Digital distribution of music on the Internet emerged as the most compelling Midem 1998 issue by Wednesday, the last complete day of business, with initially ambivalent indie record companies…
Special effects house Digital Domain, having just spawned co-founder James Cameron's massive f/x entity known as "Titanic," has realized a pair of byproducts from the association: a new f/x house -…
CBS Corp. may be a little late getting to the Internet, but at least it's taking a new tack on media Web sites. The network announced Tuesday it is partnering with Silicon Valley heavyweight Oracle…
EXCLUSIVEPhotography giant Eastman Kodak has developed a new hybrid film for use specifically with one of film's most demanding shots: "traveling matte" shots that use a green or blue screen in back…
Knowledge Universe, an edutainment content provider recently founded by Oracle Corp. chieftain Larry Ellison and ex-Wall Street darling Michael Milken, is staffing up at its L.A. headquarters.
As was long expected, microchip colossus Intel Corp. announced Monday the launch of its Quick Web technology, which should allow low-speed Net users to surf with the fastest of them.
The giant Dutch electronics firm Philips has received an order for state-of-the-art digital broadcast gear worth $5 million from the Paramount Stations Group.
A multinational multicorporation panel convened to design a set of DVD standards to which they will all adhere is going above and beyond the call of duty.
Variety has launched its Internet site --- www.variety.com --- after six months of development.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. said Thursday it will enter the portable digital videodisc (DVD) market in February with the world's smallest DVD player.
Variety has launched its Internet site -- www.variety.com. The site went wide Jan. 12, offering electronic content in the image of Daily Variety's print edition. Select stories from weekly Variety…