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YouTube and Warner split

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Today marked the start of something that could potentially be crippling to YouTubes new revenue endorsements. YouTube and Warner Music failed to reach an agreement to keep their content on the most popular video...

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Time Warner Cable will experiment with a new pricing structure for high-speed Internet access later this year, charging customers based on how much data they download, a company spokesman said Wednesday. The company, the second-largest...

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In response to consumer demand, Warner Bros. Entertainment stated today in a press release that it will release its high-definition DVD titles exclusively in the Blu-ray disc format beginning later this year. The announcement was...

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In response to rumours whispered by members of the Blu-ray camp, Warner Home Video announced that it will not be ditching HD DVD for Blu-ray. Warner Brothers is currently the only major studio to support...

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Warner Bros. home entertainment division on Thursday said it would buy United Kingdom-based game publisher TT Games, the business behind the Lego Star Wars series. Financial terms of the deal, which is subject to regulatory...

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To combat movie piracy in the Asian Pacific countries, Warner Bros. announced plans to launch a new movie download service dubbed 08Media in Hong Kong. ViDeOnline Communications will offer the service initially with 100 titles...

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Michael Robertson, founder of MP3.com, has launched a new music download service that sells DRM-free albums (no singles) in the MP3 format, but Warner Music Group is not happy about it. AnywhereCD currently offers a...

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After Steve Jobs wrote that music companies should abandon digital copy protection, Warner Music chief Edgar Bronfman called on Apple to open up its iTunes software to other forms of DRM: "DRM and interoperability are...

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Warner Music plans to release music albums on DVD discs that are laden with extras, including versions of the song as iTunes files. The Wall Street Journal explains that Warner and Apple are close to...

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Warner Bros. to sell movies online

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The movie giants have announced a service called In2Movies, which will distribute movies via peer to peer technology not too dissimilar to the methods used by illegal file sharers. ...

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Warner Music Group Corp. has been subpoenaed by the New York Attorney General in connection with an ongoing antitrust investigation into the pricing of digital music downloads, the company said in a securities filing on...

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Time Warner Cable has struck a deal with privately owned BIAP that will allow cable customers to make Internet auction bids through eBay on their television. Time Warner Cable digital subscribers in the Austin, Texas,...

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French technology company Thomson SA said Monday it was joining Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc."s proposed venture to make anti-piracy software, a move that could relieve European Union concerns about the pending deal. In...

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The European Commission plans to send formal charges to Microsoft and Time Warner next week, listing objections to their takeover of ContentGuard Holdings, a source close to the situation said on Friday. ...

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Media giant Warner Bros. today announced that it has acquired developer Monolith Productions, according to various news reports. Monolith, best known for its work on Tron 2.0, The Matrix Online, and the No One Lives...

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Its no secret that Time Warner has been loosing money ever since it merged with AOL in 2001. Now Time Warner is determining whether or not America Online improperly accounted for losses at its...

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Former publisher Ubisoft gets prominent billing in recent DVD release; reissue on the way. Yesterday, Warner Bros. released the DVD version of The Matrix Revolutions. Included in the discs assortment of previously...

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Report: Time Warner may drop AOL

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Time Warner Inc. is looking at different options for America Online, including the possible sale, spin-off or reorganization of the Internet service provider, according to a published report. The New York Post...

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AOL Time Warner Chief Executive Richard Parsons consolidated his power atop the worlds biggest media company today, as the corporations board of directors unanimously elected him to begin serving as chairman once Steve Cases resignation...

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