Piracy by the Numbers
Figures don't lie. Here's why Internet Theft constitutes a critical problem for the industry.
Based on his recent book, Free Ride, author Robert Levine explains why it may soon become easier for consumers to buy content on the Internet than steal it.
We asked a writer to search the Web and report on how shockingly easy it is to find illegal films. They could even be yours.
Internet theft has clearly had a serious economic impact on mid-budget and large studio movies, but it’s independent films that may be damaged the most.
Cloud computing presents an encouraging new business model for the entertainment industry, but it will require vigilance to protect intellectual property and compensation.
In July, U.S. Immigration and Customs agents seized seven major websites. Here’s the blow-by-blow account of how it went down.
Internet theft is a global problem. Some European countries have responded with innovative laws that could become the model for fighting international piracy.
Anne Sweeney, co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney-ABC Television Group, says we live in challenging times. That's why she's excited to come to work every day.
Peter Cowie celebrates Kurosawa's centenary with this exquisitely packaged, image-laden homage to the writer-director and his work.
Vincente Minnelli was a contradictory man, says Mark Griffin in his enlightening new biography of the director.
Gene D. Phillips’ Some Like It Wilder is a critical-historical biography, with Wilder’s work very much taking primacy over his personal life.
Edward Jay Epstein's The Hollywood Economist proves a more reader-friendly follow-up to his previous book on film economics, The Big Picture.
More and more new devices are speeding the movement of content from your computer to your TV set. Has the wave of the future finally arrived?