The NPD Group announced it reckons that Apple iTunes dominates the Internet video market, with Amazon and Xbox Video pulling up the rear.
The NPD Group announced it reckons that sales of Blu-ray Discs and DVDs remain the largest source of revenue for the movie industry.
Yamaha Corporation of America announced its new CD-N500 network CD player ($799.95).
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced its new Digital HD movie download and streaming initiative.
The Nielsen Company announced its latest survey of U.S. consumers suggests that more teens listen to music through YouTube than through any other source, followed by radio, iTunes and CDs.
Amazon.com announced that it has updated its Cloud Player audio service to include scan and match technology as well as other improvements.
Consumer Reports announced a survey of its online subscribers suggests that while Netflix may offer the most popular streaming video service around, it falls behind other alternatives when it comes to overall satisfaction.
Mozaex announced its new Chroma series of multi-room entertainment servers that support iTunes, VUDU (UltraViolet) and Blu-ray Disc (BD) movies.
IHS announced it reckons that Netflix surged past Apple to become the largest U.S. online movie service in 2011.
IHS announced it reckons that Americans will pay to view more movies online in 2012 than they will on physical video formats, marking the first year that legal, Internet-delivered movie consumption will outstrip that of DVDs and Blu-ray discs combined.
Apple announced its next generation Apple TV, which can receive and display 1080p HD programming from iTunes, Netflix, Vimeo and more.
Apple announced that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners have downloaded more than 25 billion apps from its App Store since launching less than four years ago.
IFPI announced that it has released the 2012 edition of its yearly Digital Music Report.
The British Recorded Music Industry (BPI) announced that CDs remained the preferred format for UK album buyers in 2011.