Do you want fries with that disc? The Washington Post is reporting that McDonald's has installed DVD-rental kiosks outside 18 stores in test marketing conducted in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.
As far as Nielsen Media Research is concerned, digital TV can no longer be ignored. Nielsen announced Monday that it has purchased 3,000 digital receiver cards from Optibase.
It's not quite the same as a rotten "Q" rating, but Web site AmIAnnoying.com said Martha Stewart topped voting by 1.4 million visitors this past year for most annoying person.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" has sold more tickets through online vendor Fandango than any film in the service's three-year history.
Stronger broadcast signals and better receiving equipment should overcome reported reception problems with digital TV, avoiding the need for radical changes in the U.S. format, according to a report…
USA Interactive stood by its fourth-quarter financial forecast Monday, despite a warning from key ecommerce subsid Hotels.com that revenue and earnings for the quarter would come in well short of…
Mary Coller has bubbled up to senior VP and general manager of the SoapCity online site, reporting to Sony Pictures Digital's exec VP Patrick Kennedy.
After flirting with the idea of intervening in a case involving DVD copying, the U.S. Supreme Court has reversed course and will stay out of the case for now.
The most influential player in the movie biz this year will not be a producer, actor or studio exec. It will be a small, shiny object in a flat box. Since its introduction to consumers in 1997, the…
The legal battle over sanitized versions of Hollywood movies has heated up with a software supplier announcing it will file a countersuit against leading directors, the Directors Guild of America and…
Blockbuster's woes are clearly Netflix's gain. The online mail order DVD rental shop reported that it will exceed its own subscriber targets for 2002, with subs expected to end the year up 88% in the…