Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Site created by NBC Universal and News Corp. to debut Wednesday with shows from more than 50 TV networks, cable stations, and movie studios.
CNET editor Jasmine France expounds why she is all wrapped-up in Rhapsody.
Oxford University Press bigwig Evan Schnittman has predicted that ebooks will never take off -- because if they did, the publishing industry would be screwed
Lulu.com said Wednesday that it has filed suit against Hulu.com for trademark infringement.
Now you can see which of your friends spend their entire workdays watching The Daily Show clips on the video-sharing site.
I say, I say, I say, TwitterTitters is a new book aimed at raising money for Comic Relief, and will consist of comical contributions from Twitter users
Lulu TV is a new video hosting service that promises 80/20 revenue sharing. What's the catch? A $15-per-month subscription fee.
RedLasso aggregates clips from TV shows so users can pick out the clips they want. Problem is the company hasn't gotten permission.
Studios are opening their arms to technology start-ups, but can the two sides get past copyright issues as well as other differences?