A Connecticut company has filed suit in a Delaware federal court against Movielink, alleging that the studio-backed online movie service has infringed on its patents on technology to deliver media…
Could Apple, the maverick tech company with the "think different," be the one to get the ailing music biz to do just that by acquiring the Universal Music Group?
The lessons of war are still being written in Iraq, but the Iraqis themselves -- including dictator Saddam Hussein -- have apparently been studying up at the local equivalent of Blockbuster for their…
Investors applauded Thursday as Barry Diller's USA Interactive snapped up all the shares of online-reservation service Hotels.com it didn't already own in a $1.1 billion stock swap, cementing the…
Veteran marketing maven Lisa Gregorian has been named to the newly created position of senior VP, television, Warner Bros. Marketing Services, and will report directly to Bruce Rosenblum, exec VP of…
Warner Bros. is releasing four Barbra Streisand titles on DVD for the first time.
The global music industry continues to watch sales plummet and regardless of what is in the marketplace, the blame remains squarely on digital pirates.
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Vidgame publisher Electronic Arts settled a lawsuit against a group of former Los Angeles employees whom it accused of swiping material from its bestselling "Medal of Honor: Frontline" title when…
Nearly 60 million films were burned onto CDs in Germany last year, according to a survey published Tuesday by the German Federal Film Board (FFA), adding to already mounting fears about piracy.
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