In an unusual twist, the only place the special edition of Dimension's "Spy Kids" will be offered for the foreseeable future is in movie theaters.
MTVi Group is scheduled to headline today's installment of a protracted U.S. Copyright Office proceeding that will determine how much broadcasters and Webcasters must pay in royalties to labels and…
The Securities and Exchange Commission has declared effective the planned merger of Internet company El Sitio and Hicks Muse-Cisneros Group joint venture Ibero-American Media Partners to form Claxson…
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Custom, the sought-after Canadian artist who recently ankled a long-term deal with Virgin Records amid a dispute with Virgin Records Group vice chairman Nancy Berry, has signed a new contract with…
The European Union is throwing its weight behind moves to establish a common standard for the burgeoning digital TV industry.
The first movie in the "Star Trek" franchise will become the first in the series to get special edition treatment on DVD when Paramount Home Entertainment introduces "Star Trek: the Motion Picture -…
In an effort to enhance its online music offerings, Brilliant Digital Entertainment has named Def Jam Entertainment topper and hip-hop icon Russell Simmons to its board of directors. Simmons has also…
Pioneering writer-director Preston Sturges once said "too much security is bad for art," and this became the motto not only of his full life and dazzlingly abrupt Hollywood career, but of his fourth…
After months of negotiations, Sony has formalized an agreement with four studio partners on its Internet-based movie-on-demand service.
Creative Planet on Wednesday laid off 26 people, leaving 80 employees at the software company that once had more than 300 in its ranks.