Despite the industry's unstable state, Internet and technology companies are counting more than ever on the National Assn. of Broadcasters to introduce their services to representatives from the…
Washington policy and politics will once again headline the annual meeting of the National Assn. of Broadcasters, which runs April 21-26 in Las Vegas.
The date may have changed, but when the National Assn. of Broadcaster's kicks off its annual confab in Las Vegas this week, the 115,000 industryites expected to attend shouldn't be surprised to see…
Interactive television: two words, 2,000 interpretations. We've elicited four. EV asked experts their thoughts on iTV, and the replies covered a host of issues and forecasts.
In certain geeky circles, a mention of Orlando, Fla., is still met with laughter -- and not because of the 2000 election.
DemoGraFX, a digital video compression technology venture, has raised $10 million in financing from Baker Capital.
Jupiter Telecommunications, Japan's leading MSO, has doubled its subs to 978,000, compared with last year.
In the wake of a softening economy, Internet sports company SportsLine.com announced it is lowering its near-term revenue projections and is cutting U.S. staff 15%-20%. It said sales people would not…
In the annals of Roman spectacles, there are few sequences more exciting and dramatic than the bitter struggle between Kirk Douglas and Woody Strode in the private arena of Peter Ustinov's gladiator…
Blockbuster is raking in the profits, spurred by strong international revenue and growing DVD sales. The Dallas-based video rental giant, which is 80% owned by Viacom, said Thursday that revenue for…