For celebrities who want an official Web site but don't want to set one up for themselves, there's a new option: Celebrityblvd.com. The fledgling Netcaster will launch at the end of this month with a…
Steely Dan's Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, Swedish tunesmith Max Martin, Goo Goo Dolls front man John Rzeznik and EMI Music Publishing garnered top honors at perf-rights org ASCAP's 17th annual Pop…
IWin.com declared game over for several staffers last week, including prexy Dale Hopkins, as the online gaming Web site is reorganizing to cut costs and remain competitive online.
Channel 4 chief exec Michael Jackson has outlined plans for a third company-owned network, the digital and interactive web E4.
New Line and Jersey Films are fast-tracking a project about the movie business scripted by Andrew Niccol, and the studio is negotiating with Al Pacino to star.
Court TV will team up with ESPN to cover the murder trial of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
British video-on-demand operator Yes Television has reportedly abandoned its IPO after investors fled the offering amid a selloff in technology stocks.
Telecommunications groups in Europe are scrambling for the right to set up third-generation, high-speed Internet-access mobile-phone systems, with some, like Vivendi, bowing out from markets where…
Jack Lemmon better clear some space in his trophy case. Ving Rhames has committed to play Johnnie Cochran in "American Tragedy," a CBS mini based on the O.J. Simpson trial.
Ed Masry is joining the lineup of Twentieth Television's upcoming court strip "Power of Attorney."
After the dust settled from NBC's Thursday ratings explosion, the Peacock is left asking itself one simple question: Is it enough? Led by the best ratings ever for "Frasier" and its largest aud on…