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Macrovision Announces Media Recognition Software    28 Aug, 2008

News By: Billy Gil

Macrovision Solutions, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based company devoted to digital media management, has...More>>

DreamWorks Offers 'Tropic Thunder' Featurette on iTunes    27 Aug, 2008

News By: Billy Gil

DreamWorks Pictures is offering Rain of Madness, a mockumentary on the fake movie Tropic Thunder...More>>

Lionsgate Bows 'Hundreds of Movies' on Jaman.com    26 Aug, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Lionsgate continues its aggressive digital distribution effort with the announcement it is offering...More>>

Vudu Lays Off Staff, Hires CFO    25 Aug, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Broadband movie delivery service Vudu has terminated nearly 20% of its 100-person staff, including...More>>

My Damn Channel Gets Yahoo! Network    25 Aug, 2008

News By: Billy Gil

My Damn Channel (www.MyDamnChannel.com), an online entertainment studio featuring original content...More>>

Universal Bows DVD Sneak Peeks to Mobile Phones    21 Aug, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Universal Studios Home Entertainment (USHE) has begun offering clips and select bonus material to...More>>

iTunes Ups 'Image'    21 Aug, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Image Entertainment Aug. 21 took a giant leap forward in digital distribution after inking a deal...More>>

Intel, Yahoo to Bow 'Widget TV'    20 Aug, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Intel and Yahoo Aug. 20 said they are working together to produce Web-based technology that bridges...More>>

PlayOn Software to Connect Web Video to CE Devices    20 Aug, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

A new software service is giving PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and HP MediaSmart TV owners a way to watch...More>>

Comcast to Restrict Heavy Internet Users    20 Aug, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

In response to demands by the Federal Communications Commission, Comcast Corp. will slow the...More>>