Shooting People, a free networking website for independent filmmakers started in the U.K., has launched in Gotham.
Sharing little in common with its original iteration besides the name, Napster has given up its P2P roots and is joining the crowded legal digital music space.
The Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting has teamed with real estate firm Douglas Elliman to launch online service Locations.
Video recording purveyor TiVo breathed a sigh of momentary relief Wednesday. Company shares soared nearly 12% as it announced a promotional deal with Fox Entertainment and named DirecTV chief Eddy…
Wall Street is feeling bullish about the video rental biz in the third quarter. On Wednesday, the No. 3 vidtailer said higher-than-expected revenue for the quarter ended Oct. 5 would push net…
Record labels and Internet music-swapping sites clashed again this week as the two sides struggle to gain the upper hand in their battle over piracy.
Travis F. Smith: A Wide 'Net
For Californians looking for results from the election, it turned out all-news cablers Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC were actually the best options.
Sony has unveiled the next generation of its PlayStation console, combining a videogame unit with a TV tuner, hard drive with TiVo-like capabilities, DVD burner and digital music and photo manager.
Consumers spent $65 million buying the homevideo version of "2 Fast 2 Furious" during its first week in stores.
A slice of good news for troubled Gemstar-TV Guide jacked up the stock by nearly 14% on Tuesday as the News Corp.-controlled company announced a licensing and distribution agreement with Time Warner.