Siggraph '99 closes its digital doors today with many attendees saying the 26th annual week-long computer graphics confab and recruitment fest in L.A. showed little they hadn't seen before.
New Line Cinema is going interactive with its DVDs, establishing partnership deals with Internet companies Uproar.com, Togglethis, Load Media and the Internet Movie Database and vidgame maker…
News Corp., Time Warner, CBS, Disney and other media interests have formed a coalition to take on the makers of personal TV services -- which allow viewers to replay broadcasts and, in some cases…
In its first major product deal since opening shop online last week, CheckOut.com has become one of only three e-tailers selling Force 21, a futuristic war simulation produced by Tom Clancy's Red…
Former Microsoft marketing vet Greg Carpenter has joined 'Netcaster Digital Entertainment Network as chief technology officer. DEN broadcasts shows online to young Internet users.
Sony Corp. said Tuesday it has taken an equity stake in popular urban youth Web site Platform.net and Spanish-language site Yupi.com to expand the reach of its film and music brands online.
Comic book giant Marvel Entertainment has reported a second-quarter net loss of $11 million, compared to a profit of $3 million last year. Overall company sales, driven by its licensing and…
SGI, a major supplier of hardware to Hollywood's visual f/x industry, said Tuesday it will cut 17% of its work force and spin off several divisions to focus on fewer industry segments, stem costly…
Former NBC Entertainment prexy Warren Littlefield and Warner Bros. Television executive veep Craig Hunegs have joined AtomFilms' corporate advisory board.
Tech-savvy players in the computer graphics world converge today at Siggraph '99, a three-day confab at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Tektronix Inc., the broadcast television technology developer, on Monday said it plans to sell its video content production business to the Grass Valley Group Inc., a California-based investment…