As competition in the CD-ROM marketplace heats up, strategic alliances are becoming increasingly critical, according to industry executives at the Intermedia conference here.
Are there video stores in CD-ROM's future? While some distributors and retailers are convinced the country's 27,000 video stores with their 50 million weekly customers will soon be a major outlet for…
The young computer-graphic artist in the multimedia authoring lab is feverishly sketching out a grotesque monster, then transfering the image to a computer screen where it roars vividly to life via…
As the multimedia tribe gathers for the annual Intermedia conference and exposition in San Jose this week, there will be much to celebrate -- and to question.
Now that retail sales of CD-ROM titles have begun to take off, publishers, distributors and retailers are intensifying their turf war for an increasingly lucrative -- and crowded -- new market.
Blockbuster is extending the closely watched CD-ROM trial period in its San Francisco Bay Area stores through June 31.
Philips New Media is serving notice that it will do what it takes to become "a very serious player" in the fast-growing, volatile interactive multimedia business.
Seemingly ubiquitous comedian Jerry Seinfeld is looking to conquer yet another medium -- interactive multimedia on CD-ROM.
Sales of CD-ROM disks to consumers will continue to accelerate, according to industry experts at the annual CD-ROM Expo, but they caution that CD-ROMs may never be more than a niche market -- albeit…