XM Satellite Radio breathed a sigh of relief Sunday, as it successfully launched the first of its two planned satellites into space.
Despite the recent dot-com downturn, online entertainment Netcaster Heavy.com has inked a syndication deal with Warner Bros. Online for the exclusive rights to its "Sabotage News Network" and…
Gen Y entertainment venture Alloy Online said Thursday it's one step closer to recording its first profitable year in 2001. Company reported a surge in fourth quarter earnings of $42.5 million, up…
The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences has tapped charter member Paul Provenzano as prexy and executive director of the professional academy of the entertainment software industry.
Despite winning an Oscar for its visuals in "The Matrix," Manex Entertainment needs a kung-fu fighting superhero to win any chance of working on Warner Bros.' upcoming sequels for the film.
The Internet has gone legit, and theater producers are embracing Web sites as an efficient way to market and sell tickets to their extravaganzas.
AOL Time Warner has invested $5 million in GoldPocket Interactive, a Massachusetts-based interactive TV technology developer that the media conglom plans to use to beef up its television offerings.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences made history by awarding the first Oscar ever to the makers of a computer software program at its recent Scientific & Technical Achievement Awards gala.
Wink Communications has expanded its relationship with TBS, inking a two-year deal to create interactive versions of CNN, CNN Headline News, TBS Superstation and Turner Network Television.
GoTo.com, the company that once sued the Mouse House because its Go.com traffic light logo was too similar to its own, is now Disney's primary search engine on the struggling Web portal.
Wireless streaming-video company PacketVideo became $100 million richer Monday after getting a round of funding from companies including phone makers Kyocera, Motorola and Siemens.