Family-oriented Pax Net and the WB TV Network have signed separate network carriage agreements with John Malone's TCI, the giant cable operator.
Show business in general -- and the music business in particular -- scored a major victory Thursday in efforts to protect copyrights on the Internet, via the approval of a new bill that would…
Japanese electronics companies will step up overseas marketing campaigns for digital videodisc (DVD) players in order to find new markets for the pricey machines, which have not been selling well at…
Paramount Home Video has announced its entrance into the DVD market and expects to begin releasing DVD titles later this year.
The consumer electronics industry is claiming the entertainment biz is trying to outlaw VCRs and home computers. The entertainment industry says the electronics companies care more about protecting…
The impact of digital services on Europe could create a $55 billion subscription TV sector by 2006, nearly five times that of 1997's $12 billion in revenues. That's the conclusion of a just released…
Toyota, Toshiba and Fujitsu said Monday they plan to develop a satellite broadcasting service for moving vehicles that will allow users to receive video programming, sound and data in their cars.
NTL, the U.K.'s third-largest cable operator, is planning to offer digital terrestrial television, Internet services and telephony in a single rental package, removing the need for British consumers…
In a grand gesture that cablers hope dispels the notion that their industry will try to derail the digital TV age, Time Warner and TCI made a very public promise to Congress Thursday that they would…
Public broadcasters have asked Congress for a $50 million installment on what they hope will eventually be a $450 million subsidy to make the transition to digital television.
The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is wading into the fray between British Digital Broadcasting and British Sky Broadcasting over the standardization of set-top digital technology.