digital distribution

  • College Humor’s First Feature-Length Film Coming To iTunes And Other Digital Media Stores July 9

    College Humor’s First Feature-Length Film Coming To iTunes And Other Digital Media Stores July 9

    College Humor is putting out a feature film (via Verge), and it stars a bunch of people you might recognize, including Glenn Howerton (Dennis from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia), Adrianne Palciki (from Friday Night Lights), Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation) and Josh Groban (yeah, the pop opera singer). It’s called Coffee Town, and it’s about a coffee shop aspiring to… Read More

  • Capcom talks PC gaming, digital distribution

    When you think of Capcom, you think of consoles — that’s pretty much a brand they’ve been building up for 20 years. I remember the Capcom logo most prominently in Street Fighter II, as do many in my generation, but since then they’ve moved on into about a billion new markets and franchises. One market they’re still trying to break open is the PC. This interview with… Read More

  • Wal*Mart pulling the plug on their music DRM Server

    6 months after Wal*Mart jumped onto the music peddling party bus back in August of 2007, they decided to make the switch to 100% DRM-free tracks. Awesome, right? Unfortunately, any music purchased during that 6-month window before the switch is still at the mercy of Wal*Mart; if they were to pull the plug on the DRM server, the files would become useless on anything but the computer… Read More

  • Stardock jumps into the digital distribution game

    Digital content distribution is pretty clearly the future. I think we can all agree on that. Stardock doesn’t mention it once in their press release, but Valve’s Steam platform has been instrumental in advancing the industry. Well, Stardock has done pretty well for themselves, especially recently with their Sins of a Solar Empire series, and it looks like they want to get in on… Read More

  • Zeppelin releasing full catalog online

    If I didn’t pirate so much and have every Zep album already, I’d be pretty damned psyched about this news. Seems Page and Plant managed to settle whatever differences they had and are now agreeing to release every Led Zeppelin album online. Think it’s just coming to Apple’s iTunes? Think again. The band is planning on offering digital distribution of its music… Read More