Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's Vulcan Ventures will invest $54 million for a one-third stake in Ziff-Davis' ZDTV cable channel.
AT&T threatened to back out of its $48 billion purchase of Tele-Communications Inc. if regulators block it from giving preferred status to its high-speed @Home service on the Internet.
In a preview of what the Internet can offer via high-speed cable modems, "The Last Broadcast" will premiere exclusively today over the Independent Film Channel's broadband Web site at 5 p.m. The…
Japanese electronics company Toshiba said on Friday that it will enter the European rental market for movies on digital videodiscs and DVD players with Europe's largest rental video chain operator…
TOKYO — Japan conducted its first test of digital terrestrial broadcast on Wednesday as Posts and Telecommunications Minister Seiko Noda took to the air in a broadcast sent from Tokyo Tower. Noda…
Manufacturers, movie studios and retailers are trying to make sure everyone has a DVD player on their holiday wish list.
The Internet is not pulling masses of viewers away from their TV sets -- at least not yet.
The producers of the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow underwater thriller "Deep Blue Sea" have opted to divide the visual f/x work among 14 tiny companies in an effort to reduce costs.
The 25th annual People's Choice Awards is making the leap to the Internet, allowing netizens for the first time to choose the final winners in the film, TV and music categories.
Disney Online has tapped Ken Goldstein as senior veep and general manager of its Disney.com and Disney Blast family Web sites.
British Interactive Broadcasting's consumer brand will be called Open, a name intended to convey the idea that the interactive TV service is "open for business."