.S. vidtailer Hollywood Entertainment on Monday proved there's still investment appetite for the old-fashioned movie rental store biz, as it announced Monday an agreement to be acquired in a…
In a precedent-setting case, a Swedish businessman was sentenced last week by a Stockholm court to pay $55,000 to seven distributors for parallel import of American DVDs from the U.S. via Denmark.
The WB's "Everwood" is going where no primetime show has gone before, at least legally.