Pay TV's had a dirty little secret, but Nielsen will put an end to it in January. That secret: Every time the press reported the rating of a show on HBO, Showtime, Cinemax or TMC, the number included…
Distributor MK2 has a plan to make an "Elephant" disappear. In what could serve as a test-drive solution for U.S. distribs to ponder using in next year's awards season, the Gallic indie is sending…
In an effort to build interest for its upcoming motorcycle racing pic "Torque," Warner Bros. has launched a free Internet game giving players the ability to simulate action sequences from the film.
Walt Disney Internet Group, the Mouse House's online media division, has launched a Web site featuring its content offerings for cellular phone users. DisneyMobile.com includes games, ringtones…
America Online has officially integrated Apple's iTunes Music Store into its AOL Music category, giving members the ability to purchase tracks they read about with a single click.
The fierce battle between RealNetworks and Microsoft for dominance in the growing digital media market moved from the computer to the courtroom last week, as Real filed an antitrust suit against the…
The legal losing streak continued for the music and movie industries Monday when a Norwegian appeals court said 20-year-old Jon Johansen had not broken any laws when he created the DeCSS program for…
In an effort to clean up a host of contentious and embarrassing cross-border disputes and angry shareholder lawsuits, Vivendi Universal is in 11th-hour discussions with the Securities and Exchange…
John Marshall and co-director Claire Ritchie's doc represents some five decades of work to produce a true record of the much-exploited Ju/'hoansi people of Namibia, more commonly known in the West as…
The 2004 Bangkok Film Fest has announced its program of more than 100 films from 40 countries for the Jan. 22-Feb. 2 event.