Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) is studying a plan to sell music over the Internet under which users would pay a fee to download music for recording onto minidisc, a Japanese daily reported Friday.
Former Sony Corp. of America CEO Michael Schulhof's legal tiff with European Internet startup World Online Intl. turned nasty Friday when the Dutch-based company filed suit in New York alleging that…
Europe's largest media company, Bertelsmann, will seek a public listing at the end of February for its joint venture Internet book sale unit, Barnesandnoble.com, according to German newsmag Der…
Munich-based media giants the Kirch Group and German cable gatekeeper Deutsche Telekom will join forces in the field of electronic media, with joint negotiations underway with Hollywood studios…
The record-setting Japanese animated feature "Princess Mononoke" is still clicking with Japanese auds, as its television debut on Jan. 22 scored ratings that had not been seen for 15 years.
Microsoft, the computer software giant, has made its second foray within a week into the European cable TV business, investing $300 million in United Pan-European Communications.
Columbia TriStar Interactive, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, has upped Ira Rubenstein to veep of marketing for the studio's online division.
FROM NATPEWith every TV station in America getting a digital TV channel, syndicators could see a resurgence in sales of their library product over the next few years.
Online ticketing service Tickets.com Inc., and Advantix Inc. on Wednesday merged their operations, creating a significant rival to the Barry Diller-owned Ticketmaster Online-CitySearch Inc.
Showtime Networks Inc. has picked up 28 episodes of the animated Internet-based sci-fi series "WhirlGirl" to begin airing on its online Web site in February.
Canadian studio production facilities provider Meier Worldwide Intermedia, on Monday, said it has partnered with producer Alexandra Rose ("Exit to Eden") to form Meier Rose Pictures.