It's easy to believe that online entertainment is dead, gone and buried when dot-coms have been dropping like flies. But that would mean believing one of the Web's biggest misconceptions.
Sci-fi, fantasy and horror entertainment venture Fandom said Monday that it will shut down its online operations and concentrate on its magazine Cinescape and fan convention organizer Creation…
IBM has pacted with NeTune Communications to help enhance the company's ShowRunner system, a $25 million satellite network offering the film production community a way to send and receive script…
Interactive TV venture Mixed Signals Technologies has tapped Christoph Pachler as chief financial officer and senior veep, while Tim Ordaz has been named veep of product marketing.
No buyer, no business: Television branding and marketing giant Pittard Sullivan abruptly shut its doors last week after failing to find a suitor to take over the flailing operation.
ReelPlay has inked a deal to build an online management tool for 20th Century Fox Television Distribution that will enable the latter to track programming and streamline outbound sales and marketing…
Ed Sullivan is ankling television broadcast design and branding powerhouse Pittard Sullivan after 15 years as CEO and prexy to pursue other endeavors. Move comes as the company is negotiating with…
John Lasseter has reupped with Pixar Animation Studios, inking a 10-year contract to continue overseeing the creative development of films at the studio behind "Toy Story."
Tougher market conditions, as well as the impending writers and actors strikes, have forced Creative Planet to lay off an additional 75 employees. Move comes after the company laid off 70 staffers in…
The TV ratings may have been down, but Web site traffic related to the Academy Awards was up.
TV production company Zoo Prods. has acquired "Dare for Dollars" from shuttered entertainment Web site Z.com. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Zoo plans to continue the popular site in May…