A year removed from a bruising, unsuccessful campaign for re-election to Congress, James E. Rogan is the new director of the government's Patent and Trademark Office. He also holds the title of…
Having whipped the DVD hackers in federal court, the studios now hold a strong legal hand in combating digital piracy.
Online behemoth America Online said Friday it has accumulated a staggering 33 million subscribers for its Internet access business, adding roughly 1 million new members in the past month alone.
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Universal Pictures Germany has acquired a package of 29 titles from German indie Senator Entertainment for DVD/video for German speaking territories.
Yahoo! CEO Terry Semel received a bonus from Internet users this Christmas. Despite industrywide predictions of depressing online sales this holiday, portal giant Yahoo! on Wednesday reported an 86%…
EchoStar Communications will invest at least $1 billion in DirecTV's high-speed Internet platform Spaceway, dispelling analysts' predictions that it was about to cut back on satellite Internet…
The Middle East's film industry is losing $15 million every year due to video piracy, according to statistics from the video distributors of American and Egyptian films.
The government has forbidden parallel imports of pics on video and DVD for nine months after their international release.
Don't get too used to all those embellishments on DVD versions of your favorite films. Many video vets believe such extra material could start to disappear thanks to escalating costs and demands by…