• Films Fuel Lionsgate’s Revenue Rise

    Theatrical, home-video units help company to 8 percent gain.

  • ‘Abbey Road’ Is Beatles’ First Digital Album

    “All You Need Is Love” will be first single released digitally.

    ‘Abbey Road’ Is Beatles’ First Digital Album
  • Chase Carey: A Career in Media and Entertainment

    A Career History for Chase Carey:   Director and President and Chief Executive Officer of DirecTV since December 2003.   Director of News Corporation from November 2004 until December 2007, and as Executive Director of The News Corporation Limited (the prior parent of the News Corporation group of companies), or TNCL, from 1996 until November…

  • Carey to Replace Chernin as Murdoch’s No. 2

    Carey is said to be interested in returning to a company that was once his home

  • Video: Mike Wesch Talks to Hollywood About YouTube

    Cultural anthropologist addressed a packed room at the home of Peter Guber for a special Wrap event on Thursday night.

  • Next From Google: the ‘Email of the Future’

    Google Wave will blend e-mail, instant messaging and photo sharing into one inbox.

    Next From Google: the ‘Email of the Future’
  • YouTube Is Changing the Way We See Each Other — and Ourselves

    Watching online videos is not as isolating as you think; in fact, it’s enabling a whole new way of becoming connected.

  • Is Texting a Menace to the Nation’s Youth?

    “Excessive texting” is the latest alarming teenage trend that the New York Times is onto. Readers have kept a story headlined “Texting May Be Taking a Toll” high on the Times’ Most Read list for three days now.   If you’re looking for the kind of story newspaper editors love, you can never fail with…

  • Time Warner Dumps Albatross AOL

    Tim Armstrong, the former Google ad exec who was hired in March, will run America Online as a separate company.

    Time Warner Dumps Albatross AOL
  • Rupert Murdoch, BeeGee!

    Mr. News Corp took the stage Tuesday evening to open the seventh edition of the D: All Things Digital conference — to the strains of “Stayin’ Alive.”

  • Bartz: Yahoo, Microsoft Still Talking Search

    But, says Yahoo’s CEO at the AllThingsD conference, it will take “big boatloads of money.”

    Bartz: Yahoo, Microsoft Still Talking Search
  • AllThingsD: Homeys on the Digital Frontier

    CARLSBAD, Calif. — The AllThingsD conference, now in its seventh year, has earned a reputation for bringing the top minds, trends, entrepreneurs and ideas together for a couple of sun-kissed days north of San Diego. That’s the myth. Here’s the reality: Um, they really do. (Except there’s no sun to speak of at this time…

  • Hollywood: Not Obama’s Kind of Town

    Call it a tale of two types of towns. Barack Obama’s appearance in Las Vegas Tuesday night at a Caesar’s Palace fundraiser that brought in $2 million for incumbent Harry Reid saw the President share billing with Bette Midler and Sheryl Crow. Wednesday night, the leader of the Free World broke bread with the likes…

  • John Malone: People Will Pay for Quality Content

    There’s a reason John Malone is one of the richest guys on the planet. Talking to Walt Mossberg at the AllThingsD conference in Carlsbad today, the cable billionaire suggested that the future of media consumption is going to involve payment, much like the pay-TV model of a generation ago that complicated the world for the comfy…

  • Twitter: We’re Not Making a Celeb-Stalking TV Show!

    Is Twitter turning on the very celebrities that have made the little, revenue-free web company into an outsized cultural and business-world presence?   It sure seemed that way, after Variety reported Monday that Twitter has partnered with Reveille and Brillstein Entertainment to "develop an unscripted TV series described as putting ordinary people on the trail…