Digital cinema aggregator Cinedigm has tapped Dan Sherlock as prexy of Cinedigm Software, a division of the company that provides digital software systems to exhibitors and distributors.
There may be no better sign that there's a hot Internet sector brewing than Peter Chernin choosing to invest there -- repeatedly. The savvy mogul is clearly placing his bet on the leading video…
The indignant email from Media Matters for America momentarily sounded like it must have come from the Onion: "Study: Kardashians Get 40 Times More News Coverage Than Ocean Acidification."
Forging a new force in digital music distribution for independent labels and wholesalers, aggregators the Orchard and IODA (the Independent Online Distribution Alliance) are merging.
Warner Bros. Television Group and ABC have struck a deal that will likely be the first in a series between the studio and all the broadcasters rearranging the traditional rights in syndication and…
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U.S. investment outfit Criterion Capital Partners are believed to be close to purchasing struggling British online TV service SeeSaw, which had been due to close following sustained losses.
As studios and content providers grapple with shifts in windowing, independent producers may have an opportunity to benefit from the changing models.
Web video is all around, but business model is elusive.
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