AOL Time Warner's board of directors voted Thursday to lose the "AOL" from the company name, removing the most public reminder of a merger that cost thousands of investors, many of them Time Warner…
Travis F. Smith: A Wide 'Net
Looking for a new method to monitor its members' royalties, ASCAP has launched a tracking service to monitor when recorded content is played across different media.
AOL Time Warner board's will likely vote to strike "AOL" from the conglom's name today in a formal acknowledgment that the young merger, which closed in early 2001, was a bust.
Don't count on music labels to stop suing college kids -- or 12-year-old girls -- anytime soon. Recording Industry Assn. of America prexy Cary Sherman Wednesday indicated the trade group plans to…
Home networking is about to get easier for movie studios and record labels fearful of piracy. Called Digital Transmission Content Protection over IP, the new standard uses already available wireless…
Dominant vidgame publisher Electronic Arts continues to back the online system of console PlayStation 2 over competitor Microsoft Xbox.
Yet another media giant is getting out of the videogame business.
CinemaNow got a leg up in its competition with studio-owned MovieLink as it signed a deal to offer new and classic films from Disney and subsid Miramax on its Internet video-on-demand service.
iTunes may be coming to PC users sooner than planned. Company had previously planned to launch iTunes for Windows later this year, citing the difficulties of negotiating licenses for the vastly…
AOL Time Warner has inked a deal to sell the NBA's Atlanta Hawks and the NHL's Atlanta Thrashers to a group of investors and local partners in a deal valued at about $250 million.