Larry Wangberg has stepped down as chairman and CEO of cabler TechTV to pursue other interests in the cable TV world.
Picture PipeLine has inked a deal with Panavision to offer its digital network to film and television productions at various worldwide locations run by the camera maker.
Bernard Stolar has been tapped prexy and chief operating officer of vidgame publisher BAM Entertainment, which recently has focused on developing several titles based on movie and TV properties.
Film/television business software developer Creative Planet has upped prexy Kelyn Brannon-Ahn to CEO, replacing founder Allen DeBevoise, who retains the title of chairman.
Microsoft's UltimateTV division is going under the knife, with one-third of its 500 staffers receiving pinkslips Tuesday and other employees being reassigned to the software giant's television or…
Stephen Nakamura has joined Technique as senior digital film colorist, bringing with him Columbia thriller "The Panic Room" as one of the digital mastering facility's first studio clients.
In hopes of releasing several games around Universal Pictures' summer 2003 tentpole "The Hulk," Universal Interactive has acquired the gaming rights to Marvel Enterprise's angry green Incredible Hulk…
Online research service ComScore Networks said Wednesday that e-commerce sales at domestic online retailers surged to $53 billion during 2001, representing a 20% boost over the previous year.
Yahoo! prexy and chief operating officer Jeff Mallett said Wednesday that he will resign from the Internet portal giant in April.
Video and computer games publisher Activision said Monday that it will acquire Gray Matter Interactive Studios, best known for creating the current hit PC game "Return to Castle Wolfenstein."