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Universal Music toasts BigChampagne

Instead of turning to Nielsen's SoundScan exclusively to track music consumption online, the top recording company signs long-term deal with BigChampagne.

By August 18, 2009


CNET News Daily Podcast: Sony's smaller, cheaper PS3

We talk to CNET's David Carnoy about the new cheaper, slimmer PlayStation 3, and what it means to release a console months after the high-profile E3 event.

By August 18, 2009


Netflix CEO: DVD subscribers to decline now and forever

Reed Hastings cast a bright light all over the demise of the DVD. No, it isn't news that the film discs are in decline, but it is news that Hastings chose to call attention to it in such a public way.

By January 25, 2012


Will 'Wolverine' benefit from (Bit)Torrent of publicity?

Hollywood has condemned whoever it was who leaked an uncompleted copy of "Wolverine" to the Web. On the eve of the film's debut, the X-Men movie seems to be doing just fine.

By May 1, 2009


FBI makes arrest in 'Wolverine' uploading case

A New York man is charged with copyright infringement nine months after the X-Men movie showed up on the Web before its release to theaters.

By December 16, 2009


How piracy helps the music industry

The music industry is figuring out how to profit from piracy. Maybe software can do the same with open source.

By July 13, 2007


The secret to Imeem's rise: More music

Imeem is starting to stand out from the recent crop of music sites.

By August 11, 2008


One-third of the people reading this are thieves

We are all pirates, suggests a new study. Cause for alarm?

By December 28, 2007


Mark Cuban: Netflix's streaming success unsustainable

HDNet founder says Hollywood unlikely to allow Netflix to offer films on the cheap when the cable companies are willing to pay billions for the privilege.

By May 6, 2010


Why did colleges stay mum on MPAA stats?

For two years, Hollywood painted college students as a thieving band of copyright violators. It turns out the stories of college scofflaws were greatly exaggerated.

By January 25, 2008