A federal judge Monday issued a permanent injunction against a Las Vegas company that sought money from directors and actors through a Website purportedly backed by the Directors Guild of America.
Lobbyists for the motion picture and recording industries are hoping the House will vote as early as Wednesday on changes to U.S. Copyright law necessary for adoption of two intellectual property…
Internet company Excite has tapped former adman and home-shopping trailblazer Fred Siegel to step in as senior vice president of marketing.
While DVD is slowly working its way into the minds of video users, the industry is still at work tending to the finer details.
German publisher Bertelsmann AG sold off a million of its America Online shares Wednesday, helping to drag the Internet stock down 10.4% to close at an even $100.
Although the merger between Ticketmaster Multimedia Holdings and CitySearch Inc. was completed only earlier this week, the resulting entity has already filed an initial public offering.
The cable industry has announced that it will log the nation's public libraries on to the Internet with free, high-speed access and high-tech modems that deliver words and images 100 times faster…
Signaling the important role the Internet will play in the marketing of its artists' albums, BMG Entertainment has expanded its online marketing arm and given oversight of the growing unit to…
The ever expanding Japanese electronics giant Sony Corp. said Wednesday it plans to form a data communication service with Toyota Corp. and a domestic Internet provider called IIJ.
Synthonics Technologies, a Southern California-based software firm, has developed a method for converting standard motion picture footage into 3-D, stereoscopic film. The company plans to license the…
The convergence of television and digital technology will meet again early next year with the debut of products from newly formed Tivo Inc., which has announced plans to release in January a new type…