Music Netco Soundbreak.com is shifting its business model toward syndication, a move that execs hope will prevent the company from becoming another dot-com casualty.
The Recording Industry Assn. of America said Thursday that it has tapped courtroom vet Matthew Oppenheim to head up its powerful litigation department.
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News Corp. prexy-chief operating officer Peter Chernin urged book publishers Thursday to join Hollywood in lobbying Congress to extend copyright protection to all forms of content flowing over the…
The success of "Toy Story 2" in theatrical and video release boosted Pixar Animation Studios' fiscal 2000 earnings to more than $78.4 million, up from $49.2 million the previous year. For the fourth…
The number of homes surfing the Net via a high-speed connection jumped by 148% between December 1999 and December 2000, according to data released by Nielsen/NetRatings on Thursday.
The Recording Academy has teamed with IBM to produce the official Webcast of the 43rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Digital music site eMusic.com showed a net loss of $8.7 million for its fiscal second quarter, improving upon a loss of $8.4 million during the same time period last year.
MTVi Group has inked to license songs from Universal Music Group for use on MTVi's Radio.Sonicnet Webcasting service.
The League of American Theatres and Producers has announced the creation of the National Broadway Theatre Awards, to honor achievement in touring shows.
Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy Jack Valenti said Tuesday he is putting key lawmakers on notice that legislation might be needed to protect Hollywood from being Napsterized into financial ruin.