Homevideo giant Blockbuster Entertainment swung to a sizable loss in the first quarter of 2002 as a hefty $1.82 billion accounting charge took its toll, but sales and cash flow both climbed during…
Jeffrey Calman has been promoted to executive vp, video-on-demand and pay-per-view at Warner Home Video.
Yahoo has tapped Daniel Rosensweig, prexy of CNET Networks, as its new chief operating officer, replacing Jeffrey Mallet, who announced his resignation in January.
The Federal Communications Commission ruled Tuesday that wireless cable is a go, and that companies will be allowed to share some of the air space previously reserved for satcasters.
A distributor of DVD copying software is asking a federal court to declare its product legal.
Video on the Internet is about to look a lot better: RealNetworks launches a new version of its RealVideo player today that is expected to make streamed video comparable to broadcast television for…
Satellite radio broadcaster XM Satellite Radio Holdings on Tuesday posted a wider net loss in the first quarter of $112 million, but said that it met subscriber growth expectations, signing up 48,000…
Consumer interest in switching over to broadband has hit an all-time high, according to a new study released by Internet research group Jupiter Media Metrix.
G4, the new Comcast Cable channel built around the culture of vidgames, will paddle onto screens in 3 million homes today with a week of broadcasts of "Pong" matches, in tribute to the vidgame biz's…
Ticketing-services giant Ticketmaster posted a broadened first-quarter loss of $119.7 million despite a 9% surge in revenue, due to an accounting charge, acquisition expenses and continuing startup…
Online music company Tonos Entertainment has upped former Polygram exec Richard Lewis to chief operating officer, reporting to chief exec Justin Herz.