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In a move that will prove reassuring to the movie industry, the FCC approved Thursday an anti-copying mechanism for set-top boxes to protect content as digital TV grows in popularity.
Sony will open the doors to its new Sony DVD Center Europe facility in Austria on Monday, ramping up its DVD production efforts in Europe.
Joe Fleischer is ankling his post as corporate veepee at MP3.com to become CEO of the music division at Netcaster iCast.
Netcaster Honkworm has tapped Carah von Funk as senior veep of corporate development. Von Funk will be responsible for developing strategic business and creative partnerships.
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Internet content company Digital Creative Development Corp. has inked a deal to acquire the rights to CineBlast Prods.' library of more than 20 indie pics.
A song on MP3.com that revealed fragments of the computer code used to break the encryption on DVDs was removed by the Internet company, which believes it may have been subject to legal action if the…