Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom is having an interesting day. Just as he writes an open letter to Hollywood declaring his innocence, the New Zealand judge in charge of his extradition hearings steps down after calling the United States "the enemy."
TiVo has purchase metric tracking company - and former partner - TRA Inc., creating a system that will not only track what you watch, but also what you buy, giving advertisers and broadcasters a better idea of who's the best target audience for what product.
Apparently, the Europeans really don't want to be forced to use Microsoft Internet Explorer, even just for the one time it would take them to download Firefox or Chrome. Microsoft is facing the possibility of sanctions after mistakenly failing to offer Windows…
The ANA has released its annual Digital and Social Media Survey, and even though ad spending is up in both metrics, the push may be on the identify what is the most - and the least - successful way of getting customers' attentions. Bad news for Facebook…
If you've received one of the many links to the protest slogans on Shell's Arctic Ready social media contest to suggest a new ad campaign, here's a spoiler for you (literally): It's all a big joke.
It's not just 50 Shades of Grey itself that's benefited from the buzz around the series of former Twilight fanfiction books; parodies of the series are making their way up digital sales charts.
AMC and related channels have been missing from Dish Network since July 1 as part of a conflict over how much the cable carrier should pay for AMC content. In order to win over viewers to its side, AMC is making the new season of "Breaking Bad" available for…
Marvel and DC, your days are numbered: Crowdfunding site Kickstarter has become one of the top 5 comic book publishers in America according to Publishers Weekly, and it's not even a publisher.
Viacom has removed access to full streaming episodes of hit shows from the Internet in an attempt to increase pressure on DirecTV in the current struggle between the two companies.
The Huffington Post is preparing to launch a new streaming video service that'll summarize the most exciting parts of the existing HuffPo empire and serve it up with a smile... but it needs your help in order to make it happen.