The cable biz said Wednesday that it will begin carrying a handful of digital channels at no charge to broadcasters or cable nets, answering a call by Federal Communications Commission chair Michael…
In an effort to attract a wider base of consumers, TiVo, Inc. said Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with AOL Time Warner to offer America Online's instant messaging and live chat services…
RealNetworks has expanded an existing relationship with Sony to move its popular Internet audio and video playing software beyond the traditional PC and into other hardware devices. Sony has agreed…
Most of the country's TV stations will miss today's deadline to begin broadcasting digitally.
As the fledgling satellite radio industry races to woo a critical mass of new customers, the next battle will be for rivals to distinguish themselves -- from traditional radio and from each other -…
Paramount TV has jumped feet first into the subscription-video-on-demand business, selling exclusive rights to the Golden Oldie TV series "Gunsmoke" and "Combat!," plus 136 Western titles originally…
Vidgame publisher Midway Games has secured the exclusive license from DC Comics and Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create games based on the Justice League comicbook and animated TV series.
Animation house Vinton Studios ("The PJs") has acquired Celluloid Studios in a deal that broadens Vinton's production offerings beyond the 3D-animation style it's best known for.
Music Netco Tonos, which provides services and advice to developing artists, has inked a deal to distribute its wares across the massive user base of America Online.
Major labels EMI Group and Warner Music Group separately unveiled new online systems Wednesday to streamline and improve the way their music is licensed.
As if anyone needed the agency to declare the obvious, the U.S. General Accounting Office issued a report Friday, declaring that many of the nation's broadcasters won't meet the May 1 deadline to…
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