Consumers should be permitted to "opt out" of the information superhighway if they so desire, Rep. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said Thursday.
Videos are making big money for movie studios -- just look at sales for Disney's blockbuster "Aladdin." The outlook for the rental marketplace, however, is far less rosy.
Ameritech Corp., the slowest of the Baby Bell telephone companies to get on the infopike, announced plans Thursday to spend $ 4.4 billion to bring digital video to 6 million customers by the end of…
The musical synthesizer has been either a boon or a bane to people in Hollywood; it depends on whom you talk to.
John Malone has seen the future -- the telecommunications future, that is -- and it belongs to the behemoths. Malone, president and CEO of Tele-Communications Inc., told a luncheon gathering of…
DcT L.P., a new company founded by Gulf & Western Industries co-founder Jim Judelson, plans to unveil technology today that it says will allow cable companies to bring the infopike into homes without…
Seemingly ubiquitous comedian Jerry Seinfeld is looking to conquer yet another medium -- interactive multimedia on CD-ROM.
Redefining the role of the homevideo retailer and positioning stores to become major players in marketing emerging technologies were among the topics addressed during the Video Software Dealers Assn…
Antitrust laws must be toughened to ensure that cable TV operators and telephone companies don't thwart broadcasters and other program deliverers on the information superhighway, according to John…
The Clinton administration will probably add a second broadcast industry executive to a task force on how best to build the information superhighway, an administration staffer said Sunday.
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